In dominating style, Invictus Gaming defeated TongFu win the Sina Cup. With this win, iG take the top prize of 18.000 RMB (around $2,950), while TongFu have to settle for 6,000 RMB (around $1,000). In third place, LGD.cn take home 3,000 RMB (around $500).
It was interesting to see how iG would fare with their [..]
Invictus Gaming have announced the members of their official Dota 2 squad. There has been much controversy and player swapping in the Chinese scene of late, and it was only recently that iG said goodbye to former carry player, Zhou.
Invictus Gaming had this to say on their Facebook:
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Former Invictus Gaming player Yao 'Zhou' Chen has found a new team just days after being booted. He will take up residence in TongFu while Zhi Hao 'Hao' Chen will move over to Invictus Gaming; essentially a player swap.
The announcement was made on iG's Weibo account, [..]
The team shuffling just keeps on going in the Chinese scene, as Zhou leaves Invictus Gaming. After two long years in iG, Zhou has been kicked from the team due to the team's poor performance during the last few months. It is rumored that Hao might replace him.
Posted on Weibo, Yao 'Zhou' Chen revealed [..]
Zhi Lei 'BurNing' Xu has found himself all alone in Team DK, as rOtK, Super, QQQ and MMY!! are all out of the team. This leaves the carry player in need of four new players to fill up the empty spots.
Both teams established defensive trilanes with the intention of succeeding in their respective strengths: Liquid's power to overtake the map with their devious Wisp/Ursa combo and MUFC's power to push with Ling's edict, T.F.G's treants and the staying power brought by dabeliuteef's Omni. [..]
In the epic saga of the Tactical Pause, a new chapter has been written. With game admin Finol's controversial pause in iG versus Alliance, we are reminded that tournaments still have minimal guidelines to handle potentially game changing events.
Today's match between Xiao Peng You and Rattlesnake saw the completion of the group stages for the RedBull ECL in China. 12 teams entered, but 8 continue into the quarterfinals.
The teams competing for the 100,000 yuan top prize are:
Alienware has just announced their Alienware Cup Tournament, which will feature a $60,000 prizepool and a clash between nine teams from the East and fan-favorites Na'Vi from the West. The tournament will begin on Sunday, June 16th and run until July 5th. The Grand Final will take place on July 7th.
After two days of action, the group stage of the G-1 Champions League LAN Finals is over and the playoff brackets are ready for action later today.
Alliance ended up winning the round robin, best of one stage, winning all five of their games to secure their ticket to the grand finals. LGD China, Orange Esports and Team [..]