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DotA 2 Round up
Written by   - Tuesday, 31 January 2012  (1 Comments )

A lot has happened since Valve announced DotA 2 and the tournament that would change some people's lives, specially the ones that won the million dollar prize. Nowadays things keep on happening in the DotA 2 community with teams changing players, others changing name and unfortunately, some falling down. But the tournaments are increasing in numbers and today we will bring you a round up of all these things.


DotA 2

Starting with teams and SK-Gaming, the organization has released its DotA 2 team, formerly known as Monkey Business. The reasons for this move aren't very clear, but the fact that "it is hard to see where dota2 is going and it is still in the beta version" led to a "so we couldn't find an agreement between both parties". The team finished Dreamhack Winter in the 3rd place. Here is the last team formation:

Martin "AngeL" Olsen

Sylvester "Link" Hoelgaard

Brian "MaNia" Strandby

Mikkel "miGGel" Berg

Christoffer Borregaard "Ryze" Winther


The Nirvana.MSI DotA 2 team has come to an end, with the organization announcing that their well known and famous players are being released from duty, as the Nirvana electronic sports club officially disbanded. Lately the team's performance was not ideal, coupled with external pressures and challenges, so they ultimately dissolved, with the following players being homeless:







On the side of the good news, the Infused Cup reached the end and Fire are the great winners, beating Absolute Legends with a 02:01 score at the grand final. Dignitas got the third position after losing 01:02 vs  Fire at the consolation final. Here are the final standings:


1. Fire (5 x Club3D Radeon HD 6850 Graphics Card, 5x Shock Spin HD Headset, 5 x Theron Mouse, 5 x White-Ra Mousepad)

2. Absolute Legends (5 x Shock Headset, 5 x Black M ouse, 5x Conkor Mousepad)

3. Dignitas (5 x Azures Mini Mouse, 5 x Dasher Mousepad, 5 x Battle Dragon Bag)


Moving to Dota2Replays Brawl, a tournament with a prize pool of more than $6 000 in cash and some stuff from sponsors, mousesports has won the second qualifier beating NEXT in the final, going directly into the final four where they will have the chance to compete for a $4 000 first place prize. They will be joining Absolute Legends that won the first qualifier after some drama at the final vs Fire, and a decision from the organizers regarding an abuse from the North American team, giving the victory and the qualification to the Australians.

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