It isn’t easy being a wild card team. Just a few games can mean the difference between walking away from The International with over $100,000 in guaranteed prize money or none at all. Thankfully for Max “qojqva” Bröcker of Escape Gaming, his team was triumphant over compLexity and Execration, and Escape will play on the main stage today.
Team Liquid was one of the teams invited to The International 2016 for good reason.
David “Moo” Hull, the lone American on Digital Chaos’ roster, is soft spoken and reserved when I meet him.
It’s no secret that the life of a caster in any esport isn’t easy.
As the biggest and best Dota 2 event of the year draws ever closer, newcomers and hardcore fans alike will be tuning in to watch the action unfold live.
The International 6 will be unlike any other in Dota 2 history.
Dota 2 is a unique game and scene
There was always something special about the first iterations of Jacky “EternaLEnVy“ Mao’s teams, from Kaipi to RattleSnake to Speed to Cloud9. They were never the best, and out of 11 title challenges they only won one in any iteration, the one being MLG Columbus 2013.
The International 6 talent invites have finally been revealed, and with them comes the inevitable arguments about who should or should not have received them.
In many ways, the creation of Team Secret marks the origins of modern Dota 2. Not in terms of gameplay or meta, but in terms of the change in team management.