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It was a massive win for the SEA-based Dota 2 team. Astounding fans and competitors alike, T1 clutched 3rd in the 2nd major of the year, just barely behind Evil Geniuses and PSG.LGD.
Some call him Dota's prodigal son while others refer to him as the Lord of Offlaners. Most people just refer to him as God. Whatever your allegiance (here's looking at you SECRET and OG), you’ve got to admit — Daryl "iceiceice" Koh Pei Xiang is a class above the rest.
She looks like Thor, has a hammer like Thor and even has hair like the Asgardian god. But Dota’s 2 newest melee hero Dawnbreaker is not a solo hero like the son of Odin is portrayed in comics. No, she’s a unique blend of toughness and support, with plenty of utility on the battlefield.
It started out threatening to end before it even began. But end, it did: the ONE Esports Singapore Major concluded with a bang as dark horse Invictus Gaming (IG) pulled off a stunning comeback against favourites Evil Geniuses (EG) to claim the Major.
After a year’s break, the world’s richest esports tournament is just weeks away. And with a record US$40 million prize purse on offer, there is much to be excited about ahead of The International 10 (TI10) opener on October 7 in Bucharest, Romania.
Surprise package Boom Esports clinched the top spot in a hotly contested Southeast league of the Dota 2 Pro Circuit, besting favourites T1 en route to the title.
With Southeast Asia teams like T1 and Fnatic set to feature among the 18 contenders for TI10, SEA pride is strong among this region’s Dota 2 fans. The likes of Indonesia’s Kenny “Xepher” Deo and Singapore’s Daryl “iceiceice” Koh will be among a group of at least 10 SEA players - with the rest others hailing from the Philippines, Malaysia and Thailand - to feature in the October 7-17 event in Romania.
10 Kills. 10 Buybacks. The hits just kept coming and going. Both T1 and PSG.LGD demonstrate why they’re the best of the best. Relive this epic face-off between them in Game 2! Many have already hailed it as a must-watch, ICONIC moment in Dota 2 gaming. T1 proved to hold their own against the favourites PSG.LGD. And PSG.LGD show what makes them almo