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B8 replace Royal Never Give Up at WePlay! Dota 2 Tug of War: Mad Moon

February 16, 2020

Due to a delay in the Chinese qualifiers for the ESL One Los Angeles Dota 2 Major, Royal Never Give Up could not compete at WePlay! Dota 2 Tug of War: Mad Moon, forcing the tournament organizer to find a replacement.

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RAMZEs will play for Virtus Pro as a standin at Parimatch League Season 2

February 15, 2020

Evil Geniuses player Roman RAMZEs Kushnaryov will play for Virtus Pro as a stand-in at Parimatch Dota 2 League Season 2. He will temporarily replace Zaur Cooman Shakhmurzaev.

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TNC Predator eliminated from qualifiers, misses third round of DPC tournaments

February 14, 2020

The Southeast Asian giants have been felled at their second hurdle of the Dota 2 qualifiers. TNC Predator lost their matchup against Reality Rift in the StarLadder ImbaTV Minor qualifiers earlier today and have been eliminated.

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Aggressive Mode left the StarLadder ImbaTV Dota 2 Minor Season 3 qualification

February 13, 2020

Aggressive Mode lost to Nigma in the first round of the lower bracket of the closed qualification at StarLadder ImbaTV Dota 2 Minor Season 3. Ilya Lil Ilyuk's team lost 0:2 and left qualifiers.

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Virtus Pro Qualified for the ESL Los Angeles Major

February 12, 2020

Virtus pro beats HellRaisers in the finals of the closed qualification match for the ESL One Los Angeles 2020. Alexey Solo Berezin's team won 2-0 and earned the last slot for the CIS in the major.

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Another Dota 2 ban wave hits 40,000 accounts for abusing the matchmaking system

February 11, 2020

Dota 2 has been dealing with matchmaking issues for a long time, but Valve has been taking more steps over the last year to try and improve it by making sure players are playing the game the right way and not abusing the system.

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Nigma fail to qualify for a Major again

February 10, 2020

Nigma is the first high-profile victim of one of the most stacked Dota 2 closed qualifiers in recent memory. ESL One Los Angeles Major’s European qualifiers contained the three most recent International winners (OG twice and Nigma), the most recent Major winner (Secret with their Leipzig Major championship) and two of the top-six placing teams at the Leipzig Major (Alliance and Liquid).

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OG, OG.Seed qualify for the ESL One Los Angeles Major closed qualifiers

February 9, 2020

To no one’s surprise, OG faced little to no challenge at the ESL One Los Angeles Major open qualifiers and swept the competition. Not only did the defending International champions make it in with their new Dota 2 roster, but the team’s secondary roster OG.Seed also qualified.

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30 teams allegedly removed from ESL One Los Angeles Major open qualifiers in South America

February 8, 2020

ESL locked around 30 teams out of the check-in process for the South American open qualifiers for the ESL One Los Angeles Major, pulling them out of the bracket after claiming they were “not registered in the DPC (Dota Pro Circuit) this year,” according to one player who claims to have signed up with their team to compete in the SA open qualifiers,

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Dendi announced the roster of his new ogranization

February 6, 2020

All good things must come to an end. Not quite yet for Danil “Dendi” Ishutin, however. Being one of the first winners of The International in 2011, Dendi’s charm and fun-loving personality saw him shot to superstardom as one of Dota 2‘s premier talents in the early days.

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