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Round up from TI3 Eastern Qualifiers

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The short version of the story is that LGD Gaming won the Eastern Qualifier and will get going to Seattle to compete in The International 3 (TI3).  RaTtLeSnAkE will have to face off against DD.Dota for the Wildcard spot.  So what happened?

Vici Gaming went up against RaTtLeSnAkE but was beaten 2-1.  This meant that LGD Gaming (who had defeated Rising Stars 2-1) went against RaTtLeSnAkE in the final.  There LGD Gaming completely dominated, winning 3-0 and earning their seat in Seattle.  If you would like to see the detailed stats, you can check out Dota academy.  

We haven’t even entered into TI3, yet the compendium is at $2.2 million. The next reach goal is within sight; only about 73.2k people need to sign on for the compendium.  This may sound like a lot, but considering the speed with which the compendium has grown, this could very well happen.  

Have you been following the games?  Who are you rooting for at TI3?

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Last Updated: May 31, 2013


  1. Gerhard Davids

    May 31, 2013 at 13:15

    LGD.cn or TongFu for me.
    I have a soft spot those team although there is some serious competition in TI3.
    I think it’s going to be amazing!


  2. frikkenator

    May 31, 2013 at 13:28

    My money is on Alliance. If they can keep playing the way they are now I don’t think they’ll be beaten.


  3. hairyknees

    May 31, 2013 at 23:48

    Vici letting me down :< I had LGD for first and Vici for second 😛


  4. CrasH

    June 3, 2013 at 11:59

    Always like NTH or Alliance as they are now known, so hoping they go far and hoping Navi gets an early exit… Cause they are good but only 2 of the core player left as the others got kicked, but besides that, think they can be overrated.


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