Fire Dragoon is a local e-sports team that has making names here in Malaysia. Their Dota 2 team managed to reached 6th for the Boston Major SEA Qualifiers and finished third in last year’s UMobile GameOnz MSI MGA Dota 2 Tournament. Their League Of Legends squad is now in the top 4 in the Malaysia’s equivalent to the LCS- The Legends Circuit hosted by Garena. They also once had one of the strongest CS:GO roster in Malaysia.
Last Sunday saw Fire Dragoon fully committed into the business of building an e-sports team by launching their office and announcing a partnership with TteSports, the gaming brand for hardware manufacturer Thermaltake.
“e-Sports has [...]
Mineski is known to have field mostly players from the Philippines, its main region, for their main Dota 2 roster. But today marks a change with this direction as they signed former Fnatic player Mushi to take the charge of a completely new roster.
Mushi was part of Fnatic in their incredible 4th place finish in last year’s The International, but ever since that the roster struggled to find a rhythm, which led to Mushi to bow out. This marks the end of an era for Fnatic, as only Ohaiyo is left in the original roster, with the rest seeking better pastures.
The new team roster for Mineski will be revealed in the coming weeks. As for now we know that Mushi will be [...]
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—————————- Weekly Vault #3: —————————- Gone gold! A term that usually used for any games that managed to complete early than the actual launching date. Congratz to Nioh team!
Also, matchmaking in Dota 2 had been fixed! Thanks Valve! No more hard time to communicate in a foreign language!
After months and months of griping, and an excessive number of Reddit strings to monitor, Valve has at last, listened to the greater part of the protestations and rolled out an enormous improvement to the matchmaking rationale.
Without precedent for Dota 2, the matchmaking rationale will now consider geological separation when attempting to discover players for your group. The criteria will no longer exclusively be founded on your MMR.
This change was brought on by the endless grievances from the Dota groups of not having the capacity to discover chemistry with individuals who talked a similar dialect. This issue was progressively predominant on the US East servers, [...]
MVP Phoenix, exceedingly viewed as the best South Korean Dota 2 group ever, has authoritatively disbanded.
Bolster player Kim “Dubu” Doo-young was the first to go separate ways with the program on January 1, taking after a grievous execution at the Boston Major in December where MVP Phoenix was set last. From that point forward, the staying four players: Lee “Forev” Sang-don, Kim “QO” Seon-yeob, Kim “Velo” Tae-sung, and Kim “Febby” Yong-min, have likewise left the group.
Farewell to @QOdota @Velodota2 @Febbydota @DubuDota #ForevThank you for great service in our team. We hope best wishes [...]
Only a week into 2017, Digital Chaos demonstrated that their greatest days are still ahead to dominate as the front of the rest of the competition at the ESL One Genting occasion and making it their first huge competition win since turning into a Dota 2 group in 2015.
In the wake of conquering the second place at TI6 last August, the Esport’s greatest event of 2016, the cloth label band of oddballs vanquished rivals Newbee 3-2 in the marvelous finals in Malaysia. The best-of-five arrangement was extreme battled, strategical retreatment and advancement made between both groups until DC figured out how to neutralize Newbee’s ability with the persuasion of battles in [...]