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    Dota 2 – The Weekly CourierChongqing Major Enters Its Final Days, Stockholm Major Qualifier Teams Announced, and Team Tigers Shuffles Roster

    Chongqing Major Enters Its Final Days

    After just one day of the playoffs, Virtus.Pro has already secured themselves a TI9 invite based on their KL Major victory and their guaranteed top 6 finish at the Chongqing Major. Team Liquid came strong out of the group stages, but fell 0-2 to Team Secret. To make matters worse, vpesports reported that Liquid’s emergency stand-in, shadow, is battling food poisoning.

    Day 2 will kickoff the best of one elimination matches and two feature upper bracket matches: VP vs. PSG.LGD and EHOME vs. Secret. We’ll be keeping track of the games and stats on our esports hub, as well as following up with a meta recap after the event on the blog.

    DreamHack Announces Invites to Stockholm Major Qualifiers

    Here’s the teams who are invited to the CORSAIR #DreamLeagueMajor closed qualifiers.

    On top of that you’re now able to sign up for the open qualifiers. See you in game!

    — DreamHack Dota (@DreamHackDota) January 17, 2019

    DreamHackannounced the invited teams to Stockholm Major qualifiers this week. Russian caster v1lat, voiced his protest about the omission of Na’Vi in the CIS group, but it appears that the invites are weighed more towards recent success, as Pavaga recently won the Loot.BET Winter Masters tournament.

    The open qualifiers for the Stockholm Major does begin in the final days of the Chongqing Major, but the invited list includes the current teams competing. It’ll still be a quick turnaround for teams at Chongqing, with only four days to prep and reset for the closed qualifiers.

    Team Tigers Reshuffles

    Earlier this week Team Tigers announced that they’ve parted ways with Ahjit and inYourdreaM. The team showed some promise in their championship run at the Dreamleague Minor, which qualified them for the Kuala Lumpur Major. But during the Major they faced stiff competition in the group against PSG.LGD and Fnatic, and fell to the lower bracket, where pain X eliminated them in a best of one series. They’ve since announced one new addition to their team, Mushi. Tigers will most likely be announcing their 5th player soon, right in time for the Stockholm Major open qualifiers.

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    suh dude

    Kirikapoo 2019-01-22


    Blessed By Him 2019-01-22

    nc dude

    OütKazt 2019-01-23

    Dendi to join Tigers

    This comment was edited 2019-01-23SPTL 2019-01-23

    Dendi & Mushi in 1 team lul

    trapper 2019-01-23

    dendi ? welcome SEA servers

    merman 2019-01-24

    The invited stockholm teams link is broken, an extra quote was added to the end.

    0000 2019-01-24

    Dendi Position 5 please

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