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WESG Dota 2 APAC: Day One Review

On November 10th kicked off the crucial stage of the LAN-qualifiers WESG APAC in a Dota 2 discipline. Within the first match-day were held the matches in Groups «A» and «B», according to the results of which, now we can discover names of the Playoff’s participants.

We’d like to remind you that the tournament, held in the South-Korean city Goyang, was attended by 15 of the best teams from all over the APAC region. The tournament’s participants are fighting for 6 tickets to the WESG Global Grand Finals and a prize pool of ¥ 500,000 (~$75,000).


QO and his team advance to the Playoffs

By the outcome of Group «A», making a splash among the spectators, the upper hand was gained by S1 Lykos. The Philippine five outscored all their rivals, including the main one — MVP Phoenix, advancing to the Playoffs from the first place.

The second line of the tournament table is occupied by MVP. Players of the South-Korean squad overpowered their nearest competitors from Slayers and secured an advance to the ¼-stage of the Playoffs.

The best team among Group «B» was To be or not to be. T.O.T gained two victories and finished with a draw the match against TnC, thus getting seven points and the first line among the group.


TnC clear the barrier of the group stage

Right after T.O.T may be found the famous TnC Gaming. The Philippine squad outscored the Malaysians from 90’s Gaming in one point, leaving the opponent without a single chance of reaching the Playoffs.

Following these results, now we know the first half of participants of the Playoffs’ stage at the LAN-finals of WESG Dota 2 APAC:

  •  S1 Lykos
  •  MVP Phoenix
  •  To be or not to be
  •  TnC Gaming

Tomorrow will be held matches of the rest two groups. Pretty soon we will find out, who will get a chance to play in the next stage of the tournament, getting a step closer to the tickets to WESG Global Grand Finals, with a total prize pool of ¥24 650 000 (~ $3 700 000).