PSG.LGD’s Dota 2 roster remaining together, according to manager Pan Fei

The post-International shuffle has already begun, with players and organizations announcing changes that will go into effect when the 2022 Dota Pro Circuit kicks off the next season. It appears, however, that PSG.LGD is more than ready to run things back with its roster that came just one game short of lifting the Aegis of Champions.  That news comes from the team’s general manager Pan Fei, who shared a lengthy post with his thoughts about the season on his Weibo, confirming that the roster will remain together for at least

Team Spirit shock the world, beat PSG.LGD to win The International 10

From making it in by one game through regional qualifiers to a 0-4 start in the group stage, then going into one of the greatest lower bracket runs of all-time, Team Spirit held off PSG.LGD to cap off their Cinderella story by lifting the Aegis of Champions at Dota 2‘s The International 10.  Led by Miposhka, the only player on the team who has ever competed at a TI before, Spirit are the first CIS team to win The International since Na’Vi did it a decade ago at TI1. They

Team Spirit send Puppey and Team Secret home, reach The International 10 grand finals

There is only one series standing between Team Spirit and completing one of the most impressive runs in the history of Dota 2‘s The International after the CIS squad pulled off yet another upset and sent Team Secret home in the lower bracket finals at TI10.  The TI curse continues to loom over Puppey and his team, though it seems to have at least lessened. A third-place finish is Secret’s highest yet, improving on a fourth-place exit at TI9. However, even after showing how dominant they could be, largely controlling

PSG.LGD complete two intense comebacks, defeat Team Secret to reach the grand finals at The International 10

PSG.LGD took down Team Secret 2-0 and secured their spot at the grand finals for Dota 2’s The International 10 today. When two juggernauts clash, the battlefield is supposed to turn into a spectacle. LGD, however, looked highly composed and played the fringes, which worked to their advantage in both games as they swept Team Secret in a 2-0 performance.  LGD played to their advantage and didn’t give the European team much in the way of openings to exploit, marking Secret’s first loss in the upper bracket of The International

Vici Gaming headed home after getting swept by Invictus Gaming at The International 10

Vici Gaming will sit out of the rest of Dota 2‘s The International 10 after today’s 0-2 defeat to Invictus Gaming. VG came into TI10 as the third seed out of the Chinese region behind Major winners in Invictus Gaming and PSG.LGD. They put together a strong run, making it to the upper bracket out of groups and then bouncing back from a first-round loss to make a deep run in the lower bracket.  During that run, they beat Evil Geniuses and T1, but they just couldn’t overcome their regional

A clash of titans, PSG.LGD and Team Secret collide for a spot in The International 10 finals

This article is sponsored by DJ Esports. PSG.LGD was a favorite heading into The International 10, and they have thus far proved that they were worthy of that praise with a dominant run through the upper bracket that has them one series away from reaching the grand finals.  Standing in their way is Team Secret, another powerful squad that has been playing their best Dota of the year when it matters most, and is the only team that took a game off of LGD in the group stage.  LGD started this

PSG.LGD cruises past, reaches upper bracket finals at The International 10

Tempo, flexibility, and strong drafting have been the key factors in deciding who remains in the upper bracket of The International 10, and PSG.LGD demonstrated just how powerful a team can look when all three elements are combined in their dominant victory over The win secured them a spot in the upper bracket finals.  Unlike their previous opponent Vici Gaming, VP couldn’t just rush in and take fights against LGD. The Chinese team that came into TI10 as a favorite to win it all was more than capable of

North America’s last hope at The International 10 falls with Vici Gaming eliminating Evil Geniuses

Evil Geniuses were one of the top teams throughout the entire 2021 Dota Pro Circuit season, finishing second at both Majors and racking up the most DPC points ahead of The International 10. But none of that mattered to Vici Gaming today, who eliminated the final North American team in epic fashion to make it into the top eight.  This was arguably the closest series that we’ve seen in the lower bracket at TI10 yet, with EG taking the first game in just 22 minutes. Many expected VG to potentially compound

Virtus Pro overcome experience gap, beat Vici Gaming at The International 10

No previous experience playing at The International didn’t hinder Virtus Pro today. All five players made their debut on the event’s main stage in the upper bracket and completed what many Dota 2 fans view as an upset against a veteran Vici Gaming squad.  This was a clash of playstyles, with VG playing composed and VP going for their usual, more aggressive drafts. And despite being punished early, the young CIS squad managed to gather themselves and win the series 2-1.  VG looked like they might have an easy time