Open Up On 26th! TI6 China Qualifiers LAN Events Back To Huaxi Village!
inAir performed very well in their matches against MVP yesterday. After the match, sOs spoke highly of Ryung and said he had to use his best strategy to take this game. sOs also mentioned that he would make preparations seriously for his next match against SKT to secure the first place.
The team leader of Complexity Gaming Dota2 division, Kyle ‘swindlemelonzz’ Freedman took an interview from Inquirer, taking about the current state of Complexity and his opinions on Chinese teams. However, his words on Chinese players make Chinese DOTA2 lovers feel offensive.
Grab someone who plays League of Legends and ask him “who is the best offlane in Korea?”. No matter you ask 10 people or a hundred, the answer won’t change: Smeb. This Spring, Smeb becomes undoubtedly the best offlane in Korea with his excellent performances.
After the first SL-i League Invitational, we finally welcome the usual rhythm of DOTA2 professional scene—at least two LAN Finals in one month! This weekend, there is ESL One Manila and we will see the performances of new Team Secret!
As MSI coming, the competitions within the five traditional areas are getting fierce, but what’s more intense is IWCI—the qualifiers from 7 regions will compete for the only position to MSI in Mexico City from 17th to 24th April.
CJ didn’t perform well in team matches recently, but yesterday, the carry of CJ, herO stood out, defeating Dear and helping his team beat Samsung barely. HerO said in the interview that both he and his team were at their lowest moment and he came to GSL to win.
The last position of ESL One Frankfurt main event direct invites belongs to Team Liquid, announced by ESL. Now the entire 3 direct invites have been announced already: Alliance, OG and Team Liquid.
On 10th April (Beijing Time), Ehome participated The Cherry Cup Chinese Typing Competition. Esports Focus interviewed Fenrir. He shared his opinions on the current problems within Chinese teams and his trusts in them.