Dota 2 Ti3 (The International 3) Full Overview – Ends with Alliance Taking Home 1.4 Million Dollars
Dota 2 Ti3 ends with a bang and as always with some unexpected results. Dota 2 has quickly grown to be a real rival for the likes of Starcraft
E-Sports competitive Gaming Scene, where some may even argue that it
has surpassed the same. With this years Prize Pool consisting of 2.8 Million Dollars in cash money, Dota 2 Ti3 set the record
for the largest prize pool in history. The final was between Na’vi (No
surprises there) and Alliance with Alliance taking home the win and
Na’vi as runners up.
Dota 2 Ti3: Results and Overview
The upper brackets of the Dota 2 Ti3 contained 8 teams, namely Na’vi,
Orange Neolution, TongFu, Fnatic, Alliance, LGD-GAMING, DK and last
years champions Invictus Gaming. The simultaneous viewing of 600 000
people spectating the Dota 2 Ti3 event also broke last years record of 400 000 spectators. The Dota 2 Ti3 was held from Aug 7 – 11 in Seattle.
The favorites to win this year were Na’vi and Invictus Gaming and the
teams battled it out as following climbing the brackets with Invictus
Gaming suffering an early knockout and Navi qualifying to the finals.
The first Dota 2 The International Championship (2011) winners were Na’vi with the Second The International Championship (2012) winners being Invictus Gaming and the Dota 2 Ti3 Winners being Alliance.
Na’vi have performed with a consistency that is rare in the E-Sports scene where a single patch can make or destroy champions, always placing first or second in all 3 champion ships including the Dota 2 Ti3 this year.