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The Boston Major 2016Boston - Die Gruppenphase des Dota 2-Majors wies die Fehler von Team Faceless auf. Dennoch ist für den deutschen Carry Black^ noch nicht. The International 10 was the tenth iteration of Dota 2's flagship annual championship. Hosted by Valve Corporation, it took place at the Ericsson Globe in. Boston - Das vierte Major der Dota 2-Geschichte geht an OG, die damit ihren dritten Titel holen. Ad Finem konnte nur eines von vier Matches.
Dota Boston Major Prizemoney VideoOG vs AD FINEM - GRAND FINAL - BOSTON MAJOR DOTA 2
Group A [ edit ] Group A 1. Digital Chaos 2. Wings Gaming 3. Unity 4. Forever Young Group B [ edit ] Group B 1. Newbee 3. Team NP 4.
MVP Phoenix Group C [ edit ] Group C 1. LGD Gaming 2. Evil Geniuses 4. Team Faceless Group D [ edit ] Group D 1.
OG 2. EHOME 3. Ad Finem 4. Round of December 7, - EST. Evil Geniuses 2. Evil Geniuses. Wings Gaming. Wings Gaming 0.
Unity 2. MVP Phoenix. MVP Phoenix 0. Digital Chaos. Team Faceless. December 8, - EST. Team Faceless 0.
Coin toss. Groupstage One Round-robin group where matches are bo1 format. EU OG. GR AF. US EG. CN LFY. RU VP. CN LGD. CN NewB.
US coL. OG are the team that I thought were going to win TI6. Cohesion issues within OG appeared to hamper their form at The International, which saw them place a lot lower than people were expecting.
Best buds n0tail and Fly have put together another strong looking Dota 2 squad, losing Cr1t, Miracle and MoonMeadner while picking up Jerax, s4 and relatively unknown midlaner Ana.
Their philosophy remains unchanged from last year. OG could well make up for their poor TI showing, following their second place finish at the Summit.
After finishing in third place at the International and winning it the previous year, you wouldn't expect the EG line-up to have changed much since TI6.
Two players have been swapped out, however, and while that doesn't seem like many, those two were EG's soul. EG and NP have been building up a rivalry over the past few weeks which we could see develop further in Boston.
Newbee are looking very different to the team that attended TI6. They have three new faces, two of whom I'd never heard of before they joined the squad.
I think Newbee have the potential to surprise at this event. Both Sccc and uuu9 rank at around the 9k MMR mark, which is nothing to be scoffed at.
If they've used their two months away from competitive Dota improving their teamwork, they could do well. Having a TI winner in your squad can't hurt.
EHOME are a mixture of scene veterans and a few newcomers. They lost iceiceice after TI6 and replaced him with well known carry player Sylar.
EHOME always seem to get the title of 'outside favourites' as everyone that knows they can do extremely well in any tournament they're part of.
A major issue for them is consistency, especially at Valve hosted events. Winning a load of the smaller competitions is nice and all, but we all know what the real aim is.
I don't think MVP are actually capable of playing in a conventional way. They just run at you! I don't really know what else to say.
It's so simple, but also so incredibly entertaining to watch. It doesn't matter where they are, they will kill you. Underneath tier four towers, doesn't matter, surrounded by the rest of your team, doesn't matter—I think the only place on the map off limits for MVP is the enemy fountain, and even that's debatable.
When they get it right it's unbelievable to watch and they can definitely beat anyone. With Forev recently rejoining after a short, unsuccessful stint with Team Secret, their chances at the Major have definitely gone up.
Team NP were born out of the ashes of the North American scene. At the start no one gave Envy and his rag-tag band of North American rejects much of a chance, but oh how they have proved everyone wrong.
They've placed well in every LAN they've attended. Their extremely efficient farming, good team communication and occasional hilarious misplays all make for entertaining Dota.