Das Shanghai Major war ein Turnier in der E-Sport-Disziplin Dota 2. Es fand zwischen dem 2. und 6. März in Shanghai statt. Austragungsort war die. Kurz nach dem öffentlichen Rauswurf von James»2GD«Harding als Host des Dota 2 Shanghai Major Turniers gibt es nun neue Details und. Die Produktionsfirma Perfect World hat sich jetzt für die technischen Probleme im Rahmen des großen DotaTurniers»Shanghai Major «.
Dota 2 - Organisator entschuldigt sich für das Shanghai Major 2016Team Secret gewinnt das Shanghai Major und verdient damit 1,1 Millionen US-Dollar. Team Liquid rund um die Deutschen Kuroky und FATA- wird Zweiter. Dota 2 The Shanghai Major Seite auf doradoprinting.com bietet Resultate, Begegnungen und Dota 2 The Shanghai Major Tabellen/Turnierbäume. Wie bereits beim großen Finale in Frankfurt verkündet, wird das nächste Dota Major in Shanghai (China) vom 2. – 6. März in der Mercedes-Benz Arena.
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Team Archon, however, face a tough fight for survival. They have a few top-four tournament placings under their respective belts, though this will be their first real test outside of the infamously unstable NA Dota scene, and in a stacked group to boot.
Fun fact: four out of five CompLexity players played together on the super-successful Heroes of Newerth team stayGreen. The same goes for Team Liquid, who sailed through the EU qualifiers without losing a single match.
The full schedule for groups and the main event is here. You can watch in the game client for free, via Steam Broadcasting or on the DotaMajor Twitch channel.
Also, as an aesthetic FYI, the trophy is made to look like a Mystic Staff which is an in-game item that grants 25 points of intelligence.
Currently Frankfurt is definitely winning in the cool trophy stakes. If you click our links to online stores and make a purchase we may receive a few pennies.
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Upper Bracket Final Bo3. Team Liquid 0. March 5, - CET. Lower Bracket R1 Bo1. EHOME 1. Team Archon.
Team Archon 0. Team Spirit 0. Team Spirit. Vici Gaming. Vici Gaming 0. CDEC Gaming 0. CDEC Gaming. Newbee 1.
Lower Bracket R2 Bo1. EHOME 0. Fnatic 1. Newbee 0. Lower Bracket R3 Bo3. Fnatic 2. Lower Bracket R4 Bo3. Lower Bracket R5 Bo3. Lower Bracket Final Bo3.
I probably wouldn't want to go to one in NYC despite being from the state. Esports tournaments in this arena is nothing new in China, G-League during the days the organisations wasnt shit had many LANs there.
They have enough people to fill that up. But it's gonna get salty really quick in there with the way Chinese teams are at the moment.
Yeah I doubt many people would predict china to fall this hard on its face at this major considering they got 4 out of the top 6 at Ti.
Maybe the West will be the ones to falter at the next major. Or maybe Chinese Dota is actually dead. Who knows.
China had a great showing at TI5, but events before and after would indicate that it was an anomaly, brought on by in particular European teams under performing.
Secret, Empire and Cloud 9 all hit a their lowest point of the year up until that point at the same time. It's just not going to hold up to depend on similar failures time and again.
Yeah there'll hopefully be a big patch soon, maybe even new heroes in captain's mode. Meta changes can make a world of difference. I somewhat think that Arc Warden might become very big with Chinese Dota.
I am going with a very late starting in the mid 20's May for the third major. They might shift better after the next TI since they will have more of a set flow now.
The big question is where to have the 3rd Major? I think the biggest established area might be Russia. Other than that I think we might get one in a "new" region to help build up that region with getting the area hyped.
For the new regions I think Brazil might be the most likely candidate, Dota2 is already growing quite a bit there and this would help move it forward in a huge way.
Oh, I would love for it to be in Toronto. I've never been able to go to an event because they are never close enough but if its in Toronto I could definitely make it to that one.
Just east cost in general. New York perhaps. They could go southern and go to like Austin or Atlanta or Miami. Have zero connection to Brazil but I would admit this would be hype.
The venue and location with interviews would be very hype. Valve giving them some actual hands on would boost the popularity to a whole new level. And a very good way of growing our community, who is completly based on LOL.
Everywhere you go have a lol player. I thought the next major would be themed red, to follow the power treads cycle: str red - int blue - agi green.
Also considering the major is in China, in Chinese culture the color red symbolizes fortune and happiness. Yea, but they already showed the logo for the major during stream.
The players, who have continued to turn out top-tier performances, who have flirted with rebellion here and there but never committed to open revolt.
As baffling and terrible as it has been at times, the show has gone on. It may be too late to save the narrative, however. This will be remembered as the Major that went wrong, and it'll hopefully be the only one—you've got to believe that the team in Manila is playing their own game of How Do We Make Sure This Isn't Us right now.
This is a complex situation that requires serious and informed consideration, but in the short term all it has done is inspired an ugly racist streak in Twitch chat something that Twitch chat has not traditionally needed help with.
There's not much to be taken away from the problems of the playoffs save 'well maybe let's not do this again'—I feel, vicariously, a bit like I did when I missed my plane home after the Frankfurt Major because I was drunk.
Slow zoom in on an idiot's face. This community has been let down by tournament showrunners before. Valve-as-enemy particularly Gabe Newell-as-enemy is a new angle for most.
With regard to their customers Valve like to position themselves as an Aikido master in a forest of spears: never striking first, always reacting, responding, redirecting.
Their role is to watch, first and foremost, and to only take the most subtle, efficient and direct action.
The notion that they're a purely data-driven studio has symbolic as well as practical value, hedging against the uncomfortable consequences of being responsible for quite so many players and developers.