Mineski Makes Dota 2 History in Asia Championship
In an extraordinary display of skill, Southeast Asian team Mineski made history in the Dota 2 Asia Championship. In a thrilling match against LGD Gaming, Mineski triumphed in just two maps.
First Game Dominance
Mineski started the day with a bang, completely overpowering LGD in just 27-and-a-half minutes. Thanks to their clever Oracle/Huskar draft, Mineski easily outpaced LGD with a final score of 18 kills to 7.
A Nail-Biting Second Game
The second game was anything but dull. For almost 62 minutes, Mineski and LGD engaged in a heart-racing back-and-forth battle. Mineski ultimately secured victory with the exceptional support play from Anucha “Jabz” Jirawong and Michael “ninjaboogie” Ross, who played Dark Willow and Vengeful Spirit respectively.
Teamwork and Skill Seal the Deal
Jabz showcased Dark Willow’s capabilities by dealing massive damage in team fights, ending the game with the third highest damage count among his teammates at 33,600. Ninjaboogie’s well-timed Nether Swaps also played a crucial role in securing key kills.
With this remarkable teamwork, Mineski has secured fourth place in the Dota 2 Pro Circuit leaderboard and a guaranteed 450 Dota 2 Pro Circuit Points. They now have a chance to climb even higher if they win the grand finals.
Virtus Pro Shows their Strength
Meanwhile, two-time Major champions Virtus Pro fought off tough competition and secured a spot in the top three. They showcased their skills with a successful match against TNC Pro Team, which followed their victory against Vici Gaming earlier in the day.
Mineski vs. TNC Pro Team
In their match against TNC, Virtus Pro initially struggled against Carlo “Kuku” Palad’s support Nature’s Prophet. However, they quickly adapted and won the next two games convincingly, with Vladimir “RodjER” Nikogosyan as the standout player on Tusk.
Looking Ahead to the Grand Finals
Virtus Pro is on a path to a Major hat trick and is determined to maintain their dominance in the Dota 2 scene. However, Mineski will undoubtedly bring their A-game, regardless of their grand finals opponent.
Don’t Miss the Grand Finals!
The grand finals of DAC 2018 will take place tonight at 9pm CT, starting with LGD Gaming vs. Virtus Pro. You can catch the final day of the event by tuning into PGL’s official livestream.
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