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Dota 2: ESL One Germany and the story so far

The ESL One Germany Dota 2 championship is ongoing (Image Credits: ESL One)
The ESL One Germany Dota 2 championship is ongoing (Image Credits: ESL One)
Tee Kay
Modified 09 Oct 2020, 17:25 IST

The 16 teams at the ongoing Dota 2 tournament, ESL One Germany, being conducted on the Luxembourg server, are all set to resume hostilities in the second round of the group stages, with two matches lined up today.

Round 2 of the group stages will go on for three days, with eight best-of-three series played. Some of the much-anticipated ties from this round include Ninjas in Pyjamas taking on Alliance and Na'Vi playing against Liquid.

Apart from these matches, the other exciting series include OG facing off against, while Team Secret will be up against Yellow Submarine, who have already defeated powerhouses Team Nigma.

Team Nigma will, in turn, be looking to bounce back against Tempo Esports. The team has played without its position 5 support and captain, Kuro "KuroKy" Salehi Takhasomi, for a while now, following an arm injury in August.

However, Miracle & Co will be looking to restore pride after the 2-0 defeat to Yellow Submarines, which came despite W33's Meepo pick. The Dota 2 giants will be hoping to pick up a comfortable win against Tempo Esports.

Dota 2: ESL One Germany first round recap

Teams with a win in the first round:

  • OG - 2-0 win against Winstrike Team
  • Team Secret - 2-0 win against Tempo Esports
  • Team Liquid - 2-0 win against Mudgolems
  • Ninjas in Pyjamas - 2-0 win against 5men
  • Alliance - 2-0 win against EXTREMUM
  • Natus Vincere - 2-0 win against Cyber Legacy
  • Yellow Submarine - 2-0 win against Team Nigma
  • - 2-1 win against HellRaisers

Matches for the next round:

  • OG vs ViKin.GG
  • Team Secret vs Yellow Submarine
  • Team Liquid vs Natus Vincere
  • Ninjas in Pyjamas vs Alliance
  • HellRaisers vs Winstrike Team
  • Team Nigma vs Tempo Esports
  • Cyber Legacy vs Mudgolems
  • EXTREMUM vs 5men

With a mouth-watering line-up of fixtures ahead, the second round of the ESL One Germany Dota 2 championships couldn't get any better, as all 16 teams have everything left to play for!

Published 09 Oct 2020, 17:25 IST
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