Chaos Esports Club, Evil Geniuses punch tickets into DreamLeague Seaso …

With two powerful improvements into the North American Dota two scene, the prior Quincy Crew roster, currently under Chaos Esports Club, came out in addition to this DreamLeague Season 13 big qualifiers.

Evil Geniuses also continued to hold onto among the area’s top places by producing a solid run through the lower bracket. This is going to be the next Dota Pro Circuit occasion for the two teams, but the very first Major for Chaos.

It was a clean run through the group stage for the two teams as they went undefeated. From the playoffs, Chaos ended up at a struggle against Ninjas in Pyjamas which was largely one-sided in favour of Chaos.

Yawar”YawaR” Hassan and Quinn”CCnC” Callahan shined from the opening series before continuing to confront Jacky”EternaLEnVy” Mao and his Fighting PandaS, who’d only mad EG. Both squads met from the group point where Chaos swept another NA pile, and history repeated itself at the top bracket finals with a different sweep for Avery”SVG” Silverman’s team.

The PandaS performed better in their next meeting with Chaos, compelling the very first game more than half an hour and holding a considerable lead for the very first time. However, EE’s Bloodseeker couldn’t stand up to YawaR’s Gyrocopter, and though CCnC had an off-game, SVG helped compensate for it.

Game two spiraled ancient for Chaos, but PandaS fell apart at the last moment. Jingjun”Sneyking” Wu attempted to continue as Doom, but his former teammates wrapped over his new group to shut out the string and maintain the top seed out of NA in the Major.

Meanwhile, the EG bounced back in the 2-1 loss to PandaS and sailed NiP from the lower bracket, eliminating Peter”ppd” Dager’s group from the championship and moving to get a rematch against EE’s roster.

From the beginning, it seemed like EG had all the answers for their competitor’s draft. They readily countered EE’s Razor using a damage-heavy Terrorblade to get Artour”Arteezy” Babaev and paired it with Abed Yusop’s Storm Spirit. This combo was sufficient to conquer the PandaS’ frontline ancient and secure a 1-0 lead for EG following a low-kill, 40-minute opener.

Game two began slow, but EG immediately accumulated some significant kill power together with the Bloodseeker-Razor reverse that flew through PandaS’ land and slaughtered the enemy supports. Jonathan”Bryle” Santos attempted to counter the drama, but Kurtis”Aui_2000″ Ling was totally neutralized as EG shut out the sequence.

PandaS will compete at the WePlay! Bukovel Minor for both NA, together with NiP and J Storm, to determine both teams can make it to the Minor and also have yet another opportunity to achieve the DreamLeague Season 13 Major.