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5

EPICENTER Major 2019
Lower Bracket Round 1
25 June 2019
51 minutes
Evil Geniuses
vs
OG

OG and EG play an amazing game of Dota in a BO1 elimination game at Epicenter Major 2019.
OG, playing with Sockshka in place of NoTail, draft Slark for Ana despite not being a meta pick.
The game has very even push and pull between the two teams and the game comes down to the last 10 minutes; the two teams are looking to engage around the third roshan, and while each side is looking for a favorable engagement, EG is forced to defend the split push from Cebs Furion.
The way that OG use rosh to force EG into taking a bad fight is brilliant.


12

DreamLeague Season 10
Group Stage
31 October 2018
1 hour 13 minutes
Royal Never Give Up
vs
The Final Tribe

Royal Never Give Up, after giving up the lead early on, stayed true to their name, defending their throne with everything they got. This game has game changing RPs and incredible Calls and a Storm zipping around trying to find a Tinker before the Tinker finds him.


51

Dota 2 Asia Championships 2015
Winner's Round 1
05 February 2015
59 minutes
Big God
vs
Cloud9

Wherein a certain team throws a 30000 gold lead.


45

The Frankfurt Major 2015
European Qualifiers
13 October 2015
54 minutes
Alliance
vs
Ninjas in Pyjamas

Intense mega creep comeback, game 2.


62

The International 2012
Winner's Finals
02 September 2012
42 minutes
Natus Vincere
vs
LGD Gaming

The Blackest of Holes.


56

XMG Captains Draft Invitational
Semifinals
31 March 2014
35 minutes
Alliance
vs
Fnatic

BIG DADDY!


51

StarLadder StarSeries Season 09
Winner's Bracket Round 1
18 April 2014
1 hour 8 minutes
Alliance
vs
Evil Geniuses

Fantastically close game including a support Silencer and a beautiful wombo combo. Impossible to tell who wins until the end.


58

The Defense Season 3
Loser's Round 3
26 February 2013
54 minutes
Team Liquid
vs
mousesports

How a massive advantage can be rendered useless by one single item.


42

The International 2015
EU Qualifiers, Group B
29 May 2015
1 hour 13 minutes
Natus Vincere
vs
Vega Squadron

Epic Dendi Magnus and XBOCT Gyro Rapier combo.


18

Captains Draft 4.0
Finals
07 January 2018
50 minutes
Vici Gaming
vs
Team Secret

In the Finals of Captain's Draft 4.0 Team Secret is down 2-1 in a bo5 against Vici Gaming. With a strong line up on both sides it's all about getting the upper hand in ganks and teamfights. VG is up 20k gold at one point, but it wouldn't be Dota if this would be the end of it.
Great teamfights and a fantastic drive by both teams to gain absolute advantage guarantee a very enjoyable match!

Also featuring: tanky Rubick, Echo Slam on creeps and great stats-information by SirActionSlacks


46

The International 2014
Lower Bracket Round 4
20 July 2014
45 minutes
Vici Gaming
vs
Evil Geniuses

EG demonstrates why Universe is considered one of the world's best Faceless Void players.


46

The International 2013
Lower Bracket Finals
11 August 2013
47 minutes
Natus Vincere
vs
Orange Esports

The game where Aegis gets denied.


36

The International 2015
Lower Bracket, Round 2
05 August 2015
1 hour 10 minutes
Vici Gaming
vs
Cloud9

We have yet to see as good a Rubick play and so many of them as in this match.


36

The International 2015
Grand Finals
09 August 2015
39 minutes
Evil Geniuses
vs
CDEC Gaming

The 6 Million Dollar Echo Slam Game.

The first International finale that could come close to beating the fantastic TI3 finale in popularity. EG has the US and European fanbase behind them while CDEC gather Chinese and SEA fans. It's a fulminant clash and both teams give their very best to earn the title of best Dota 2 team. A fantastic back and forth, ending with a bang!

Highly recommended watch if you haven't seen it already! And if you have... just watch it again! It's worth it!


22

The Kiev Major 2017
Quarter-finals
29 April 2017
54 minutes
Evil Geniuses
vs
SG e-sports

The Kiev Major was wonderful for the matches but what stood out the most is definitely the success of SG e-sports, the first South American team that fought their way into a major competition. This is their deciding third game against a sweating Evil Geniuses.

Up until this tournament most pro teams were were formed in North America, Europe and South East Asia, with South America albeit high player numbers being considered sub-par to the established elite. SG e-sports managed to turn this sentiment around with their incredible performance. Beating, against all odds, another major pro team in the previous round and showing the resilience, teamwork and dedication of world class.
The most exciting and disputed match of the Kiev Major and one of the best matches of 2017, with incredible plays from both teams. A match that will stay forever in our hearts.