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11

Dota 2 Asia Championships 2018
Lower Stage Finals
07 April 2018
51 minutes
LGD Gaming
vs
Virtus.pro

Everything is on the line. This is the deciding match in the lower bracket final at the Dota Asia Championship 2018. Local favourites LGD need to reach the final in order to qualify for TI8 and to stand a chance of giving China its first major winner. They face the consensus best team in the world, Virtus Pro, who are going for their third straight major win. LGD pick fast-paced lineup built around Maybe's Leshrac whilst Virtus Pro go for a more balanced draft with a Ramzes Terrorblade. This game features a fast start, several changes of momentum and a sublime play which sets up a dramatic victory and sends TobiWan into a high-pitched frenzy.


15

ESL One New York 2015
Euro Qualifiers, Semifinals
05 September 2015
56 minutes
Team Empire
vs
Ninjas in Pyjamas

The closest base race in competitive Dota.


14

ESL One Frankfurt 2015
Quarterfinals
20 June 2015
30 minutes
Fnatic
vs
Team Secret

Techies and Tusk combination turns into a very entertaining game for the crowd.


17

StarLadder StarSeries Season 01
Round Robin
02 April 2012
51 minutes
Evil Geniuses
vs
Natus Vincere

The original March of the Machine Tinker. A very tense, extremely close game.


17

The International 2011
Grand Finals
21 August 2011
54 minutes
Natus Vincere
vs
EHOME

The return of DOOM!


15

The Summit 2
Semifinals
06 December 2014
1 hour 11 minutes
Cloud9
vs
Evil Geniuses

Game 5 of 5. Takes some time to get going, but definitely worth the great late game!


15

The International 2013
Western Qualifiers
17 May 2013
1 hour 16 minutes
Radical Online X-tremists
vs
Evil Geniuses

Very close game! Two rapiers and naked throne! One of the best of TI3 Qualifiers!


15

The International 2012
Loser's Finals
02 September 2012
1 hour 6 minutes
Invictus Gaming
vs
LGD Gaming

YYF decides brewmaster is a hard carry.


14

Dota 2 Asia Championships 2015
Loser's Round 4
08 February 2015
51 minutes
Big God
vs
Team Secret

ROTK's Difficulty Watch gives Big God a hard time.


9

ESL One Birmingham 2018
Group Stage
23 May 2018
43 minutes
Fnatic
vs
Evil Geniuses

ESL One Birmingham 2018, one of the last tournaments of the year, started of with a bang as both teams needed DPC points to secure an invite to the International 2018.

Fnatic drafted an IO and Morphling and decided they didn't want to fight the formidable tri-core Evil Geniuses lineup head on. Out came another classic Eternal Envy strat based around relocate backdooring EG buildings. Can EG push fast enough to defeat the rat? Will a rapier help? The game ends with a base race to remember.


12

The Frankfurt Major 2015
Lower Bracket Finals
21 November 2015
50 minutes
OG
vs
Evil Geniuses

MoonMeander wrecking EG. Total map control. He completely shut down EG's split pushing and farming by constant roaming. Even if he wasn't roaming he was a constant danger for EG because of his gank potential.


14

World E-sport Championships 2014
Loser's Round 2
06 September 2014
8 minutes
Evil Geniuses
vs
Natus Vincere

Evil geniuses showing off. Godlike outdrafting!


8

Reshuffle Madness
Upper Bracket Finals
01 October 2018
1 hour 8 minutes
Gambit Esports
vs
Alliance

One of the biggest throws in recent times.

A back and forth slugfest between a farmed Spectre and a farmed Huskar, with some incredible Rubick plays from Insania. No matter how sure you might be which team is going to win, it's going to change every few minutes again. The game could go either way down to the last 30 seconds.


13

Dota 2 Asia Championships 2015
Group Stage
30 January 2015
54 minutes
Team Secret
vs
CDEC Gaming

Game has it all. Base race, Mass buybacks and MORE!


3

DPC CN 2021/2022 Tour 1: Division I
Week 1
04 January 2022
57 minutes
Royal Never Give Up
vs
Invictus Gaming

RNG clashes with IG in a decisive game 3 of their first 2022 DPC clash. An insane
Separate 20k and 30k gold swings in the final 8 minutes of play, which are quite possibly some the most insane 8 minutes a game of Dota has ever seen, reaching it's peak with a game saving literal 1v5 Rampage. Emo and Somnus play out of their minds throughout and the winner is unclear until the very final moment. The game was incredible throughout, but the ending catapults it into the stratosphere.