OG Wins $400,000 ESL One Malaysia ‘Dota 2’ Tournament
OG wins Malaysia ESL One Dota 2 The tournament after defeating the Chinese team Aster in the finals.
OG went 3-0 into the Grand Finals, beating Team Aster in convincing fashion. In Game 2 of the Finals, Team Aster’s Du “Monet” Peng got an impressive rampage while defending the base, the best game of the entire tournament, but it wasn’t enough to stop OG, who Going to win games and later series.
Throughout the series, Mars is the hero to watch. OG first picked the offensive player for Ammar “ATF” Al-Assaf in Game 1 and Game 2, and he proved that he can play well against the hero. In the third game, instead of banning Mars who was causing them problems, the Aster team decided to choose it themselves, but OG was able to fight back, sometimes simply teleporting away using Underlord when Mars tried to start a fight, proving they were here One step ahead of the game.
Even more impressively, OG won the game with the help of their coach, Evgenii “Chuvash” Makarov. Captain Mikhail “Misha” Agatov was unable to play due to visa issues, which meant Chu was sacked. However, this was clearly not an OG issue, and some even said that Chu was the tournament’s MVP.
With a huge SEA fan base, OG’s victory was undoubtedly welcomed by the crowd at the Starlight Arena, Genting Highlands.This is the first top Dota 2 The event has been held in the Southeast Asian region for over two years, which has resulted in an incredible atmosphere among fans.
Despite easily winning the group, as the only team in Group B to win more than 2-0, OG was eliminated by Team Secret in the first round of the playoffs. It was a close series with a few long games that could have gone either way, but ultimately the two-time TI champions were eliminated.
OG then beat Thunder Awaken 2-1 and Fnatic beat the Thunder 2-1. This was followed by a rematch with Team Secret in the lower bracket final and, learning from the first meeting, OG impressively beat them 2-0 to secure a place in the Grand Finals against Team Aster .
Team Aster also came out on top in the group stage, and had a fairly simple run in the upper bracket, at least compared to OG. After an interesting match against Fnatic, they won 2-1 and they comfortably beat Team Secret 2-0 in the upper bracket final.
The win netted OG $175,000 and another trophy after winning the ESL One Stockholm Major earlier this year. Meanwhile, the Aster team was awarded $85,000.Both teams are now turning their attention to the International 11, an annual event Dota 2 The World Championships will be held in Singapore in October. Both teams qualified directly through the DPC points accumulated by their performances throughout the season.