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The European qualifiers for the upcoming StarLadder ImbaTV Dota 2 Minor season have come to an end with two teams from the region making their way through to the final Minor ofthe DPC season.
Alliance on the up
必发88 While Alliance have featured at two different Majors and a Minor this season, it has hardly come with much progression, ending in the lower segments constantly. However, a good run through the qualifiers – which saw them take down their Swedish counterparts, The Final Tribe, twice – has set them up as a contender for the top two spots at the Minor which could lead to a promising Major – but with the field of team looking so strong, this could be a very tall task.
Alliance will have a bit of practice prior to the Minor, as they head to ESL One Birmingham 2019 next week and this might be a precursor of what is to come for the team.
Ninjas in Pyjamas on their way to another Minor
After winning the OGA Dota PIT Minor, NiP looked strong going into the recent MDL Disneyland? Paris Major and it showed as they raced to a fifth/sixth place finish and confirmed their invite to The International 2019. Going into the qualifiers for StarLadder ImbaTV Dota 2 Minor, NiP looked strong once again as they managed to take a fairly easy route through the teams involved and secure their spot at 必发88官网the event.
NiP are definitely set to be one of the favourites for the Minor again and with TWO teams heading to EPICENTER Major from the Minor, you can be sure that they’ll be throwing everything into it. The team will also be heading to the United Kingdom in just a few days for ESL One Birmingham 2019.
The StarLadder ImbaTV Dota 2 Minor qualifiers have almost come to an end with only South America left to find their team to reach the event. By tomorrow morning, all eight teams will be in place for the final Minor of the Dota 2 Pro Circuit Season.