The grand finals of DOTA 2 Bucharest Minor 2019 Esports come to an end between EHOME and Gambit Esports, the second minor event of 2018-2019 DOTA Pro Circuits (DPC).
After their loss to EHOME in the upper bracket finals, Gambit had to face Keen Gaming for the chance to redeem the messy series they played. Their win wasn’t easy, especially the 71-minute slugfest that Keen pulled them into for game two. But with a final K/D of 48-39, Gambit walked away with the 2-0 victory.
That set up the rematch between the two top teams at the event, and as a shock, fan voting before the match leaned heavily in Gambit’s favor as the eventual tournament victors. But that underdog story was almost instantly buried as EHOME came out and powered through the series.
At the end EHOME defeated Gambit Esports with 3-1 in the Bo5 Series, and they took their first-place finish along with a prize of $125,000 and 120 DOTA Pro Circuits (DPC) points.
As the winners of The Bucharest Minor, EHOME also claimed the final spot in The DOTA 2 Chongqing Major Esports, the second Major event of this DPC season. That takes place from Jan. 19 to 27 and will feature 16 teams battling for their share of $1 million and 15,000 DPC points prize pool.