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The Asian team Tigers are the Champions of DOTA 2 Corsair DreamLeague season 10

Earlier today was the grand finals between Tigers and Na’Vi at DOTA 2 Corsair DreamLeague season 10 for the title of this tournament.

 

 

The last day of the DreamLeague Season 10 Minor started with the lower bracket finals match between Na’Vi and Royal Never Give Up, which was won decisively by the reformed CIS team with a clean 2:0 sweep. However, the battle was far from over for them, as Tigers stood in their way of the title and the sole remaining spot left to compete at the Kuala Lumpur Major.

The SEA team Tigers qualified for the last spot of the first Major of the season in Malaysia after defeated Na’Vi with 3-2 in a full best-of-five series.

It was anyone’s title to take as the series was pushed to a deciding Game 5. It may have been one of the longest games of the series, but stats don’t lie and it was clear the match was completely in the favor of Tigers right from the start. Despite having an Alchemist on the team, Na’Vi couldn’t capitalize on opportunities and only delayed the inevitable.

With the title in hand, $125,000 and 120 DPC points, Tigers will be flying back home to their base country of Malaysia to compete in less than a week at the first Major of the season in Kuala Lumpur, for the lion’s share of the massive 15,000 DPC points up for grabs and esteemed title of Major-winner.

DreamLeague Season 10 Minor Prize pool:

  • Total: $300,000.
  • 1st – $125,000 + 120 DPC and Ticket to Kuala Lumpur Major – Tigers.
  • 2nd – $70,000 + 100 DPC – Na’Vi.
  • 3rd – $35,000 + 90 DPC – RNG.
  • 4th – $25,000 + 70 DPC – Infamous.
  • 5/6th – $15,000 + 40 DPC – compLexity Gaming/Vega Squadron.
  • 7/8th – $7,500 + 20 DPC – Rooons/TFT.

The Kuala Lumpur Major will be kicks off at 9 November as the first DPC Major event of 2018-2019 season.

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