Asians dominate Dreamhack tournament! Already in the group phase it became apparent: the Asian eSports organisation Gen. G dominates the HotS tournament MSB at the Dreamhack in Sweden. Seldom has there been such a dominance in an international tournament: Gen. G from South Korea has won every match at Dreamhack in Sweden in the mid-season brawl of Heroes of the Storm. Who will win? Make your BTC bets with one of the provider at http://www.bitcoinesport.com/games/hots/.
Out of nowhere
In the run-up to the mid-season Brawl it wasn’t clear which teams would win out in the end and reach the final. Experts assumed the “usual suspects” like Team Dignitas or Tempo Storm under the leadership of the German team captain Ben “cattlepillar” Bunk.
- Nobody really had Gen G on the note. Basically, the South Koreans were mainly known for the League of Legends team, which formerly won the 2017 World Championship under the name Samsung Galaxy.
- Afterwards the complete LoL-Roster was sold, renamed in KSV and now trades under the well-known name Gen. G.
But despite a new beginning, the South Koreans immediately made it into the final of one of the most important eSports events of Heroes of the Storm.
Dignitas or Tempest
The finale of the Mid-Season Brawls will take place during the Dreamhack Summer 2018 in Jönköping, Sweden on 19.06.2018 and will be broadcast live on Twitch.
- It is not yet clear which team Gen. G will meet in the final round: Dignitas or Tempest.
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- For the Mid-Season Brawl some of the best Heroes-of-the-Storm teams of the world will meet in Sweden. It’s about 250,000 US dollars.
Once again, World of Warcraft developer Blizzard is gathering some of the best teams from Heroes of the Storm to crown a mid-season Brawl winner. This year, the prestigious team for the popular MOBA game HotS will take place in Jönköping, Sweden during the Dreamhack. Already last year the tournament was played on the Dreamhack.
The Mid-Season Brawl
In this tournament, the twelve best international teams from Heroes of the Storm compete against each other in two groups. Four teams from each of the two groups can qualify for the Phoenix Group. The teams that compete against each other in the playoffs to reach the final will emerge from this group.
In the end, the winner will receive prize money of 100,000 US dollars. The total prize pool amounts to 250,000 US dollars.
Europe vs. Asia
Especially in view of past disputes, the European and Asian teams are the ones who should be paying particular attention during the playoffs. Gen.G, in particular, were able to clear the air in the group stage with a score of ten victories and not a single defeat, thus announcing clear ambitions for the title.
But Team Dignitas should also be high on the list of experts. The eSports organisation was already able to beat Zealot’s outsider 4-3 at the Intel Extreme Masters in Katowice and collect 30,000 US dollars in prize money.
The final matches of the Mid-Season Brawls will take place from 16 to 18 June 2018 during the Dreamhack Summer in Jönköping. All games will be broadcast live on Twitch.