Invictus Gaming win the Dota 2 Asia Spring Invitational

May 17 2020 2 min read
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Invictus Gaming was crowned the Asia Spring Invitational champion after defeating Keen Gaming 3:0 in the Grand Final earlier today. 

Although both assigned to Group B, the finalists didn’t meet in the first stage of the tournament. Instead, Keen Gaming faced Invictus Gaming’s youth squad, iG Vitality, and lost to them, 1:2. However, they still managed to finish second in the group while Invictus Gaming came out on top with a clean record.

Their first meet was in the Upper Bracket Finals, which Keen Gaming lost 2:0. Beating Team Adroit in the Lower Bracket Finals, Keen Gaming earned themselves a rematch against Invictus Gaming in the Grand Final. As the Upper Bracket team, Invictus Gaming already had a one-game advantage by default. Keen Gaming put up a good fight but ultimately lost to Invictus Gaming’s superiority. 

With both teams invited to the Huya World E‑sports Legendary League, Keen Gaming will get yet another chance at securing their revenge against Invictus Gaming next month.

Here’s a look at the top four standings for Asia Spring Invitational:

  • 1st. Invictus Gaming - $ 19,000

  • 2nd. Keen Gaming - $ 8,000

  • 3rd. Team Adroit - $ 3,500;

  • 4th. LGD International - $ 1,500.

Asia Spring Invitational was an online Dota 2 tournaments that took place from May 4-17. It featured eight participants and a total prize pool of $32,000.

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