WePlay! Tug of War: Dire ends. Time to prepare for the Dire: Mad Moon LAN
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Days and nights of the long battles at WePlay! Tug of War: Dire came to an end. During the week, 24 teams from four regions competed for $30,000 prize pool and two slots at WePlay! Tug of War: Mad Moon LAN-final. Last Super Finals were held today, and we're ready to congratulate the new champions!
The following teams came out on top during WePlay! Tug of War: Dire:
- Royal Never Give Up (China)
- Infamous (Peru)
J.Storm vs Infamous
Despite a good start, the Resolut1on team was able to win only one map - the first one. The rest of the battles were in favor of Infamous, having mastered and caught their successful game. The Peruvians were better at a draft, a strategy for the game, battles for Roshan, and even individual gameplay.
We hope the incident with the server doesn't overshadow the joy of Asian team victory. Taking into account the day before yesterday's reshuffles in the J.Storm roster - the North American mix has two new players at once - this result looks the most logical.
Neon Esports vs Royal Never Give Up
Everything ended quickly and predictably in the Asian bracket. Royal Never Give Up beat their opponent with a dry 3:0 score. The difference in the level of the game between the two neighboring regions was revealed and shown in the final confrontation. Neon Esports, not losing a single map in the two previous series, couldn't oppose anything to the strategies and the in-game excerpt of the Chinese team.
Royal Never Give Up didn't follow the meta, worked better with the situation on the map and timing for runes. They were stronger in large-scale clashes and could inflate or slow the pace of the game according to their own plan. What else could have been expected from a team that daily faces colossal competition in its native region?
Congratulations to veteran LaNm and his young Padawan Monet!
You can watch the entire stream following the link
Prize pool distribution
Infamous and Royal Never Give Up — slots at WePlay! Mad Moon.
$6.000 — J.Storm and Neon Esports
$2.000 — beastcoast, paiN Gaming, EVOS Esports and Invictus Gaming
All the results from previous days can be found here:
The second championship of the Tug of War series came to an end. We are happy for the winners, turn off the alarm clocks, remove the drip with the coffee and getting back to a healthy regime. We did it!