Four-way markets between some of the most changed teams in the Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) Western Europe (WEU) – OG, Team Secret, Nigma Galaxy and Tundra Esports – have been settled after six BO1 matches. By beating every competitor for the day, Tundra Esports rose to the top to take third place. On the other hand, Nigma Galaxy couldn’t resist much to lose all of its matches. Team Secret and OG fought in the final BO1 to finish in the all-important fourth and it was the latter who executed his strategy perfectly to claim the victory. With this, the DPC WEU 2021-22 Tour 1: Division 1 has come to an end.
Tundra Esports and OG take the lead in DPC WEU’s four-way match
Since all four teams finished the tournament with three wins and four losses, it took a four-way draw with six nonstop BO1s to decide who finished fourth through sixth.
To start the day, OG took on Tundra Esports. The two teams just played the final series of the tournament on January 19, where Tundra Esports emerged as the clear winner. Tundra Esports beat OG again, this time using Leon”Ripe“Kirilin’s midnight stalker.
As the match continued, Nigma Galaxy and Team Secret fought it off. Nigma Galaxy has won four straight series in regular league games, and this caravan has started by beating the original Team Secret. This time, however, Clement “Puppey” Ivanov prepared and crafted a great ranged-focused draft to gain the edge and win the game.
Next is OG vs. Nigma Galaxy. Nigma Galaxy needed a win to continue the dispute and it placed all its eggs in Amer”Miracle-“Basket of al-Barkawi, mid laner Medusa. However, Nigma Galaxy didn’t open the space they needed and was run over by someone carrying a Templar Assassin and a Storm Spirit.
Then it was time to invite the winners of their first match against each other. Tundra Esports vs Team Secret. Taking advantage of a solid and comprehensive playstyle, Tundra Esports once again played clean to win.
Tundra Esports has two wins and is ready to finish in third place when facing Nigma Galaxy, a team that is no longer a top contender. Nigma Galaxy should pick mid lane Rubick for Miracle- and terrible laning phase. The remaining two lanes also yielded no results. Tundra Esports ended this 26-minute match with 51 kills to Nigma Galaxy 6. Miracle-KDA was 0-10-3, and Igor”iLTW“Filatov’s KDA Medusa is 0-16-1. Tundra Esports completely tore through Nigma Galaxy.
OG and Team Secret played the last BO1 match with 4th place overall. Both teams entered the competition with solid drafts, but OG’s Snapfire, Slardar, and Phantom Assassin tactic succeeded despite their lagging early game. Artem”Yuragi“Golubiev’s Phantom Assassin found the fateful Double Damage rune as soon as he completed his BKB, and it turned out to be
Here is what the final scoreboard of the WEU DPC 2021-22 Tour 1: Division 1 looks like.
Although there are no Majors this year, this tiebreak is especially important for the online tournament that is supposed to take place next month. Caster Dota 2, Shannon”SUNSfan“Scotten recently stated that according to his sources, which includes organizations from different regions, the top four teams from each of the six Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) (Division 1) regions will compete in online regional tournaments with $100,000 in prize money, however, at the time of this writing, Valve has yet to announce alternative tournaments.
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