Here's a glimpse into the way a two-time TI-winning team approaches the game - from the mind of a TI winner himself.
Esports.gg caught up with the longtime player and coach about his journey, transition into becoming a caster and the newfound struggles that come with it.
On July 10th, the Lower Bracket Finals Western European Qualifiers for The International 2021 wrapped up with OG triumphing over Team Nigma to head to the Grand Final. It was an incredible series. But few expected it to become one of the most-watched Dota 2 events in history.
In October 2020, online rumours emerged about a new Chinese Dota ‘super team’ being formed. Just nine months later, that super team, Elephant, are headed to The International 2021.
In European Dota, there are few more landmark rivalries than the one shared by OG and Team Nigma. Headlining the grand finals of TI9, when the later stack was still Team Liquid, these two orgs are always a treat to watch when they go head to head.
Ponlo reflects on going from scarily accurate predictions on Twitter to TI10 Qualifier analyst for SEA and CN, and his plans beyond