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Dota 2: C9, Liquid, and Thunder Predator round up the Dota Summit 12 Invites

Here are the last three teams that will be taking part in this event.

Yesterday we announced the first three teams  invited to this event, now we know the names of the rest. Even though they are not as flashy as the other ones, we can definitely expect this to be a very interesting tournament.

So, here are the three new teams that will be playing in this event.

Team Liquid

The performance of this European Powerhouse in the last couple of months has been a rollercoaster of emotions. Although they had some pretty strange results, they’ve often played incredibly and showed everyone that they have what it takes to be among the best. Unfortunately, Max “qojqva” Bröcker and his team-mates couldn’t qualify for the third set of the DPC events. Hopefully, they will be able to make something happen at the Dota Summit 12.

C9

Cloud Nine is perhaps the most interesting name in Dota 2 right. Those of you who’ve followed the Dota 2 scene for a long time might remember C9’s golden days with Pittner “bOne7” Armand in the roster. Sadly, after a serious of unsuccessful results, the organization decided to give up on Dota 2 and focused on other games.

However, a few years later and we now have a new roster on our hand. This time, the team features a pretty interesting combination of NA and EU players. Perhaps the most notable ones are Jacky “EternaLEnVy” Mao and Jingjun “Sneyking” Wu. Both of them joined after they’ve left Fighting PandaS a couple of days ago. In addition to them, we have Marcus “Ace” Hoelgaard, Rasmus “MISERY” Filipsen and Johan “pieliedie” Åström.

Thunder Predator

The last team we have in our roster is TP. Although they haven’t won anything yet, the South American roster is definitely capable of delivering a nasty surprise.

Before the Dota Summit 12 begins, we will be able to watch the StarLadder ImbaTV Season 3 Minor. The event began today, so be sure to catch some hot series live on StarLadder’s Twitch channel.

 

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