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Belandrial

Jarrad is the name - or Belandrial/Bela, whichever you'd like. I am a massive e-sports fanatic, following everything from Starcraft to Hearthstone, Pokemon to World of Warcraft and of course, Dota 2, Overwatch and CSGO. I reside on the not-always-sunny but never cold Eastern shore of South Africa in a little place called Durban and spend my days staring blankly at raid bosses, working out team compositions, rolling around with my dogs and watching any and all e-sports that I can. (Sometimes all of these things even overlap). I love gaming - be it learning about metas, playing, watching or reading lore, gaming has always been a massive part of my life; and I'm continuing this with journalism and esport writing.

  • STORIES BY belandrial
  • Notable players who will miss TI9: Part III

    When we talk about The International, many players names spring to mind as we head closer to the ninth iteration of

    SirActionSlacks brings us Midas Mode 2.0

    This year has seen a ton of Dota 2 action and with the second half of the year plus The International

    Notable players who will miss TI9: Part 2

    In just under a month, we will have begun the battle to find the next champion of The International and with

    Royal Never Give Up are heading to The International 2019

    China’s qualifier for The International 2019 came to an end today with the region finding its final squad which will head

    Invictus Gaming eliminated; CDEC Gaming finalists

    After brilliant performances through the group stages of The International 2019 closed qualifier, Invictus Gaming failed to win a single

    Four teams remain to fight in the China TI9 closed qualifier

    TI9 regional qualifiers for China were some of the most intense in the current Dota 2 scene with so many massive

    Virtus.pro set to defend their ESL One Hamburg title

    ESL One Hamburg 2019 is currently the first Dota 2 tournament to proceed The International 2019 and the long running

    BOOM ID crash out of SEA's TI9 qualifier

    Southeast Asia’s closed qualifier for The International 2019 have been going on since yesterday with eight of the region’s teams fighting for

    South America's closed qualifier for TI9 is set

    South America’s final open qualifier has wrapped up and the last two teams to join in at the closed qualifier to

    Mason gets a chance to return to The International with Black Sheep

    North Americas second open regional qualifier was decided in the early hours of the morning and with that the closed qualifier

    Newbee and Serenity complete the China closed qualifier roster for TI9

    China’s Regional Open Qualifier #2 for The International 2019 came to an end a few moments ago and with that, the

    FlyToMoon take the first CIS closed qualifier spot

    CIS had some fantastic teams filling its first open qualifier for The International 2019 but only one spot was available