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  • ONE Esports confirms more epic Dota 2 teams for their Singapore event

    Singapore is in for a massive tournament later this year with two more huge teams confirmed for the ONE Esports Dota

    PSG.LGD - Fei: "we are also actively trying to get Xiao8"

    With The International 2019 behind us, we’ve moved into a rather interesting post TI roster shuffle period with many massive

    ONE Esports confirms the first two invites for its Singapore leg

    Back in July we had an announcement of a new Dota 2 tournament coming up in Singapore and Jakarta, the

    Coach QQQ leaves PSG.LGD, the team will skip the first Major of the new season

    PSG.LGD Gaming officially announced today the departure of their coach Yao "QQQ" Yi from the team. According to the extended

    Chinese and western communities reactions to OG’s back to back TI victory

    The year of 2019 will go down in the history of Dota 2 as the one when The International has

    PSG.LGD will not get a grand final rematch against OG at TI9

    From eighteen teams just a few days ago, we're down to the final three as the final day of TI9

    OG defeat Evil Geniuses 2-1 to setup a TI8 rematch with PSG.LGD

    OG made it a repeat of TI8 as they defeated Evil Geniuses 2-1 in the upper bracket semi-finals, just as

    PSG.LGD secure a guaranteed top 3 finish at TI9

    Shanghai, China played host to The International 2019 and on Day 3 the Upper Bracket would see two powerhouses of

    Maybe at TI9: “Playing against Virtus.pro is fun”

    The International 2019 Main Event began today, Monday, August 20 with the crowd favorites, PSG.LGD fighting against Virtus.pro for a

    TI9 group stages day 2 round-up: OG and PSG.LGD flourish, EG recover, Infamous surprise, Liquid and VP in trouble

    Day 2 of the TI9 group stages is over and we've seen some crazy results in Shanghai giving us an

    TI9 team profile: PSG.LGD, the wounded Huskar

    TI8 will go down in history as one of the best Tis ever to take place as and the fact

    China goes hard on TI9 practice: $400 fines for using phones, no social media apps allowed

    The International, Dota’s most important annual tournament is held this year for the first time ever in China. The proverbial