RaidCall Dota 2 League Season 2

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RaidCall Dota 2 League Season 2
League Information
Organizer: Evil Geniuses
Sponsor: RaidCall
Intel
Monster Energy
Sapphire Technology
Event Type: Online
Prize pool: $10,000
Start Date: 2012-12-12
End Date: 2013-04-10
Website: http://d2l.evilgeniuses.net/
Dota TV Ticket: $5.99
Winners
 Team Liquid
 Team Dignitas  Team Empire
Teams
Number of Teams: 12
Empire • Pulse • EG • mouz • WhA • Fnatic.EU • Dignitas • Liquid • Na'Vi • dd • mTw • nth


Overview[edit]

RaidCall Dota 2 League is an 11-week online Dota 2 league run by team Evil Geniuses. Featuring the top twelve Dota 2 teams in the world battling it out for a portion of the $10,000 seasonal cash prize. The league will be commentated and broadcast live six days a week by Ayesee and Draskyl via OneMoreGame.TV.

Tournament Format[edit]

The second season of the RaidCall Dota 2 League features twelve invited Dota 2 teams competing for a prize pool of $10,000 divided under the best 3 teams. Each team will play a different team every week, eventually having played everyone once. The top four teams of the round-robin stage advance to battle it out in double-elimination playoffs. All matches are best-of-three. The group standings are determined by number of match wins, then number of game wins. If teams are still tied under those two criteria at the end of the round robin, a tiebreaking Bo3 will be played to determine standing.[1]

Prize Pool[edit]

Place Prize (USD) Team
1st $5,000 Team Liquid Team Liquid
2nd $3,000 Team Dignitas Team Dignitas
3rd $2,000 Team Empire Team Empire

Invited Teams[edit]

Invited Teams
Team Empire Team Empire Virtus.pro Virtus.pro1 Evil Geniuses Evil Geniuses Mousesports mousesports
Fnatic Fnatic.EU Team 3DMAX Team 3DMAX1 Team Dignitas Team Dignitas Natus Vincere Natus Vincere
Team Liquid Team Liquid DD.Dota DD.Dota MTw Mortal Teamwork No Tidehunter No Tidehunter
Full team rosters are available here.
1 Due to We haz Asian and Pulse eSports disbanding, Virtus.pro and 3DMAX were invited to replace them.[2]

Results[edit]

League Standing[edit]

League Standings
1. Team Empire Team Empire 9-2 20-8 20 p
2. Team Dignitas Team Dignitas 8-3 19-7 19 p
3. Fnatic Fnatic.EU 8-3 17-8 17 p
4. Team Liquid Team Liquid 8-3 17-8 17 p
5. Mousesports mousesports 7-4 16-10 16 p
6. No Tidehunter No Tidehunter 6-5 15-13 15 p
7. Natus Vincere Natus Vincere 6-5 13-12 13 p
8. Virtus.pro Virtus.pro 5-6 12-12 12 p
9. Evil Geniuses Evil Geniuses 5-6 10-12 10 p
10. DD.Dota DD.Dota 3-8 6-18 6 p
11. Team 3DMAX Team 3DMAX 1-10 5-20 5 p
DNF. Re-defining Madness Re-defining Madness 1 0-11 0-22 0 p

1 Former Mortal Teamwork, who disbanded as well and did not finish. [3]

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Playoff Bracket[edit]

Semi-finals
Team Empire Team Empire
1
Team Liquid Team Liquid
2
Team Dignitas Team Dignitas
2
Fnatic Fnatic.EU
0
Winner's Finals
Team Liquid Team Liquid
0
Team Dignitas Team Dignitas
2
Loser's Round 1
Team Empire Team Empire
2
Fnatic Fnatic.EU
1
Loser's Finals
Team Liquid Team Liquid
2
Team Empire Team Empire
0
Grand Finals
Team Dignitas Team Dignitas
1
1
Team Liquid Team Liquid
0
3


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Streams[edit]

Live[edit]

Every team will play once a week resulting in six best-of-three matches per week. One match will be broadcasted per day, casted by Ayesee and Draskyl on OneMoreGameTV. The season will be 11 weeks long.[4] The Finals Weekend is a live studio-produced broadcast. All tournament matches as well as replays are also available on DotaTV.

VODs[edit]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

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