RaidCall Dota 2 League Season 3

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[e][h]RaidCall Dota 2 League Season 3
League Information
Series:
Organizer:
Location:
Spain Valencia
Number of Teams:
8
Format:
Online League Play,
Offline Playoffs
Prize pool:
$10,000 USD
Start Date:
2013-05-20
End Date:
2013-07-17
Dota TV Ticket:
Liquipedia Tier:
Links
Winners
 
 
 
Teams
Alliance • VP • EG • mouz • Na`Vi • Fnatic • Dignitas • Liquid

Overview[edit]

RaidCall Dota 2 League is an 7-week online Dota 2 league run by team Evil Geniuses. Featuring the top eight 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 broadcasted live four days a week by Ayesee and Maelk via OneMoreGame.TV.

Tournament Format[edit]

The third season of the RaidCall Dota 2 League features eight invited Dota 2 teams competing for a prize pool of $10,000 divided under the best 3 teams. Each team will play two matches every week, eventually having played everyone twice. The top six teams of the round-robin stage advance to battle it out in single-elimination online playoffs, and the finals will be held live at DreamHack Valencia. All matches are best-of-three.

Broadcast Talent[edit]

  • Commentators:
    • USA Ayesee (Aaron Chambers)
    • Denmark Maelk (Jacob Toft-Andersen)

Prize Pool[edit]

Participants[edit]

Virtus.pro
1Russia Illidan 
2Russia Crazy 
3Ukraine KSi 
4Russia ARS-ART 
5Russia NS 
Fnatic
1Sweden Era 
2Germany H4nn1 
3Finland Trixi 
4Denmark N0tail 
5Israel Fly 
Alliance
1Sweden Loda 
2Sweden s4 
3Sweden AdmiralBulldog 
4Sweden Akke 
5Sweden EGM 

Results[edit]

League Standing[edit]

League Standings
1. Natus Vincere 11-2 24-8 24 p
2. Alliance 10-3 21-8 21 p
3. mousesports 10-4 21-11 21 p
4. Fnatic 7-7 16-17 16 p
5. Team Liquid 5-9 16-21 16 p
6. Team Dignitas 4-10 13-24 13 p
7. Evil Geniuses 4-10 11-22 11 p
8. Virtus.pro 4-10 11-22 11 p


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Playoff Bracket[edit]

Quarterfinals
Team Liquid
0
Jul 11, 2013 00:00 CEST
Keeper of the Light Anti-Mage Sand King Gyrocopter Beastmaster
Dark Seer Disruptor Enigma Lifestealer Queen of Pain
38m12s
Batrider Weaver Rubick Bane Dragon Knight
Lifestealer Keeper of the Light Puck Bounty Hunter Vengeful Spirit
33m08s
Fnatic
2
mousesports
2
Jul 11, 2013 18:00 CEST
Batrider Gyrocopter Weaver Shadow Demon Leshrac
Treant Protector Dark Seer Jakiro Outworld Devourer Razor
33m35s
Lone Druid Shadow Demon Chen Beastmaster Gyrocopter
Dark Seer Visage Lifestealer Dragon Knight Jakiro
43m46s
Team Dignitas
0
Semifinals
Natus Vincere
2
Jul 12, 2013 00:00 CEST
Gyrocopter Alchemist Visage Bounty Hunter Queen of Pain
Keeper of the Light Puck Shadow Demon Mirana Ursa
49m07s
Lifestealer Dragon Knight Naga Siren Visage Nature's Prophet
Dark Seer Disruptor Morphling Earthshaker Tinker
26m27s
Fnatic
0
Alliance
0
Jul 11, 2013 21:00 CEST
Batrider Enchantress Disruptor Outworld Devourer Phantom Assassin
Lone Druid Puck Gyrocopter Rubick Jakiro
37m52s
Lifestealer Nature's Prophet Enchantress Dragon Knight Windranger
Lone Druid Puck Bane Keeper of the Light Phantom Lancer
33m19s
mousesports
2
Finals
Natus Vincere
3
Jul 17, 2013 20:00 CEST
Enigma Alchemist Dragon Knight Visage Nature's Prophet
Nyx Assassin Puck Lone Druid Spectre Shadow Demon
23m37s
Chen Alchemist Outworld Devourer Rubick Windranger
Keeper of the Light Clockwerk Puck Visage Gyrocopter
27m30s
Jakiro Gyrocopter Storm Spirit Doom Dark Seer
Crystal Maiden Beastmaster Sand King Visage Anti-Mage
42m40s
mousesports
0
3rd Place Match
Fnatic
2
Dec 15, 2013 20:00 CEST
Alliance
1
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Streams[edit]

Live[edit]

Every team will play twice a week resulting in eight best-of-three matches per week. Two matches match will be broadcasted per day, casted by Ayesee and Maelk on OneMoreGameTV. The season will be 7 weeks long.[1] The Finals Weekend will be played live at DreamHack Valencia, July 18-21.

VODs[edit]

External links[edit]

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