The International 2013: Solo Tournament

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The International 2013: Solo Tournament
League Information
Organizer: Valve
Event Type: Offline
Format: 1v1, Single Elimination
Start Date: 2013-08-02
End Date: 2013-08-08
Website: dota2.com
Teams
Number of Teams: 8


Format[edit]

Each player will be placed into a bracket without any official seeding and play a best of 3 one vs. one mid only mirror match up, meaning that both players will play the same hero and are restricted to play in the middle lane only. The winner is the player who first gets two kills or destroys two towers.

The side, Radiant or Dire will be decided with a coin toss and winning player gets to chose sides and then alternate. The heroes of the first two rounds are decided with a draft and if a third and final game is needed, Shadow Fiend will be the default hero.

Drafting[edit]

To decide what hero is to be played both players pick two heroes, ranking them one and two. If the players pick four different heroes the highest ranked hero of each player will be played. If only one hero is the same, the ones that are not the same are used. Shadow Fiend is not draftable since he is reserved for an eventual game 3.

Special rules[edit]

Not allowed[edit]

Allowed[edit]

Participating Players[edit]

Before the tournament Valve released a compendium in the Dota 2 shop, the owners of these compendiums got to vote for the players that are to participate in the tournament.

Participating Players
Natus VincereDendi Invictus GamingFerrari_430 Alliances4 MousesportsFATA-
OrangeMushi TongFuMu LGD Gamingxiao8 Team Zenithiceiceice

Schedule[edit]

  • Playoffs
    • Aug 2nd 19:00 PDT: Round of 8 to Semifinals
    • Aug 5th TBD: Last game of Ferrari_430 and Mu in the Ro8, plus the subsequent Semifinal against iceiceice, due to technical issues on Aug 2nd.
  • Finals
    • Aug 8th 24:00 PDT: Finals

Results[edit]

Quarterfinals
 Ukraine Dendi
2
 Germany FATA-
1
 Malaysia Mushi
2
 China xiao8
1
 Sweden s4
1
 Singapore iceiceice
2
 China Mu
1
Semifinals
 Ukraine Dendi
0
 Malaysia Mushi
2
 Singapore iceiceice
2
Finals
 Malaysia Mushi
0
 Singapore iceiceice
2

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