Reliving the Biggest Moments of TI7By KawaiiSocks on
Reliving the Biggest Moments of TI7

The International 7 had a lot of spectacular moments. From crazy rat plays to perfectly executed chaotic teamfights — the patch allowed for a great variety of different strategies to work and showcased how the game is in almost perfect spot. And this blog is dedicated to capturing the magic of the current Dota and the International 7.

Weekly Courier: Liquid wins TI, Siltbreaker II and Roster Shuffle News
Liquid wins TI, Siltbreaker II and Roster Shuffle News

The International 2017 has concluded, Valve releases Siltbreaker Act II and the roster shuffle has begun.

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Ignored But Not Forgotten - The Unpicked Heroes of TI7By Skim on
Ignored But Not Forgotten - The Unpicked Heroes of TI7

The International 2017 saw 107 different heroes picked across the entire event, 109 were picked or banned. These are record breaking numbers, records set by the event just the year before, at TI6. With a meta so diverse where nearly all 112 available heroes seem situational enough to be picked, one can’t help but wonder what has to be wrong with the heroes that haven’t been considered even once.

Last year, the forgotten heroes of TI6 were the likes of Leshrac, Bloodseeker, Lina and Visage, all of which have been buffed since then and have seen much more play as well. That means, the ignored heroes from TI7 may have a couple of buffs ahead of them.

TI7 Meta RecapBy KawaiiSocks on
TI7 Meta Recap

The International 2017 was a blast. Throughout the tournament we had it all: megacreep comebacks, ultra-aggressive fast-paced games and some extremely close prolonged standoffs that kept us on our heels, all courtesy of a well balanced TI patch. There is absolutely no denying that we got a lot of very varied and exciting Dota that deserves a closer look.

Team Liquid Sweeps Newbee To Win The International 2017 ChampionshipBy eggs on
Team Liquid Sweeps Newbee To Win The International 2017 Championship

After dropping down to the lower bracket early in the tournament, Team Liquid defeated opponent after opponent—the longest run through the lower bracket in TI history—and rose back to sweep Newbee in the grand finals. With TI7 breaking another prize pool record at $24.6 million dollars, Liquid is set to take home $10.8 million.

TI7 Main Event Day 5 Recap: The Final Three Teams and Two New HeroesBy eggs on
TI7 Main Event Day 5 Recap: The Final Three Teams and Two New Heroes

Only three teams remain as TI 7 leads into its final day. Liquid made it to the top 3 in a tournament that has been dominated by Chinese teams, who will end the tournament with 4 out of the top 6 spots. Newbee has a chance to become TI's first two-time champions. Dota fans saw their hero, Dendi, fall to a bot. And Valve introduced two new heroes, Sylph and a Zorro Pangolin.

TI7 Main Event Day 4 Recap: Last Hope of the Western DotaBy KawaiiSocks on
TI7 Main Event Day 4 Recap: Last Hope of the Western Dota

Three elimination matches, with CIS and EU pitted against each other in one branch of the lower bracket and OG taking on LGD in the other. Only five teams remain in the tournament in the aftermath of Day 4. Chinese teams show absolute dominance, taking four out of five spots in the bracket. Team Liquid is the last hope of the Western Dota.

Ti7 Main Event Day 3 Recap: Back to the RootsBy KawaiiSocks on
Ti7 Main Event Day 3 Recap: Back to the Roots

SEA is out, NA is out and now Dota went back to its roots with EU and CIS battling it out on the big stage. Only 8 teams remain, with China once again showing dominant performance. However not all hope is lost for the West.

Ti7 Main Event Day 2 Recap - New Game Announced!By Skim on
Ti7 Main Event Day 2 Recap - New Game Announced!

Day 2 of the main event saw the rise of CIS Dota as both Virtus.pro and Team Empire won their series, edging out potential title contenders. In the meantime, two European teams faced off against one another and TNC is set to face OG in the lower bracket yet again. As a big reveal, Valve announced the release of a new Dota 2 themed card game.

TI7 Main Event Day 1 RecapBy Skim on
TI7 Main Event Day 1 Recap

The International 2017 has finally opened its door at Key Arena and like previous years, 4 teams had to bid farewell at the end of the day. The group stage set the pace with 106 different heroes picked, making this event the most diverse yet. With numerous big names, such as OG and Secret, in the lower bracket, day 1 looked to be a very promising one.

Breaking Down LFYBy Skim on
Breaking Down LFY

LFY has been the most talked team of TI7 so far, with a close to unbeaten record and insane execution, particularly when they destroyed both Kiev Major finalists VP and OG.

TI7 Group Stage Recap: China vs. the WorldBy KawaiiSocks and eggs on
TI7 Group Stage Recap: China vs. the World

To say that the group stage results were unpredictable would be an understatement. OG and Team Secret starting playoffs in the lower bracket, Fnatic not getting to the main event and four out of five Chinese teams starting in the upper bracket. The TI7 main event promises to be exciting.

The First Two Days of TI7By Skim on
The First Two Days of TI7

The International 2017 has so far been a stellar example at how diverse the current patch is. What began last year has remained a trend until this year. Day 2 of last year’s International boasted 88 out of 110 heroes picked, but this year has seen 100 out of 112 heroes picked so far. Additionally, 105 heroes have been picked or banned already as well, tying the record set by TI6 who had this exact number after the entire event.

How To Watch TI7By eggs on
How To Watch TI7

With The International starting its group stages tomorrow, here’s a primer on how to watch the event, and how to keep up with 144 games in the span of 4 days.

TI Preview: The Invited TeamsBy eggs on
TI Preview: The Invited Teams

We’re rounding up our TI Preview this past week with the six invited teams: Virtus.Pro, Evil Geniuses, OG, Invictus Gaming, Team Liquid, and Newbee. Three of them have a chance of being TI's first, two-time champions.

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