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Dota 2 ESL One Malaysia 2022: short summary
Dota 2 ESL One Malaysia 2022: short summary
The tournament began on August 23 and ended on August 28. The prize pool was $400,000, with $175,000 available for first place, almost half of the total prize pool. The tournament was attended by 12 teams, 7 of which received direct invitations, and 5 were selected through qualifications: OG, Aster, Team Secret, Fnatic, Entity, ThunderAwaken, Nigma Galaxy, TSM, BOOM, Talon Esports, Alliance, Team Liquid.
Maelstorm: "Fnatic continue to amaze me very much"
Russian Dota 2 commentator Vladimir "Maelstorm" Kuzminov spoke about Fnatic's performance at ESL One Malaysia 2022. On the first map against the showdown, Fnatic had a 26k gold advantage. BOOM Esports won back but failed to complete the map in their favor. Fnatic started their run at ESL One Malaysia 2022 with a win.