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The most productive players of the central corridor in the EEU qualifiers among "underdogs"
The most productive players of the central corridor in the EEU qualifiers among "underdogs"
Qualifying for The International every year is an event that Dota fans look forward to every season. This year, the format of the qualifiers has changed a little since the selection for all interested teams was canceled, in fact, teams consisting of the first or second division of the corresponding region could get to The International. 14 teams took part in these qualifications.
Lil's results at EEU qualifiers
Lil's results at EEU qualifiers
Ilya Ilyuk, better known under the nickname Lil in Dota 2. Ilya has been playing on the professional stage since 2014, he is a well-known media player who has played in many squads during his career, from the most high-profile and memorable Virtus.Pro (2016-2018) and Natus Vincere (2018). It is believed that Lil had the peak of his career in Virtus.Pro, because this roster was nicknamed "golden" in the community. At that time, Ilyuk showed himself with toxic statements in the direction of his opponents. After Lil moved to Natus Vincere, the team's results deteriorated significantly, which was a complete failure for the player.