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Bleed eSports plans to pay for DPC slot
The fact that a new company is attempting to break into the Southeast Asian Dota 2 market is encouraging. Sadly, it comes at the cost of a well-known international esports roster giving up their seat, namely T1.
Polaris Esports advanced to the upper bracket of the playoffs of the LCQ TI11
Polaris Esports defeated Tempest in Group A at The International 2022: Last Chance in Dota 2. The meeting ended with the score of 2:0. The team of John "Natsumi" Vargas won the second victory and advanced to the upper bracket of the playoffs.