Category: News Wire Published on Sunday, 21 October 2012 13:31 Written by scaR Hits: 427
Week Two of the inaugral Trinigamers DOTA 2 League proceeded on Saturday. This is where teams would have their opportunity to break even or take the lead on the road to becoming the Kings of the Beta.
Teams were inclined to be prepared well ahead of the 8 PM starting time this week. However, there were a few unavoidable delays. Big Gunz player, Rad, was involved in an automobile accident earlier that afternoon. Luckily Rad escaped unhurt despite extensive damage to the vehicle which had to be towed. We urge all gamers to be careful on the nation's roads. Even with this set back he was able to show up before 9 PM to face Experimental Project and win.
Bloodpack were assembled and ready to go when SideStep Gaming's captain Prodigy sent word that they would have to forfeit the game. This move left them on zero points after two weeks. SideStep seems to have a recurring problem with player availability. Having only used four players so far, league officials are in discussion on possibly allowing a replacment.
TftB showed their resilience against Section 34 with a clean sweep. For an inexplicable reason in both games S34 did not pick a carry. Instead relying on spells and pushing. This worked against them in both encounters, eventually using their creep control to defend while TftB farmed up and stomped their way to victory.
Bloodpack 2 - 0 SideStep Gaming
Big Gunz 2 - 0 Experimental Project
TftB 2 - 0 Section 34
3 Big Gunz
2 Experimental Project
1 Section 34
0 SideStep Gaming
The dust has settled. Leaders are emerging but it's not over yet and no one has an unassailable lead. With three rounds of matches still to go, there's a long road to victory. The battle resumes on Saturday.