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Tigers win the DreamLeague Minor

Tigers won the Grand Final against Na'Vi in a hotly contested series.

The DreamLeague Season 10 has come to an end and Tigers have become the first winners of a tournament in the Dota Pro Circuit 2018-19. They played their final against Na'Vi and the series saw the whole five games in the Bo5 tournament.

Game 1

The first game saw Tigers with a surprise Meepo pick. This pick proved useful, as Ahjit with his Meepo became quite unstoppable. Na'Vi's Drow strat did not work against Tigers, and Tigers closed the match within 27 minutes with the score of 44-11.

Game 2

The second game had the opposite story. Na'Vi banned mMeepo and picked Axe on Blizzy. With his impeccable play, this time Na'Vi were the ones wreaking havoc and closed the game with a score of 43-18.

Game 3

It seemed like due to the outcome of the second game, Tigers were a bit tilted. Na'Vi had a 12k net worth advantage at 16 minutes and they decimated Tigers with the final score of 30-6.

Game 4

This game was do or die for the Tigers. Not only was the prize money on the line, but a chance to attend the Kuala Lumpur Major. Tigers seemed collected this match, as they were leading the entire time. Na'Vi put up a good defense, but it wasn't enough against Tigers'  massive gold lead. Na'Vi finally called GG at 38 minutes, and Tigers won 43-18.

Game 5

One would think that the final game would be more competitive. But it was a one sided game as well. Tigers won the laning stage quite exceptionally, and had amassed a huge gold lead. This being the decisive match, Na'Vi threw everything they had at them, at times also making mistakes. Needless to say, it didn't work and Tigers won the match 45-20, also taking the tournament.

Tigers have won $125,000 and 120 DPC points along with the invitation to Kuala Lumpur Major.

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MN | Rudraaksh

MN | Rudraaksh

Rudraaksh is a dentist by trade but a gamer by heart. He’s written for adventure sports website and volunteered for a Germany based newsletter, but is currently taking the esports scene by storm.

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