Dota 2 Canada Cup Season 6 crowned compLexity Gaming the champions. The North American based team outplayed and out-drafted their opponents, seizing a 3:0 sweep for the victory. Their triumph comes just prior to their departure for the Shanghai Major, giving much needed fuel and fire to light their journey.
— compLexity Gaming (@compLexityLive) February 9, 2016
In the Dota 2 Canada Cup season 6 compLexity Gaming seized their championship crown and title over EWolves.
compLexity were able to defeat Digital Chaos 2:1 before they then took down Shazam 2:0. However, the squad was then swept to the lower brackets by EWolves. In the lower brackets they cleaned up Infamous (formerly team Unknown) 2:0 and claimed their place in the grand finals to reface EWolves. This time, the North American team would make sure that they didn’t take any chances to lose and destroyed the South American team 3:0.
The victory was significant for compLexity Gaming, having had recent struggles attaining results in their last three premier LAN tournaments – MDL Winter 2015, StarLadder iLeague and Game Show Global eSports Cup Season 1.
In two weeks the team will begin the group stage process of the Shanghai Major, hoping to change their luck and ignite the momentum and passion needed to obtain top results.
Dota 2 Canada Cup season 6
The sixth season of the Dota 2 Canada Cup featured 16 teams competing for the $20,000 base prize pool which was increased to more than $40,000 through community contributions.
Teams were divided into four groups for the initial group-stage phase. The top two teams from each group advanced to the playoffs.