DotaPit Season 4 America slot was awarded to compLexity Gaming. The NA team was sitting in the first place position as the groupstage wound up. Digital Chaos and EnemyGG, who were tied for second place, split the final series 1:1 last night, securing compLexity’s first place position. Four teams from the three regions – Europe, SEA and America – will advance to the LAN playoffs in Split, Croatia at the Spaladium Arena March 19 and 20th. Eight teams – four qualified and four invited – will be competing for a portion of the $100,000 base prize pool for the event’s first LAN playoffs ever.
Looks like we are also going to ✈️ Croatia for @DotaPit! 😎 https://t.co/CKTwJkIoNp
— compLexity Gaming (@compLexityLive) January 14, 2016
While halfway across the globe in Minsk, Belarus, compLexity Gaming were able to secure the DotaPit Season 4 America slot without even lifting a finger.
Digital Chaos and EnemyGG were tied for second place behind compLexity Gaming, needing 2 wins to usurp the team.
The last match between the two hopefuls took place last night, resulting in a split series result of 1:1
The tie left compLexity Gaming in first place and gave the spot for the LAN to them.
compLexity Gaming is currently competing in StarLadder iLeague StarSeries LAN playoffs in Minsk, Belarus. The new formation is making their LAN debut. The organization welcomed Swedish brothers, Rasmus “Chessie” Blomdin and Linus “Limmp” Blomdin for the new season, reviving most of the HoN StayGreen roster from 2013-2014. Simon “Handsken” Haag also joined the mix.
Kyle “swindlemelonzz” Freedman
Zakari “freek” Freedman
Rasmus “Chessie” Blomdin
Linus “Limmp” Blomdin
Simon “Handsken” Haag
DotaPit Season 4 Qualifiers
Europe is the last region to get underway with the DotaPit Season 4 qualifiers. The event started two days ago on January 12th between HellRaisers and STARK. STARK swept through the CIS team 2:0 to take the series and the lead, kicking of the groupstage.
SEA has already finished, giving MVP.Phoenix the invite. MVP.Phoenix ranked first in the group after taking two wins and two draws to total eight points. They outranked Mineski, who came in behind them with six points and Fnatic, who placed third with five points.
Dota Pit Seaon 4 LAN Finals teams
A total of 8 teams will be participating in the LAN event:
- 4 Direct Invites (Virtus.Pro, Team Secret, OG, TBD)
- 2 European qualified teams (TBD, TBD)
- 1 Americas qualified team (compLexity Gaming)
- 1 South East Asian qualified team (MVP.Phoenix)
Dota Pit Season 4 LAN Finals
LAN finals in Croatia at the Spaldaium Arena in Split, Croatia. The venue boasts a 10,000 seat capacity and was built in 2008 as a state of the art arena.
Dota Pit Season 4 LAN Tickets
LAN Tickets are now available for purchase
Dota Pit League Season 3
Evil Geniuses triumphed over Cloud 9, 3:0, in the grand finals of the Dota Pit Season 3 competition, taking the championship title and the first place prize of $125,224.
Dota Pit League Season 3 prize pool
- 1st place – $125,224 – Evil Geniuses
- 2nd place – $56,680 – Cloud 9
- 3rd place – $39,544 – Virtus.Pro
- 4th place – $21,090 – Ninjas in Pyjamas
Swindlezz lolApril 20, 2016 at 6:20 pm