Five days have passed since The International 5 has come to an end. Evil Geniuses defeated CDEC, 3:1, in the grand finals to grab the prestigious Aegis of Champions. The astounding prize pool of over $18 million dollars, the first ever Wild Card team to make it to the grand finals and the first North American team to be awarded The International Championship title are only some of the impressive TI5 features. Navi-Gaming.com have put together a TI5 infographic to walk us through various game-related stats from The International 5 main event.
Over the course of six days and 48 games played on the main stage, at the KeyArena in Seattle, ViCi Gaming and Cloud 9 were engaged in the longest game of the main event, while EG and CDEC played the shortest one.
- Longest Game: 1:10:53 – played between ViCi Gaming and Cloud 9
- Shortest Game: 20:45 – played between Evil Geniuses and CDEC in the second game of the Upper Bracket finals.
- Best KDA average: 5.22 – coming out from CDEC, the runner up team
During the course of the main event, Lina was the most picked hero, being drafted 32 times with a whopping 62.5% win-rate, followed by Dark Seer, which made an appearance 21 times, with a 57.14% win-rate. Unsurprisingly, Leshrac was banned the most – 42 times (33.33% win-rate), followed by Bounty Hunter, banned 28 times with an astounding 92.31% win-rate. Thanks to Team Secret and Evil Geniuses, Techies was picked eight times and banned 23 times.
Three players from CDEC, one from Evil Geniuses and one from ViCi Gaming had the highest KDA averages. Sun “Agressif” Zheng was ranked the highest with an 8.38 average, followed by his teammate Huang “Shiki” Jiwei. Both had impressive games on Gyrocopter, Lina, Ember Spirit and Storm Spirit often with double digit kills and few, if any deaths. Clinton “Fear” Loomis of Evil Geniuses came in third with a 6.43 average, followed closely by CDEC’s Chen “Xz” Zezhi with a 6.12 average. Chen “Hao” Zhihao of ViCi Gaming rounds up the list with a 5.94 KDA average.
Airat “Silent” Gaziev from Team Empire had the highest GPM (931), Evil Geniuses’ Syed Sumail “Suma1L” Hassan had the most kills in a game (22), while Cloud 9’s Johan “BigDaddy” Sundstein had the most deaths in a single game (14).