For example, China was the strongest region in Dota II, but its controversies and unpredictable performances are often disappointing. Even though PSG.LGD won the Dota Pro Circuit 2023 (DPC 2023) Tour 2 a undefeated winning streak, it raises question about whether China is even relevant anymore.
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PSG.LGD is the German Major.
PSG.LGD is the first confirmed team to qualify for the Berlin Major, with five-win and zero losses. In both of these series, two rivals have already moved up against team Aster and Invictus, but the final two are the same fate now.
Many fans said that their latest recruits would become a success for LGDs. Nicholas zeal Lim is the new offlaner after the Lima Major 2023 and has delivered the goods.
Even though they look pretty good, this is a big question for the LGD.
After all, the second tour houses three former division two teams after the match-fixing fiasco in China which never ended the division’s expectations. For example, Team Outsiders From CN sits at six games (chose frankly, not so outrageous) since their first divisions debut.
Even so, Ybb Gaming and Vici Gaming, both of the remaining two D2 top seeds, didn’t stand any chance against PSG.LGD.
Every day, it’s just the one who makes it difficult to remember how far it’s gone. PSG.LGD lost in Lima Major, after a two-year losing streak.
Where’s Ame when we need him?
While it is tempting for Wang Ame Chunyu to return to frontlines, he’s truly the Golden Age of the LGDs. In the past few seasons, Ame has been responsible as PSG.LGDs primary force forward, where he has consistently outperformed many hard carry players.
As for Team Secret since the International Eighteen years, Ame was equally key to PSG.LGD. Until now, the PSG.LGD fans have to cope with this younger line-up, even though there are still players such as Cheng NothingToSay Jin Xiang and Zhang Yiping.
Wang-Akhe (long of the year) has inactive since 2022, haven’t Wang been seen since enacted since December 2022.
PSG.LGD vs Team Aster / Invictus Gaming / Invictus.
One of the two remaining series for PSG.LGD is the toughest in China, in 2023. Team Aster consistently went side-by-side against PSG.LGD during the seasons, and even outmatched the latter in recent tournaments. Similarly, Team Aster won third place at TI11 and recently finished seventh at Lima Major, both in the most attractive position.
Due to all the ambiguities in the recent roster change, it’s difficult to predict which team will take over. Especially considering both teams’ best odds and losses against each other.
Despite the rumors of Zhou Emo Yi and the rumors that came to IG, the team’s final success was a simple win for the PSG.LGD. Without the support of the IG fans, their success was largely ignored by the fans. This likely means that IG will get demoted again in Division 2.
On the other hand, PSG.LGD will still likely qualify for TI12 after they snatch first place in all China’s DPC 2023.