Yesterday evening saw the conclusion of the Group Stages for The International 2015 after four days of extremely intense competition. Following a tie-breaker round between Empire and Virtus.Pro, the Upper and Lower Brackets are now confirmed for the Main Event, with rising stars like Wild Card winners CDEC Gaming joining tried and true fan favourites such as Evil Geniuses, Team Secret, and LGD Gaming in the Top 8. On the flip side, all teams which have previously won The International (with the exception of Alliance) are currently stuck in the Bottom 8, with a few returning champion players sitting comfortably in the Upper Bracket as part of their new teams. A list of all the Upper and Lower Bracket teams can be found below.
Teams in the Lower Bracket will start the Main Event on August 3rd with punishing Best of Ones to decide who is eliminated, while the Upper Bracket teams will compete in Best of Threes, with the Lower Bracket acting as an additional safety net should they lose one round.
If the past four days are anything to go off, The International 2015 could very well be the best and closely matched Dota 2 tournament to date, so make sure you don't miss a moment!
Yesterday's video was child's play. In it, we took a close look at a pair of simple testing environments used to experiment with the Portal gameplay mechanics. In today's follow-up, we're taking a look at the hidden files of the Android port of Half-Life 2: Episode One, released back in December 2014. Alongside the old devtest maps originally featured in our original Android port video, we're analysing and showing off a series of exciting, never-before-seen maps which date back to the developments of Half-Life 2 and Half-Life 2: Episode Two!
Below you will find a couple of images showing a comparison between the beta version and the final retail version of the Mining map, as featured in our video!
Spotlight Exclusive episode, where we examined the unused contents of the Portal Android port, before subscribing to our YouTube channel, following us on Facebook, Twitter, and TwitchTV. Thanks for watching!
Over a year ago, we released a video analysing some previously unseen developer maps accidentally released alongside the Android port of Half-Life 2. Following the recent release of Half-Life 2: Episode Two to the Nvidia SHIELD platform, we decided to investigate the Portal port and check out even more hidden developer maps used for gameplay testing. Let's take a look!
Be sure to come back tomorrow for our third video covering Android developer test maps, where we'll be examining a variety of interesting maps from the Half-Life 2: Episode One port. For now, be sure to to subscribe to our YouTube channel, and to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and TwitchTV. Thanks for watching!
The first day of competition at The International 2015 has concluded with CDEC Gaming and MVP Phoenix securing their positions as the 15th and 16th teams in the Group Stages and the Main Event. After five exciting Best of Three series and some extremely closely matched games, today's result secures both teams at least $52,490 in prize pool money, with their opponents Vega Squadron and Team Archon unfortunately being sent home empty handed.
With the Wild Card event over, tomorrow (Monday 27th July) will see the start of the four day Group Stages, where all 16 teams will compete against each other across two different categories to determine their starting rankings for the Main Event, set to begin on August 3rd 2015. Things are going to heat up pretty fast, so stay tuned to the official International 2015 livestreams to make sure you don't miss a moment!
Despite being part of a relatively quiet week, this weekend has finally brought about the start of The International 2015 Dota 2 tournament. As the focus of this week's Round-Up episode, we're covering the on-going Wild Card event and looking ahead to the Group Stages while also discussing a few small updates for Dota 2, the Reborn Beta, Team Fortress 2, and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive!
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