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Dota 2: 2022 DPC NA Division I And Division II Week 4 Results

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ESTNN brings Week 4’s brief recaps and results.


The North American region ran through its matches in week 4. Although most games went as expected, we saw some good quality dota. Quincy Crew are sailing ahead followed by Team Undying and Evil Geniuses. Let’s have a look at the results of the matches.

Division I

EG winning and catching up, Undying facing a tough challenge and Quincy Crew playing the very best.

Team Undying Vs  4 Zoomers

Team Undying were struggling in the early minutes of the first game. However, they took control and gained momentum quickly. With a massive lead in the net worth, they won the first match 38-25. Undying also took the second game with Jonathan Bryle “Bryle” Santos De Guia dominating Pangolier scoring 18 kills and zero deaths. The match was over in about 50-minutes with a scoreline of 32-29.

Wildcard Gaming Vs Black N Yellow

Despite having a struggling position in the league, Black N Yellow gave a decent fight to Wildcard Gaming. Both their cores including Luna and Queen of Pain had a good first match, where they won 31-43. Despite a good start, Black N Yellow couldn’t continue the second game with the same confidence. They crumbled badly and Wildcard won 32-12 and the game was over in 25-minutes. The last match also went in Wildcard’s favor with excellent performances from all the players. Black N Yellow struggled to control the match and their picks did not help with that.

Arkosh Gaming Vs simply TOOBASED

Occupying the last spot on the table, simply TOOBASED are struggling in the league. However, their week 4 performances have been impressive. Going against Arkosh, they were in charge of the match with picks like Puck, Gyrocopter and Spirit Breaker. The first match ended with a 33-42 scoreline. The second match also went in favor of simply TOOBASED who picked a dominating lineup comprising Kunkka, Tidehunter and Luna. With a 40-22 score, sT won the series 2-0.

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Evil Geniuses Vs 4 Zoomers

The first match against 4 Zoomers was very one-sided for EG. They won with a scoreline of 14-36 in just over 35-minutes. Artour “Arteezy” Babaev conquered the play on his Terrorblade and also did pretty well on Wraith King in the second game. Zoomers couldn’t do much in the second match as well and lost with a score of 44-18.

Team Undying Vs Quincy Crew

Quincy Crew annihilated Team Undying in the first match. The score was 7-25, and the match was over in under 26-minutes. Credits to Undying for making a big comeback in the second game and winning it 23-11. Enzo “Timado” Gianoli O’Connor’s Morphling went 10-0 with the entire team playing well. All three matches had pretty short scorelines and the third game was no exception. QC won the match 11-24 with Yawar “YawaR” Hassan playing an amazing game with Luna.

Division II

Teletubbies lead the table, with The Cut and Black Ice following them.

Team Magnus Vs KBU.US

Team Magnus struggled as KBU.US won 2-0 against them. The first match saw KBU picking an advantageous draft with QOP and Spirit Breaker against Ember Spirit, Mars and Terrorblade of Team Magnus. The scoreline was 18-31 in a 36-minute match. Heavily in favor of KBU with a score of 32-13, they ended the second game under 26-minutes.

Electronic Boys Vs 5RATFORCESTAFF

5RATFORCESTAFF won the first match with a score of 43-23. The second match saw Electronic Boys bounce back and win 26-46 in a 35-minute game. However, the last match had 5RATFORCESTAFF making a strong return, dominating with their Sven. They won the match 22-41.

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Felt Vs The Cut

The Cut stomped the first match with a scoreline of 20-34 in 42-minutes. Felt couldn’t stop Bristleback and Beastmaster who created a lot of problems for them. The second game was not very different. The Cut won 20-46, dominating the match with Storm Spirit and Mars.

Team Magnus Vs DogChamp

DogChamp came on top against Team Magnus who are scrambling in the DPC League. However, they tried their best against DogChamp. The first match went 30-39 in DogChamp’s favor. The second game was about 40-minutes long with a scoreline of 36-44. DogChamp’s Ursa slaughtered the enemy with a 18-1 score.

5ManMidas Vs KBU.US

One of the most interesting games of the week in NA. 5ManMidas won the first game in a close fight with a score of 40-44. However, the second game was a different story and KBS.US completely dominated 5ManMidas and won 33-15 in 30-minutes. The last match was crazy and KBU looked like they were giving more than what they had in the tank. The game was even in the opening half, but KBU quickly turned it around to gain a high net worth advantage and won 29-39.

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