Midas Mode 2.0 is one of the most anticipated tournaments outside the DPC. Even though it is a “fun” event, in a way that there will be extraordinary stuff going on, the fans seem to love it, which is why when the new DPC was announced, they made countless Reddit threats because it was overlapping with the first qualifiers for the Minor & Major. Luckily, Valve took actions, and now we will have a trouble-free event!
That said, let’s take a look at some of the teams that got announced today.
The first team here is Anvorgesa, which are also the only team from South America. For those of you who don’t know, they played under the name Infamous at TI 9.
Beastcoast is also one of the attendees, but they currently have no roster. However, this might change very soon, so stay tuned! J.Storm is probably the most notable squad here though. In fact, they recently announced their roster, which seems to be very deadly. If you wish to see this team before Midas Mode 2.0, be sure to watch the WePlay! Reshuffle Madness that starts today.
Last, but not least, we have Jacky “EternaLEnVy” Mao’s new stack – Fighting Pepegas. They will try to defend the Canadian flag against their enemies.
TI1 Na`Vi and TI3 Alliance. If you told me that'll be a thing in 2019, I'd have said …
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This is definitely the most interesting region out of all because we have an exceptional surprise.
Midas Mode 2.0 is where we will able to see The International 2013 Champions – Alliance. However, this is not the roster we are used to. Instead, all players who were a part of the TI winning roster will get back together in order to win yet another event. It is really going to be EPIC!
The second team here is none other than our TI 8 & 9 champions – OG. Despite the fact that Topias “Topson” Taavitsainen and Anathan “ana” Pham announced that they would be taking a break, it seems like Midas Mode is just too much fun to miss.
Next, we have the so-called “Streamers team,” which features the most famous Dota 2 streamers – syndareN, Gorgc, SingSing, SexyBamboe and Wagamama.
Even if you don’t usually believe in miracles, it seems like better start believing right now! The last team here is Na’Vi’s TI1 winning roster! This is just mind-blowing because we will be able to witness a rematch of the TI 3’s Grand Finals. Needless to say, this will make every old-school Dota 2 fan’s heart pound.
The first team here is Vici Gaming, which is currently +1 after Pan “Fade” Yi left the team. An interesting fact is that Vici have not participated in Midas Mode before.
Next on the list is EHOME, another very reputable Chinese team.
The last Chinese team here belongs to Xu “BurNIng” Zhilei and is called BurNIng’s Legion. It will feature a bunch of players from different organizations.
Lastly, we have Fnatic, which are the only SEA representatives. However, due to the recent roster shuffles, they will be playing with two stand-ins.