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Dota 2: OG.Seed Defeat OG in the WePlay! Pushka League Season 1

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Here's what happened in one of the most anticipated series of the week.


As you probably know, there is a pretty amazing ongoing tournament called WePlay! Pushka League Season 1: Division 1. It features some of the best teams in Europe and CIS, who have come together to play for a $250K USD prize pool.

Each day, we have the chance to watch many fantastic games. However, it’s safe to say that the series today was a little bit more special because we had two teams from the same organization going against each other – OG and OG.Seed.

Even though everyone expected OG to dominate the series, this was not the case at all. After three games full of crazy action, it was the “b squad” that delivered their knock out punch. In fact, this was their first victor of the entire event so far, but despite that, both OGs were eliminated from the tournament.

Game one

The first game between these two teams was a beatdown from Sumail “SumaiL” Hassan and his teammates. They absolutely stomped their enemies and gave them absolutely no chance. As a result, people thought that the same would happen again in game two. However, they were wrong.

Game two

Even though OG.Seed suffered a heavy loss, they didn’t give up. The star for the young squad was none other than Rasmus “Chessie” Blomdin. He was having one of the best games of his career and racked up 25 kills in just 33 minutes. Although OG tried to bounce back a few times, this just didn’t happen and the series went into a final decisive game three.

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Final Game

The final battle between the two teams was truly epic and had nothing in common with the last two. Instead of being one-sided, both teams had equal chances of winning, as neither was able to get a clear lead over the other.

Nonetheless, an unfortunate turn of events for OG gave their enemies a lead. They were able to win two fights in a row and completely turned the game in their favor. As a result, the two times TI champions had no other choice but to call GG.

As we said in the beginning, even though OG.Seed won, they were also eliminated later on. Be sure to watch the remaining days of this epic tournament. However, if you won’t be able to, feel free to follow us on Facebook and Twitter because we will update you with everything that’s important.

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