The dota 2 Stockholm Major has already started. The $500,000 tournament is taking place in Sweden and features two Peruvian representatives: Beastcoast and Thunder Awaken.
Both teams have been playing on the first day of the event, in which Beastcoast sealed a loss and a draw; while Thunder he still has to play his two series of the day.
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As recalled, the ESL One Stockholm 2022 is a competition (also known as Major) that marks the return of Dota 2 tournaments to face-to-face events, after the first competition of the season was canceled earlier this year due to the omicron variant of COVID-19. All the cards and expectations of the creators of Dota, the company Valve, are placed on this Major.
In total they are 10 Peruvians who will seek glory in Sweden. Of them, 5 are part of Thunder Awaken and 4 of Beastcoastwhile the tenth pro-player, Enzo ‘Timado’ Giaonolli, belongs to the North American squad of Team SoloMid (TSM).
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Day 1 – ESL One Stockholm 2022
In his debut, Beastcoast It was measured against OG, the two-time world champions and one of the strongest draws in Europe. The result did not accompany the Peruvians and after two intense games the final score was 2-0 for the Europeans.
Then, in the second series, Beastcoast collided with the Russians of BetBoom Team in search of their first victories. Finally, the national squad tied 1 to 1.
Thus, Beastcoast adds a score of 1 win and 3 losses.
Thunderthe South American champion, is about to face in his first game of the day the powerful Team Liquid from Europe, which is led by the world champion ‘MATUMBAMAN’.
Then, in the second game of the day, Thunder wake up had to face the Europeans from Mind Games, but this last squad did not show up on time with the organizers and the victory was awarded to Thunder.
Thunder Awaken and Beastcoast games
Next, the games that the Peruvians have left to play Thunder Awaken and Beastcoast with the Peru schedules:
Friday May 13:
- Boom Esports vs. Beastcoast – 05:00 a.m.
- T1 vs. Beastcoast – 7:30 a.m.
- Team Spirit vs. Thunder Awaken – 12:40 p.m.
Saturday May 14:
- Beastcoast vs. Tundra – 05:00 a.m.
- Fnatic vs. Thunder Awaken – 10:20 a.m.
- Thunder Awaken vs. Gaimin Gladiators – 12:40 p.m.
Sunday May 15:
- Evil Geniuses vs. Beastcoast – 05:00 a.m.
- Thunder Awaken vs. Team SoloMid – 07:50 a.m.
How much money will the Dota 2 ESL One Stockholm 2022 give away?
The Valve tournament manages a prize pool that amounts to $500,000 and 3,530 points for the Dota Pro Circuit table. The champion, in addition to the glory, will spend a loot of US$200,000 and 680 DPC points.
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Who are the Peruvian players that will arrive at the ESL One Stockholm 2022 of Dota 2?
The Thunder Awaken national team is made up of five professional players from Peru: Christian ‘Pakazs‘Savina, Gonzalo’Darkmage‘Herrera, Raphael’Sacred‘Yonathan, Farith’matthew‘Bridge and Joseph’pandaboo‘Padilla.
On the other hand, the Beastcoast organization has four Peruvians and one Bolivian in its ranks: Héctor ‘K1′Rodriguez, Jean-Pierre’Chris Luck‘Gonzales, Elvis’Scofield‘Cross, Steven’Stinger‘Vargas and Adrian’Wisper‘ Lawns.
Where to watch Beastcoast and Thunder Awaken games?
The tournament has official coverage in Spanish on the Twitch channel ESB_Dota2: