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Maelstorm named the fourth strongest team DPC 2023: Season 3 for Eastern Europe

Professional commentator Vladimir Maelstorm Kuzminov, as part of the Telegram channel, spoke about the current situation in the first division of DPC 2023: Season 3 for Eastern Europe.

In addition to 9 Pandas, BetBoom Team and Team Spirit, the caster also mentioned

Big four. Many of you are already familiar with the term I introduced in Dota 2. This is a local meme term. The Big Three – three teams in the EEU region – 9 Pandas, BetBoom Team and Team Spirit. The thing is, apart from head to head matches, these teams haven’t lost to anyone and it looks like their heads, or even two, are stronger than other teams in the region, taking all the DPC points (the majority). This only leaves the region in the black, but at least I want someone to put up a fight. However, yesterday I realized that things are worse than they seem. The fact is that there is a fourth team, which is a kind of buffer and insurance. She lost all encounters with teams from the big three, but lost to no one outside of her. This is And this means that if VP BetBoom had beaten Team a few days ago or Team Spirit yesterday, the big three would have just become the big four. Yes, these are in fact the big four as it turns out these 4 teams have not lost to anyone except each other. Conflict? Only on maps, yes.

Vladimir Maelstorm Kuzminov

At the time of writing, 9 Pandas, BetBoom Team and Team Spirit have not lost a single match on DPC 2023: Season 3 for Eastern Europe., in turn, managed only one win in the match against HYDRA.

DPC 2023: Season 3 for Eastern Europe

The First Division of DPC 2023: Season 3 for Eastern Europe will run from May 14 to June 4 in an online format. Eight teams will play for $205,000 in prize money, 1.15,000 DPC points and three tickets to the Major, which will be held in Bali from June 29 to July 9. After that, Valve will host The International 12.

Source: Cybersport Metaratings


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