OG conquered the trail of coming back to The International 10 (TI10) after they managed to outlast Tundra Esports in a five-game classic, now having the chance to pull off a three-peat in the grandest DOTA 2 stage in the world.
OG vs Tundra Esports
The defending champs won games 2, 4, and 5, in which they were the ones who forced a deciding game 5 after Tundra Esports notched the win in games 1 and 3 to put themselves in match point as early as game 4.
OG made it to the upper bracket finals but lost to Tundra in two games which sent them down the lower bracket. They defeated Team Nigma first in the lower bracket finals, 2-1, before they qualified in the grand finals later that night.
Chance For Three-Peat
Now qualifying again in TI10 without Anathan "ana" Pham and Jesse "JerAx" Vainikka who were their players from the last OG championship roster, the team, headed by the returning Syed Sumail "SumaiL" Hassan and veteran Johan "n0tail" Sundstein would look forward to bring home the crown for a possible third time after winning it in the last two installments of TI - the very first in history, if it would happen.
OG will be joining Alliance in TI10 as the Western Europe representatives who will compete in the biggest DOTA 2 tournament in the world which will be held in Bucharest, Romania from October 7 to 17, 2021 with a massive $40 million (£28,771,804) prize pool.
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