Meet the players behind The International 2015. This series of interviews explores the lives of 14 professional Dota 2 players from around the world, giving a glimpse of the sacrifice, dedication, and camaraderie needed to be among the best of the best.
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Release Date: Nov 12, 2015

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Dota 2 - The International 2015 - Player Profiles
In the summer of 2015, the world's best Dota 2 teams descended on Seattle to do battle in The International. To be skilled enough to compete at The International takes incredible sacrifice and dedication, as well as the trust and camaraderie of your fellow teammates. This series of interviews offers a glimpse at what it takes to be among the best of the best, providing an in-depth look at the lives of 14 players from around the world:

  • EG - Suma1L
  • NAVI - XBOCT
  • Invictus Gaming - Ferrari
  • MVPHot6 - HEEN
  • EHOME - ROTK
  • Cloud9 - NoTail
  • Complexity - zfreek
  • Empire - Alohadance
  • Fnatic - Kecik-Imba
  • LGD - Xiao8
  • Newbee - Mu
  • TeamSecret - S4
  • Vici - fy
  • VirtusPro - FNG

Bonus Content

  • CDEC's Journey to the Majors
  • EG Champions of TI5

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Many will fight. Few will achieve Immortality.

I've been always both frustrated and fascinated by DOTA 2. There are times when I flame, rage, laugh, cry (not really), and be shocked about the gameplay, patches, metagame, bugs, and balance and garbage (pls mr lizard) fixes. Still, I am amazed at how it turned out to be!

Back when DOTA 2 has started, it was beneath the shadows of a larger behemoth that is the League of Legends (LoL ) waaay back. Since LoL was very predominant than DOTA 2, there are few players back then. I was somewhat part of the early Alpha Release and mostly Closed Beta, and it was mostly ridden with bugs, but it was fixed as long as many people complained of it. Still, DOTA 2 was like a toddler back then, with tournaments giving prizes worth just hundreds of bucks, with some reaching thousands of dollars.

Some, like me, felt like DOTA 2 will never prosper, because LoL was in full flight back then. Generally, computers can play LoL because it uses less resources, whereas DOTA 2 requires you to have a more powerful PC than those regular office desktops, which is commonplace to where I live.

Much like the tournaments in LoL and the Majors in CS:GO, DOTA 2 has tournaments of its own, however it's still small compared to the former games, respectively. But it was a start, that a new competitive scene is blooming, albeit a small one.

But then, The International happened. Then it changed.

Now, DOTA 2 boasts the biggest prizepool ever in eSports. The fact that most of the prizepool has been crowdfunded by the staunch DOTA 2 Community gives the fact that people are really supportive of the DOTA 2 Competitive scene.

With the Majors on the rise along with The International, DOTA 2 will become bigger than ever before.

But before that, one must look at the professional players. Some are enthusiasts who wanted to show the world that they are the bestest DOTA 2 Professional team. Others wanted to earn popularity make statuses of themselves. Few wanted the prize money to make a living. But they didn't came and participated just for the money, but they came to achieve what is at stake: the Aegis of Immortality. It is in the Aegis of Immortality that their name will be engraved for all eternity, as long as DOTA 2 is still alive. It is the proof that they struggled through thick and thin, just to be at the top.

Blood (though not really), sweat, money, and tears are shed and wasted just to participate in one of the biggest tournament ever to happen on DOTA 2, rather, to the eSports Scene.

Teams will fight to the bitter end, and one team will emerge victorious. That's how you fight in The International.
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Many will fight. Few will achieve Immortality.

I've been always both frustrated and fascinated by DOTA 2. There are times when I flame, rage, laugh, cry (not really), and be shocked about the gameplay, patches, metagame, bugs, and balance and garbage (pls mr lizard) fixes. Still, I am amazed at how it turned out to be!

Back when DOTA 2 has started, it was beneath the shadows of a larger behemoth that is the League of Legends (LoL ) waaay back. Since LoL was very predominant than DOTA 2, there are few players back then. I was somewhat part of the early Alpha Release and mostly Closed Beta, and it was mostly ridden with bugs, but it was fixed as long as many people complained of it. Still, DOTA 2 was like a toddler back then, with tournaments giving prizes worth just hundreds of bucks, with some reaching thousands of dollars.

Some, like me, felt like DOTA 2 will never prosper, because LoL was in full flight back then. Generally, computers can play LoL because it uses less resources, whereas DOTA 2 requires you to have a more powerful PC than those regular office desktops, which is commonplace to where I live.

Much like the tournaments in LoL and the Majors in CS:GO, DOTA 2 has tournaments of its own, however it's still small compared to the former games, respectively. But it was a start, that a new competitive scene is blooming, albeit a small one.

But then, The International happened. Then it changed.

Now, DOTA 2 boasts the biggest prizepool ever in eSports. The fact that most of the prizepool has been crowdfunded by the staunch DOTA 2 Community gives the fact that people are really supportive of the DOTA 2 Competitive scene.

With the Majors on the rise along with The International, DOTA 2 will become bigger than ever before.

But before that, one must look at the professional players. Some are enthusiasts who wanted to show the world that they are the bestest DOTA 2 Professional team. Others wanted to earn popularity make statuses of themselves. Few wanted the prize money to make a living. But they didn't came and participated just for the money, but they came to achieve what is at stake: the Aegis of Immortality. It is in the Aegis of Immortality that their name will be engraved for all eternity, as long as DOTA 2 is still alive. It is the proof that they struggled through thick and thin, just to be at the top.

Blood (though not really), sweat, money, and tears are shed and wasted just to participate in one of the biggest tournament ever to happen on DOTA 2, rather, to the eSports Scene.

Teams will fight to the bitter end, and one team will emerge victorious. That's how you fight in The International.
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