The qualifiers for Western Europe and Southeast Asia have come to an end as The International 11 is slowly approaching. Now there are only two slots left. These slots will be filled with the Last Chance Qualifier.
Today we'll take a look at the results of the Western Europe and Southeast Asia qualifiers and the teams that will be featured in the Last Chance Qualifier.
Rising star Entity qualifies for The International 11
The balances are changing in Western Europe. Entity continues to exceed expectations with an ever-rising performance. They got the right to qualify for The International 11 with a performance as if they said "Now we are among the best".
Entity's first opponent in the tournament was Alliance. We expected them to win easily and they did. When they faced Team Secret, I thought Team Secret was more likely to beat but Entity defeated 2-0 and advanced to the upper bracket final.
They also showed a great performance against Team Liquid and advanced to the grand final. In the grand final, their rivals were Team Secret again, the region's favourites if you ask me. Incredibly, they defeated their opponents again, with a score of 3-0. They won the Western Europe qualifier without losing a single game and qualified for The International 11.
Starting the season in Division II, Entity will now make their presence felt at The International 11. How long will they be able to continue to put on such a high performance? Perhaps they will get closer to the Aegis, surprising us all.
The teams that qualified for the Last Chance Qualifier from Western Europe are Team Secret and Team Liquid.
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Talon Esports is at The International 11 with a comeback
I couldn't guess the first place correctly in Southeast Asia either. I thought T1 would be first but they were third. I thought Talon Esports would be third, but they finished first. At least I knew that Polaris Esports would be second and the top three teams, that's not bad, right?
Talon Esports started the qualifier by defeating Lilgun and then defeated Polaris Esports 2-0 afterwards to advance to the upper bracket final. Here their rivals were T1. They beat them 2-0 and advanced to the grand final with a magnificent performance.
Talon Esports was losing 1-2 to Polaris Esports in the grand final but they did not give up. They won two games in a row and got their ticket to The International 11. With this result, Polaris Esports and T1 will join the Last Chance Qualifier.
Last two slots left for The International 11
18 of the 20 teams that will take part in The International 11 are now clear. The remaining two teams will be determined through the Last Chance Qualifier. The second and third placed teams from each region will compete in the Last Chance Qualifier, and the top two teams will be the last teams to qualify for The International 11. You can take a look at the teams that will take part in the Last Chance Qualifier below.
- Wildcard Gaming
- Team Secret
- Team Liquid
- Natus Vincere
- Xtreme Gaming
- Vici Gaming
- Polaris Esports
I think the teams that qualify for The International 11 will be Team Secret and Vici Gaming. I'm almost certainly sure about Team Secret but Vici Gaming's strongest rival is Outsiders and then T1. We still remember the tweet of Outsiders, thinking they were directly going to participate in The International 11 as a result of DPC. A quite interesting Last Chance Qualifier is waiting for us. It will be played from October 8 to October 12.
We will be here with different articles as the Last Chance Qualifier gets closer. Stay tuned to Luckbox so you don't miss the latest news about The International 11.