The Fall Season Finals in Tychy have ended and we take a look back at a spectacular weekend.
We have a champion! Vici Gaming took out Fnatic in the grand final, proving the world that China is still a strong force in the world of Dota 2. Before that, they had also secured confident victories over Alliance and Na`Vi.
Today and tomorrow, the best Dota 2 teams from all over the world will compete at the live event finals of the RaidCall EMS One, taking place in Tychy, Poland. Will the West prevail against the East one more time?
mousesports, not having a complete roster, is unable to attend the finals of the RaidCall EMS One and will be replaced by against All authority
We are happy to let you know that the visitors of the RaidCall EMS One DOTA2 Finals will be able to buy exclusive Dota 2 merchandise from the Secret Shop!
To accomodate the travel schedules of our participants, we have made the decisions to switch Group A and Group B. The groups remain untouched.
We can finally confirm the eigth participant of the RaidCall EMS One DOTA2 Finals: The Chinese top-team Vici Gaming will travel to Poland this weekend!
This weekend, Na`Vi, Alliance, Fnatic and others will meet in Tychy, Poland, to determine our third Dota 2 champion. Sadly, there is a last-minute replacement – and we have the groups for you!
The reigning EMS champions mousesports now field a fully Danish team. Will their new roster be able to keep up with the world's best?
We are sad to announce that Team DK will not be joining us in Tychy for the Fall 2013 season finals of the RaidCall EMS One. A replacement will be announced in the coming days.
We are happy to disclose the on-camera talent for the upcoming DOTA2 Finals of the RaidCall EMS One, taking place on December 7th and 8th.
The Russian Team Empire hasn't had the most stable roster, but the current one is certainly not a pushover.
Being a recent addition to the competitive scene in Dota 2, Sigma is made up of some strong and experienced players. Will the EMS Finals be their breakthrough tournament?
The winner of Group B was no surprise to many, as Alliance took down their opponents and earned the top spot in the group.
We take a look at Fnatic who, next to Na`Vi, also made it out of Group A and qualified for the live event finals of the RaidCall ESL Major Series One.
As we get closer to the Fall 2013 finals of the RaidCall ESL Major Series One, we take a look at all the teams participating in them, starting with Natus Vincere.
Team DK has qualified for the RaidCall EMS One 2013 Fall 2013 Finals. Beating Vici Gaming in the finals of the qualifier, they secured a paid trip to the $35,000 event.
We are happy to reveal the location of the RaidCall EMS One DOTA2 Finals. The finals of the Fall 2013 season will be held in Poland once again, but we have moved to Tychy, a city 20 minutes from Katowice. On the 7th and 8th of December, the qualified teams will fight it out for a prize pool of $35,000.
The RaidCall EMS One is getting more and more exciting! We are proud to reveal that the DOTA2 Finals will feature the winner of our new Chinese qualifier, organized in cooperation with ACE.
The winner of the Nexon Sponsorship League (NSL), South Korea's prime competition for Dota 2, is going to be travelling to Poland to attend the RaidCall EMS One DOTA2 Finals later this year. The EMS is going global!
With the deciding match of Group B, Flip.Sid3 Tactics vs. Team Menace, the group stage of the RaidCall ESL Major Series One comes to an end. So far, five teams have already qualified for the LAN finals!
The group stage of the RaidCall ESL Major Series One is coming to an end this week, and we have a pretty interesting group coming up. Who will be the last European teams to go through to the LAN finals?
This week, the champions of The International 2013, Alliance, will join the action in the RaidCall EMS One. Their opponents will be Flip.Sid3 Tactics, Team Menace and against All authority – and only two teams can go through to the live event finals.
The North and South American qualifier for the RaidCall ESL Major Series One is heading into its final stage: The group stage is over, and now we have four teams left in the battle for a spot at the DOTA2 Finals. Three of them are from the United States while For Sweet Revenge is the only South American representative still in the tournament.
With the first two matches of Group A,we are kicking off the group stage tonight. Starting at 18:00 CEST tonight and followed up with the next matches on Tuesday and Wednesday, we will get to see how the teams of Natus Vincere, Fnatic, ONE and 4 Friends + Chrillee will do on their way towards the live event finals.
We can proudly present the groups of the North and South American qualification for the RaidCall ESL Major Series One. The matches will begin on September 27th and go on until October 6th – culminating in a Best-of-5 grand final that will determine who gets to participate at the DOTA2 Finals over in Europe. Will EG make it once again?
The RaidCall ESL Major Series One enters its next stage! Europe's best teams will face each other in three groups – with the top 2 advancing to the highly anticipated $35,000 LAN finals.
The last cup will decide the fate of many teams. 12 teams advance to the group stage – which ones will it be? From the remaining teams, no one can feel too safe. Well, except for the Serbian team ONE.
RaidCall EMS One Americas is back for Fall 2013! This season, a team from the American continent will again get the chance to travel across the big pond and join the fight for $35,000 at the DOTA2 Finals of the RaidCall ESL Major Series One.
Things are getting heated as the RaidCall ESL Major Series One goes into its third week. After fnatic fell to ONE (ex-iNfernity) in the last cup, they will have to step up their game this time around.