A new russian based team has surfaced on the DotA 2 scene.

The new team, called RussiaXX5 DotA 2 features two former Russia Moscow Five players in the name of Russia Alexei 'Solo' Berezin and Russia Igor 'Nexus' Lisakovsky. The other three players are a bunch of new commers from the scene in the name of: Russia Dimitry 'UnderShock' Bolshakov former Russia VegaSquadon, Russia Ivan 'uBaH' Kapustin and Russia Rinat 'kingR' Abdulin.

With this the new Russia XX5 DotA2 has:

  • Russia Alexei 'Solo' Berezin
  • Russia Igor 'Nexus' Lisakovsky
  • Russia Rinat 'kingR' Abdulin
  • Russia Dimitry 'UnderShock' Bolshakov
  • Russia Ivan 'uBaH' Kapustin
  • The online event played on the SEA servers, Hairy Smash Tournament has ended with a PvZ final game.

    The final saw South KoreaProtoss Arthur take on Zerg iaguz, the korean protoss player take the final game with an easy win and a scoreline of [2-0] after starting out with an advantage since he came out of the Upper Bracket.

    With this win, the protoss player takes home a total of $488 in cash prize.

    Upper Bracket:

    Semifinal

     

    Winners' Final

     

    Grand Final

     
    Winner
                 
    Zerg iaguz            
               
    [2-0] Zerg iaguz        
             
    South KoreaZerg KingKong        
               
         [1-2] South KoreaProtoss Arthur    
           
    South KoreaProtoss Arthur        
         [2-0] South KoreaProtoss Arthur
    [2-0] South KoreaProtoss Arthur    
           
    Zerg PiG     Zerg iaguz  

    Lower Bracket:

    Semifinal

     

    Losers' Final

     

    Winner

             
        Zerg iaguz    
    South KoreaTerran Spear      
       [2-1] Zerg iaguz
    [2-1]    
    Zerg PiG  
           
    Zerg PiG      

    Final prize distribution:

  • 1'st. South KoreaProtoss Arthur - $488
  • 2'nd. Zerg ROOT Gaming iaguz - $244
  • 3'rd. South KoreaTerran Spear - $162
  • 4'th. Team Exile5 PiG - $144
  • 5'th/6'th. South KoreaZerg Team Exile5 KingKong, Zerg DuSt Gaming DemiLove - $81 each
  • 7'th/8'th. Zerg Frenetic Array Wally, Protoss SYF GAMING Frustration - $65 each
  • 9'th/12'th. USAProtoss PSISTORM Gaming sWs, Protoss Lobo, Zerg PSISTORM Gaming EnDerr, Zerg Frenetic Array Crimson - $48 each
  • 13'th/16'th. South KoreaZerg Samsung Galaxy Armani, Protoss Silicon Sports Pezz, Protoss mYinsanity! Blysk, United KingdomZerg fenner - $40 each
  • The north american tournament, USA ChiCraft Winter 2015, a tournament that allows the semi-pro players from Starcraft 2 scene to take a share of cash prize has ended.

    The event featured a total of 32 players has ended up in a TvZ final game.

    The final game saw USATerran Kamker take on USAZerg Honeybear.

    In the end, the terran player has managed to win the final game and took home a total of $250 in cash prize.

    Final prize distribution:

  • 1'st. USATerran Team Ascension Kamker - $250
  • 2'nd. USAZerg Integrity Gaming Honeybear - $125
  • 3'rd. USAZerg Imperative Gaming Sacrilege - $75
  • 4'th. USAProtoss AvilosLisp - $25
  • One of the strongest organization in the Starcraft 2 scene in North America, USA ROOT Gaming has announced new changes in their Starcraft 2 line-up.

    The player that left is long time member and one of the player that has been the most in and out of the team, the mexican terran player Terran MajOr.

    The reason behind this move is uncertain, all that is known is the fact that the player was released from the team before the contract between the two parties expired, this may mean that the organization or the player himself was not satisfied with someting inside the team.

    The player that joined the organization is former France Millenium and USA compLexity zerg player USAZerg goswser.

    The announcement was made on the official website of the team, where it is stated:

    "We are adding Goswser to our SC2 squad as he recently came back into SC2 full time. Since I was on compLexity (he was in the coL academy back then) I've seen him grow and become one of the best Zerg players in North America.

    He recently signed with us for this year and so we're happy to announce him as a part of our team and family.

    We are releasing MajOr from our SC2 roster (this is before his contract expires, as we honestly believe it's in the best interest of both parties). We wish him good luck in the future."

    With this move, USA ROOT Gaming now has:

  • NetherlandsProtoss RooterdaM
  • USAProtoss Astrea
  • USAProtoss Minigun
  • USATerran Illusion
  • USATerran Nathanias
  • South KoreaTerran SuperNova
  • Terran iaguz
  • CanadaTerran MaSa
  • Zerg CatZ (C)
  • USAZerg Sasquatch
  • CanadaZerg Spyte
  • USAZerg goswser
  • South KoreaZerg Hydra
  • NorwayZerg SolO
  • USATerranProtossZerg Caliber
  • USA ROOT Gaming's academy, the USA Seed Academy:

  • Protoss Darkness
  • USATerran Heiwa
  • USATerran SiegeMode
  • SwedenZerg Najzmajs
  • NorwayZerg Prebs
  • USAZerg Baldwin
  • CanadaZerg Regor
  • France Millenium:

  • FranceProtoss Adelscott
  • FranceProtoss Lilbow
  • FranceTerran Dayshi
  • PolandTerran DieStar
  • South KoreaTerran ForGG
  • FranceTerran MarineLorD
  • SpainZerg VortiX (on brake)
  • After losing they star player, South KoreaProtoss StarDust, the swiss based team,  mYinsanity! has announced a new player.

    This new player is former USA ROOT Gaming player Zerg Petraeus.

    The announcement was posted on the official socialization page of the team, where it is stated:

    "Today mYinsanity is happy to announce Mackenzie “Petraeus” Smith as our new Starcraft 2 player.

    Petraeus was already living for a couple of months in our gaming house in Switzerland and after he left his former team ROOT we decided that he would fit perfectly in our team.

    Petraeus is originally from Auckland, New Zealand and has been an active part of the SEA competitive gaming scene since early 2012.

    Before moving to Switzerland he was practicing in the ROOT gaming house in California. Petraeus is a very dedicated player, he is very hardworking and we are sure that with the environment we provide him in our gaming house he will become one of the big players in the Starcraft 2 scene this year!"

    With this move,  mYinsanity! now has:

  • South KoreaProtoss Rain
  • USAProtoss Arium
  • South KoreaTerran jjakji
  • South KoreaZerg Sacsri
  • FinlandZerg Serral
  • CanadaZerg Kane
  • Zerg Niroxs
  • Zerg Zervas
  • Zerg PengWing (C)
  • Zerg Petraeus
  • South KoreaTerranProtossZerg Balloon
  • The  Academy:

  • SwedenProtoss QueenE
  • Protoss Blysk
  • ItalyTerran Narcotic
  • Terran Smile
  • ItalyZerg Reynor
  • SwedenZerg Winter
  • The protoss player from Taiwan yoe Flas Wolves, South KoreaProtoss PartinG has managed to win yet another event and a total of $600 for his win.

    THe final game saw a game between PartinG and South KoreaZerg DongRaeGu.

    The final score saw the protoss player take it with a [3-2] scoreline.

    Bracket:

    Semifinal

     

    Final

     

    Champion

    South KoreaProtoss PartinG        
      South KoreaProtoss PartinG    
    South KoreaProtoss Oz    
       
    South KoreaProtoss PartinG
    South KoreaZerg SoulKey      
      South KoreaZerg DongRaeGu  
    South KoreaZerg DongRaeGu      

    Final prize distribution:

  • 1'st. South KoreaProtoss yoe Flash Wolves Parting - $600
  • 2'nd. South KoreaZerg Invasion eSports DongRaeGu - $400
  • 3'rd. South KoreaProtoss Oz - $200
  • 4'th. South KoreaZerg TCM-Gaming SoulKey - $100
  • The norwegian player, hauling from Netherlands Team LiquidNorwayZerg Snute has managed to win his first event in 2015.

    The event, USA OSC Global Allstars, an american event that featured a total of 32 players had a total of $1.000 in cash prize.

    Snute with his win over fellow zerg player, CanadaZerg Kane has managed to take home half of the sum.

    The event featured two Ro16 brackets, ending in a Ro4 with the winners of the Ro16 being seeded in the Winners Bracket while the runner-ups being seeded into the Losers Bracket.

    The final score saw Snute take it with an easy [2-0] scoreline.

    Final prize distribution:

  • 1'st. NorwayZerg Liquid`Snute - $500
  • 2'nd. CanadaZerg mYinsanity!Kane - $200
  • 3'rd. Zerg ROOT Gaming iaguz - $125
  • 4'th. SwedenZerg Team Property Zanster - $75
  • 5'th/6'th. USATerran coL qzc, UkraineZerg AcerBly - $50 each
  • The "american" player FinlandTerran Polt has managed to win the final game at the European Union ZOTAC Season 4 Final against a protoss player in the name of FranceProtoss Lilbow.

    The final game saw Lilbow have an advantage as he came from the Upper Bracket after defeating same player in the Upper Bracket Final.

    Polt managed to overcome this handicap and took the final with a [3-2] scoreline. 

    For his win, Polt takes home a total of €2.500 in cash prize while the french protoss player had to settle for just €700.

     

    Upper Bracket:

    Semifinal

     

    Winners' Final

     

    Grand Final

     
    Winner
                 
    RussiaTerran Happy            
               
    [1-2] FranceProtoss Lilbow        
             
    FranceProtoss Lilbow        
               
         [2-0] FranceProtoss Lilbow    
           
    South KoreaTerran Polt        
         [2-3] South KoreaTerran Polt
    [2-1] South KoreaTerran Polt    
           
    UkraineTerran Kas     South KoreaTerran Polt  

    Lower Bracket:

    Semifinal

     

    Losers' Final

     

    Winner

             
         South KoreaTerranPolt    
    UkraineTerran Kas      
       [2-0] South KoreaTerran Polt
    [0-2]    
    PolandZerg Nerchio  
           
    PolandZerg Nerchio      

    Final prize distribution:

  • 1'st. South KoreaTerran CM Storm Polt - €2.500
  • 2'nd. FranceProtoss Mill+Lilbow - €700
  • 3'rd. PolandZerg AcerNerchio - €400
  • 4'th. UkraineProtoss Cascade Gaming Kas - €200
  • The event held by FinlandTerran Fuzer has reached the end.

    The final game was between two teammates, in FinlandZerg Serral taking on FinlandProtoss elfi. The final score saw the zerg player taking the final with a [4-2] scoreline.

    For his win, Serral takes home a total of €240 in cash prize.

    Bracket:

    Quarterfinal

     

    Semifinal

     

    Final

     

    Champion

    FinlandProtoss Welmu            
     [3-1] FinlandProtoss Welmu        
    FinlandTerran Satiini        
        [1-3] FinlandProtoss Welmu    
    FinlandProtoss elfi        
     [3-0] FinlandProtoss elfi    
    FinlandZerg Protosser        
           [2-4] FinlandZerg Serral
    FinlandZerg Serral        
     [3-0] FinlandZerg Serral      
    FinlandZerg PuPu      
        [3-0] FinlandZerg Serral  
    FinlandProtoss Jagelius        
    [2-3] FinlandProtoss Ouga      
    FinlandProtoss Ouga          

    Final prize distribution:

  • 1st. FinlandZerg Ence eSports Serral - €240
  • 2'nd. FinlandProtoss Ence eSports elfi - €100
  • 3'rd/4'th. FinlandProtoss New Ro Soft Welmu, FinlandProtoss Ouga - €40 each
  • 5'th/8'th. FinlandTerran RuW Satiini, FinlandZerg Team Menace.fi Protosser, FinlandZerg Micronae Supremacy PuPu, FinlandProtoss Ence eSports Jagelius - €20 each
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