The first teams to qualify for the ESL One Los Angeles are Evil Geniuses, Thunder Predator, Fnatic and Geek Fam
Evil Geniuses, as expected, dominated the region of North America. The Tal “Fly” Aizik squad had a smooth run on the closed qualifier group stage.
With a clean 2-0 finish against Mao’s Jacky “EternaLEnVy” squad, Evil Geniuses started strongly in playoffs. EG advanced the upper bracket finals to bring the first ticket to ESL One Los Angeles. Chaos Esports Club was knocked down.
In the recent grand finals of DreamLeague Season 13, the Evil Geniuses fell short. In the third major Dota Pro Circuit tower of this season, the powerhouse team will return stronger.
In the battle of business partners, Chaos Esports Club came out victorious. This made Chaos in the NA area the last spot.
With its impressive closed qualifiers in the region of South America, Thunder Predator surprised the fans. The team had a long run as the team won their regional qualifier place by taking the open qualification. the direct invitations.
Thunder Predator has put on teams including Pain Gaming and the Beast. After a 2-0 victory on the Beastcoast, the squad won a ticker for ESL One Los Angeles.
In the lower bracket final, the Beastcoast dominated FURIA Esports in order to be successfully ranked third.
The qualifications of Southeast Asia were closed with exciting games and surprising upheavals.
In the Dota Pro Circulus list, TNC Predator holds the top spot. The team may not keep it long, because it was not qualifying for ESL Los Angeles.
Fnatic struggled a little during the team level but could win the series in the playoffs against Team Adroit. Team Adroit, however, was affected by connectivity problems causing the team to abandon the first game.
While, during the closed qualifier, Geek Fam brought his A-game. After their superlative play, the team has qualified first in a major tournament. A former TNC Predator player Carlo “Kuku” Palad’s current Team is Geek Fam.
Team Adroit has won IO Dota 2 after an anticlimactic series against Fnatic, to ensure that Southeast Asian teams finally get the spot.
On February 14 the Chinese regional qualifier began with teams including Invictus Gaming, Team Aster and Newbee
Vici Gaming decided to skip ESL One in Los Angeles to take a break with its players after winning the DreamLeagues Season 13.