Mineski climbed up to the fourth place in the DPC standings with their win at DAC 2018. The SEA team will be looking to repeat their performance in yet another Dota 2 Major at the ESL one Birmingham.
None other than @MineskiProTeam complete the #ESLOne Birmingham direct invites – welcome to the UK!https://t.co/eA04Nl3cdN pic.twitter.com/FtP8wzUexm
— ESL Dota2 (@ESLDota2) April 10, 2018
They are the sixth and last team to receive a direct invite to the tournament.
The team of the hour has just finished an amazing run at DAC 2018, securing themselves their first Major trophy of the Dota Pro Circuit. Thanks to their recent success, their victory at the PGL Open Bucharest Minor at the start of the season and a couple of Top 4 finishes, they have now passed the likes of Newbee and Vici Gaming for fourth place in the current DPC rankings, giving them a comfortable position when it comes to TI8 invites. But with a number of big tournaments still on the horizon, it’s too early to celebrate for Mineski, as every performance counts.