Sina Cup

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Sina Cup
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Online
Start Date 9 September 2013
End Date 16 September 2013
Teams 8
Version 6.78
Prize Pool 35,000 RMB (~$5,718 USD)
Website Link
Sina Cup Supernova Dota 2 Open
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The Sina Cup Supernova Dota 2 puts two top teams from the qualifiers against professional teams across Asia for a total prize pool of 30,000RMB.
Released September 06, 2013 Patch
Origin Purchase
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Teams[edit | edit source]

Invited Teams






Coverage[edit | edit source]

Streams[edit | edit source]

Commentators[edit | edit source]

English[edit | edit source]

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GoDz
David Parker
Origin: Australia Australia
Language: United Kingdom English
Web page

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LD
David Gorman
Origin: United States United States
Language: United Kingdom English
Web page

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Luminous
David Zhang
Origin: United States United States
Language: United Kingdom English
Web page

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Merlini
Ben Wu
Origin: United States United States
Language: United Kingdom English
Web page




Russian[edit | edit source]

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Dread
Andrej Golubev
Origin: Ukraine Ukraine
Language: Russia Russian
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v1lat
Vitalii Volochay
Origin: Ukraine Ukraine
Language: Russia Russian
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Results[edit | edit source]

Upper Bracket[edit | edit source]

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                   
       
 China Invictus Gaming  2
 China OguraYui  0  
 China Invictus Gaming  2
     China Vici Gaming  1  
 China Vici Gaming  2
 China Rattlesnake  0  
 China Invictus Gaming  2
   
   China LGD Gaming.cn  0
 China TongFu  2
 China New Element  1  
 China TongFu  1
     China LGD Gaming.cn  2  
 China LGD Gaming.cn  2
 Philippines Mineski  0  
 

Lower Bracket[edit | edit source]

Round 1   Round 2   Round 3   Final
    China Vici Gaming 1       China LGD Gaming.cn 0
China OguraYui 1     China OguraYui 0         China TongFu 2
China Rattlesnake 0       China Vici Gaming 0
    China TongFu 1  
    China TongFu 1
China New Element 0     Philippines Mineski 0  
Philippines Mineski 1  
 

Championship[edit | edit source]

Finals
   
 China Invictus Gaming  3
 China TongFu  0

Prize Allocation[edit | edit source]

Place Team Prize
1st China Invictus Gaming 18,000 RMB
(~$2,940 USD)
2nd China TongFu 6,000 RMB
(~$980 USD)
3rd China LGD Gaming.cn 3,000 RMB
(~$490 USD)

Note: All teams also received 1,000 RMB (~$163 USD) for participating.