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Dota 2 Champions League Season 2

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Tournament icon Dota 2 Champions League.png Dota 2 Champions League Season 2
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Champions League Season 2 will feature 10 top teams from Europe and North America fighting for $50,000! Includes the Gladiator's Revenge set plus every ticket purchased increases the prize pool by $2.50!
Start Date:9 February 2014
End Date:15 April 2014
Teams:10
Version:6.80
Prize Pool:~$125,000 USD
Website:Link
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Teams[edit]

Invited Teams






Qualified Teams

Winner of Fan Vote





Note: World Speed Gaming became World Cloud9 during the tournament.

Coverage[edit]

Streams[edit]

VODs[edit]

Commentators[edit]

Ayesee
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Aaron Chambers
Origin: United States United States
Language: United Kingdom English
Web page
The Capitalist
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Austin Walsh
Origin: United States United States
Language: United Kingdom English
Web page
Luminous
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David Zhang
Origin: United States United States
Language: United Kingdom English
Web page
Sneyking
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JingJun Wu
Origin: United States United States
Language: United Kingdom English
Web page




TobiWanKenobi
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Toby Dawson
Origin: Australia Australia
Language: United Kingdom English
Web page






Results[edit]

Group Stage[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team M G W L Pts
Russia Team Empire 4 9 8 1 8
Sweden Alliance 4 10 7 3 7
Europe Fnatic 4 9 5 4 5
Russia RoX.KIS 4 8 2 6 2
Europe Sigma.int 4 8 0 8 0
2014-2-10 Empire Russia > Russia RoX Watch part 1, part 2  
2014-2-10 Empire Russia > Russia RoX watch  

2014-2-12 Alliance Sweden > Europe Sigma.int watch  
2014-2-12 Alliance Sweden > Europe Sigma.int watch  

2014-2-16 Fnatic Europe < Russia Empire watch  
2014-2-16 Fnatic Europe < Russia Empire watch  

2014-2-18 Sigma.int Europe < Russia RoX (walkover)  
2014-2-18 Sigma.int Europe < Russia RoX (walkover)  

2014-2-24 Alliance Sweden < Europe Fnatic watch part 1, part 2  
2014-2-24 Alliance Sweden > Europe Fnatic watch  
2014-2-24 Alliance Sweden > Europe Fnatic watch  

2014-2-26 Sigma.int Europe < Russia Empire (walkover)  
2014-2-26 Sigma.int Europe < Russia Empire watch  

2014-3-2 Fnatic Europe > Russia RoX watch  
2014-3-2 Fnatic Europe > Russia RoX watch  

2014-3-4 Alliance Sweden < Russia Empire watch  
2014-3-4 Alliance Sweden > Russia Empire watch  
2014-3-5 Alliance Sweden < Russia Empire watch  

2014-3-10 Alliance Sweden > Russia RoX watch  
2014-3-10 Alliance Sweden > Russia RoX watch  

2014-3-10 Fnatic Europe > Europe Sigma.int watch  
2014-3-10 Fnatic Europe > Europe Sigma.int watch  


Group B[edit]

Team M G W L Pts
Ukraine Natus Vincere 4 12 8 4 8
World Cloud9 4 12 6 6 6
Russia Virtus Pro 4 10 6 4 6
United States Team Liquid 4 10 5 5 5
Belarus Power Rangers 4 10 2 8 2
2014-2-9 Liquid United States > Belarus PR watch  
2014-2-9 Liquid United States > Belarus PR watch  

2014-2-11 Na'Vi Ukraine < Russia VP watch  
2014-2-11 Na'Vi Ukraine > Russia VP watch  
2014-2-11 Na'Vi Ukraine > Russia VP watch  

2014-2-13 C9 World > United States Liquid watch  
2014-2-13 C9 World < United States Liquid watch  
2014-2-13 C9 World < United States Liquid watch  

2014-2-17 VP Russia > Belarus PR watch  
2014-2-17 VP Russia > Belarus PR watch  

2014-2-19 Na'Vi Ukraine < United States Liquid watch  
2014-2-19 Na'Vi Ukraine > United States Liquid watch  
2014-2-19 Na'Vi Ukraine > United States Liquid watch  

2014-2-23 C9 World > Ukraine Na'Vi watch  
2014-2-23 C9 World < Ukraine Na'Vi watch  
2014-2-23 C9 World < Ukraine Na'Vi watch  

2014-2-25 Liquid United States < Russia VP watch  
2014-2-25 Liquid United States < Russia VP watch  

2014-2-27 C9 World > Belarus PR watch  
2014-2-27 C9 World < Belarus PR watch  
2014-2-27 C9 World > Belarus PR watch part 1, part 2  

2014-3-2 Na'Vi Ukraine < Belarus PR watch  
2014-3-2 Na'Vi Ukraine > Belarus PR watch  
2014-3-2 Na'Vi Ukraine > Belarus PR watch  

2014-3-5 C9 World > Russia VP watch  
2014-3-5 C9 World < Russia VP watch  
2014-3-5 C9 World > Russia VP watch  


Knockout Stage[edit]

  Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                     
  Russia Team Empire
  (bye)
  Russia Team Empire 1
  World Cloud9 3
  Europe Fnatic 1
  World Cloud9 3
  World Cloud9 1
  Ukraine Natus Vincere 3
  Russia Virtus Pro 1
  Sweden Alliance 3 3rd place match
  Sweden Alliance 2
  Russia Team Empire 3
  Ukraine Natus Vincere 3
  Ukraine Natus Vincere   Sweden Alliance 1
  (bye)

Prize Allocation[edit]

Final Prize Pool: $125,000 USD
Place Team Winnings Percent
A11st  Natus Vincere Natus Vincere
Ukraine
$62,500 50%
A22nd  Cloud9 Cloud9
World
$31,250 25%
A33rd  Team Empire Team Empire
Russia
$18,750 15%
A44th  Alliance Alliance
Sweden
$12,500 10%

Note: 25% of the DotaTV ticket sales went towards the prize pool. See this page for updated information.