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How Embattled BetBoom Earned The Last Direct Invitation To TI12


Following a roller coaster ride over the past few days, BetBoom has finally – and officially – qualified to The International 12.

Quest Esports elimination from the Bali Major at the hands of Team Liquid in the lower bracket semifinals handed BetBoom the last and final direct invitation to Dota 2’s most prestigious event set for October.

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The Western Europe squad had the chance to secure their ticket to TI12 had they won against Team Liquid but the latter proved to be much stronger, coming out with a 2-1 win before beating Tundra Esports to make their way to the Bali Major grand finals.

BetBoom actually already secured its spot in TI12 after beating Tundra Esports in the first round of the lower bracket but the result of the series was eventually overturned after Ivan “Pure” Moskalenko was caught stream-sniping in the match.

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The Eastern Europe squad was sent to the lower bracket instead where they were eliminated by Azure Ray.

BetBoom is the last and 12th team to earn a direct invite after tallying 760 DPC points.

It is still uncertain whether Pure will be eligible to play in TI12 following his ban at the Bali Major, but qualifying to the event surely brought some good vibes to the team hounded by issues in the last couple of days.

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