Dota 2 Champions League 2021 Season 6

D2CL 2021 Season 6

Team Tickles defeated Natus Vincere in the Dota 2 Champions League 2021 Season 6 tournament. The teams’ confrontation in the top playoff net ended with a score of 2-0.

Alexey Berezin’s team will continue to play in the tournament in the losers. On January 12 at 15:00 Moscow time NaVi will fight with Entity for the exit to the grand final.
In turn, Team Tickles reached the grand final of the event to be held on January 12 at 19:00. The match will be held until three victories.

Earlier Entity eliminated CIS Rejects from the sixth season of the Dota 2 Champions League. The match reminded spectators of a trash-talk from Dmitry Fishman Polishchuk’s crew to Roman RAMZES666 Kushnarev’s team. Entity players repeatedly mocked representatives of CIS Rejects in the common chat during the decisive map match on D2CL 2021 S6. In particular, Fishman twice called Roman RAMZES666 Kushnarev a bot, for which he later apologized on Twitter. According to team coach Daniil MeTTpuM Giliev, the squad admitted their behavior was inappropriate.

HellRaisers sports director Maria Gunina commented on the situation in the match between CIS Rejects and Entity Gaming in the Dota 2 Champions League 2021 Season 6. In her personal channel in Telegram she said that she supports tresh-talk, but players of Dmitry Fishman Polishchuk’s team spoke too harshly about the opponents.

“I’m a journalist by education, so for me cybersport is not about zeros and ones, but about stories. The story between Ramses and Fishman made a passing match of a small tournament a real event, and that’s cool. And overall, I guess I can say I’m “for” the tresh-talk.

But I still get the feeling that it wasn’t quite right here, that confrontation in the pub and mocking in the official match chat are different things (and the latter is supposedly forbidden by the rules of top tournaments in general). But at the same time, I somehow got excited. I’m a bad person, in short. But at least I’m human, not a bot or a creeper…”

The Dota 2 Champions League 2021 Season 6 playoffs take place Jan. 4-12. Eight teams are playing for a prize pool of $50,000.

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