Alliance Has Been Relegated Again to Division 2
Following its defeat to OG within the WEU DPC 2021-22 Tour 3: Division 1, Alliance’s relegation to Division 2 has been confirmed.
Alliance has had a tough Tour 3 season so far, failing to win a single sequence. Moreover, it has misplaced all of them by a 2-0 scoreline.
Alliance’s last sequence in Tour 3 will happen in opposition to Entity on ninth July.
Alliance has been demoted again to Division 2 following a streak of dangerous ends in the Western Europe (WEU) Dota Professional Circuit (DPC) 2021-22 Tour 3: Division 1. The relegation was confirmed following Alliance’s sixth consecutive sequence loss within the league, a 2-0 defeat in opposition to reigning main winners OG. After being trounced within the first sport, Alliance demonstrated some wonderful efficiency within the early phases of the second sport earlier than finally being overwhelmed within the teamfights. OG, on the opposite aspect, turned the primary crew to qualify for the PGL Arlington Main with this sequence victory.
Alliance goes winless in six sequence to get demoted to WEU Division 2
As Alliance confronted OG with relegation at stake, it was all the time going to be robust. Alliance was simply defeated within the first sport, however it did present some resolve with a transparent execution of its technique, one of many few moments within the league the place it did.
The crew, nonetheless, began getting picked off one after the other and mixed with OG’s famend comeback abilities, it misplaced its twelfth straight match. Alliance has not received a single sport within the six sequence it has performed in Division 1 this season.
Listed here are some highlights of the sequence in opposition to OG
Throughout teamfights, Alliance has sometimes did not compete with most of its opponents, showing to be a tier beneath them. There have been some thrilling particular person performs in some video games, particularly Aliwi “w33” Omar’s, however the crew as an entire has been unimpressive.
The roster issues have additionally surfaced for the crew since Moiez “symetricaL” Lin was let go earlier than the sequence in opposition to OG. Oleg “Everlasting Unhappiness” Kuzemsky, a comparatively unknown participant from Ukraine, was referred to as in to fill in in opposition to OG. Whether or not he’ll play within the crew’s last sequence in opposition to Entity on ninth July stays unknown.
The main focus for Alliance will now shift to getting ready for The Worldwide 11 (TI11) regional qualifier. Earlier than this qualifier, the squad will get the chance to have some official match apply on the ESL One Malaysia, which takes place in late August this 12 months.
The brand new OG lineup, then again, continues to be in peak kind, being the primary crew to qualify for the PGL Arlington Main. The crew is sort of assured a seat at TI11, and it’ll need to preserve this momentum stepping into its last sequence in addition to any tournaments it performs in main as much as TI11. OG has additionally been invited to ESL One Malaysia.
With Alliance’s relegation confirmed, yet another WEU crew must be dropped to Division 2. In response to the present standings and up to date performances, Gaimin Gladiators and goonsquad seem like the possible candidates for it.