A number of Dota 2 Personalities Give Predictions for TI11 Final Probability Qualifiers
With The Worldwide 2022 (TI11) Final Probability Qualifiers (LCQ) slowly approaching, many throughout the neighborhood have been giving out their predictions for the upcoming occasion. This contains well-known Dota 2 skilled gamers and personalities akin to Tundra Esports’s Oliver “skiter” Lepko & Neta “33” Shapira, OG’s Ammar “ATF” Al-Assaf, and Dota 2 livestreamer Janne “Gorgc” Stefanovski.
Whereas all of them agreed that the Final Probability Qualifiers will probably be aggressive, every of them gave their very own predictions on which two groups will more than likely advance into the TI11 Group Stage.
Gorgc predicts Crew Secret & Outsiders to advance from the LCQ, others disagree
Gorgc just lately did a watchalong on the TI11 Western Europe (WEU) Regional Qualifier, alongside OG’s ATF and Tundra’s skiter & 33 on his Twitch channel. Following the conclusion of the TI11 WEU Qualifiers, Gorgc went on to browse the Final Probability Qualifiers on Liquipedia as he needed to see the ultimate twelve groups that will probably be competing within the LCQ.
Whereas all 4 of them agreed that the Final Probability Qualifiers will probably be aggressive as a result of high quality of the groups collaborating, all of them had their very own predictions on which two groups could advance into TI11’s Group Stage.
Gorgc was the primary one to provide out his prediction, saying that Crew Secret and Outsiders would be the groups more than likely to advance whereas additionally suggesting that Crew Liquid may have the ability to contest for the spot.
“I feel my prime two groups are Secret and Outsiders. Nothing controversial, however I feel Liquid may have the ability to make the lower. However these are my picks for the LCQ.” mentioned Gorgc.
Whereas ATF agreed with Gorgc’s predictions, the Tundra Esports duo disagreed on the prediction. Skiter gave his prediction saying that the Chinese language staff of Xtreme Gaming will advance from the LCQ, alongside one of many Western Europe groups – Crew Liquid or Secret.
“I feel it’s going to be Xtreme Gaming plus one WEU staff [Secret/Liquid].” mentioned skiter.
Skiter’s teammate, 33 interjected his opinion by saying that Southeast Asia’s T1 shouldn’t be counted out by the opposite three because the duo of Topias “Topson” Taavitsainen and Anathan “ana” Pham are likely to carry out extraordinarily effectively at The Worldwide.
The Final Probability Qualifiers will start in a few weeks, because the second and third place groups from every regional qualifier will compete towards one another for the remaining two spots at TI11, and so they shall begin on eighth October. Which two groups will advance?