DPC Power Rankings For Accurate DotA 2 Predictionsby Wayne Vaughan Enjoy Action Packed DotA 2 Betting Today!
DotA 2 betting requires time, money, and effort. You can make things easier if you know the ins and outs of the tournament, especially the teams participating for the big game. They are the spotlight of the tournament, even the bread and butter of the industry. It will be a big help for your betting experience if you have a sufficient information about all of them.
To get to know the strongest, average, and weakest teams this year, here is a list of DotA 2 power rankings. Make accurate DotA 2 predictions using the team’s current roster, ratings, and statistics.
1 VIRTUS.PRO (12372)
The role of Vladimir ‘RodjER’ Nikogosyan in the team will play a key role in Virtus.Pro’s candidacy to win this year’s The International. The team’s individual player performances are all impressive and are enough qualifying points to each receive all TI8 invites, Virtus.Pro’s dominance during the annual regular DPC season is hard to ignore, and they will always pop out there and now in your DotA 2 predictions.
2 TEAM LIQUID (1,499)
If Team Liquid won this year’s The International, they will be dubbed as the greatest dynasty in Dota 2 history. After spending the entire DotA 2 season in an excellent condition and even teasing an entirely drop-off in performance by not following their year-long streak of having not finished below Top 4 at any DotA 2, Team Liquid won the biggest tournament of the season to finally claim their first Major title after finishing as a runner-up in the previous ones.
3 PSG.LGD (1,460)
PSG.LGD ranks top three on DotA 2’s current team standing, but they still lack impressive performances during the first half of the season and they even lost to both teams with higher rankings at the China Dota2 Supermajor.
4 TEAM SECRET (1,322)
Team Secret is one of the teams which constantly receive direct team invites to tournaments after winning consistently during the first quarter of the season. They defended their title at DreamLeague Season 9 last March.
5 VICI GAMING (1,299)
It is evident that ViCi Gaming didn’t win a single DPC tournament halfway through the year, but they are still earning up as many points to receive one of the eight The International 8 invites. It is already a road to success, an achievement in on its own. Additionally, it is also commendable that the team finished in second place 4 times as many DPC tournaments this season.
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