The Group Stage of the ONE Esports Dota 2 Singapore World Pro Invitational is complete. After two days of intense action, and 60 games of Dota 2, only eight teams remain in the tournament.

Group A

Alliance dominated Group A, finishing with a 9-1 record. Their only loss came on Day 1 against Team Secret.

Secret finished in second place, with an 8-2 record, dropping a game each to Alliance and Team Aster.

Alliance and Secret have now qualified for the Main Event Upper Bracket, where Alliance will face Gambit Esports, and Secret will face Evil Geniuses. lost their first game of the day to Alliance, but recovered in their next game, sweeping TNC Predator 2-0 to lock up the third place in Group A.

TNC Predator continue to struggle, losing all of their games today, and only barely grabbed the last qualifying spot in Group A, thanks to their 2-0 victory over Team Aster on Day 1. and TNC Predator have qualified for the Main Event Lower Bracket, where VP will face Natus Vincere, and TNC Predator will face Vici Gaming.

J.Storm and Team Aster finished at the bottom of Group A with 3-7 and 2-8 records respectively. Both teams have been eliminated from the tournament.

Here’s what happened in each series:

Group B

Evil Geniuses were the dominant team in Group B, finishing with a 9-1 record with their only loss coming at the hands of Gambit Esports.

Gambit took second place in the group, with a 7-3 record.

Evil Geniuses will now face Team Secret in the Upper Bracket Main Event, while Gambit will meet Alliance.

Vici Gaming grabbed the third spot in the group with a 5-5 record. They won the tiebreaker against Na’Vi due to their victory against Gambit Esports, giving them a superior Neustadtl Score.

Na’Vi finished in fourth place with a 5-5 record. While the CIS team has shown glimpses of dominance they have also struggled, which included 0-2 beatdowns at the hands of both EG and Gambit.

VG and Na’Vi have both qualified for the Main Event, but will be starting in the Lower Bracket. VG will face TNC Predator, while Na’Vi will face

PSG.LGD failed to break out of their slump, finishing the group stage with a disappointing 2-8 record.

Team Liquid crashed out of the tournament in last place with a dismal 1-9 record, with their only win coming against PSG.LGD.

Both PSG.LGD and Liquid have been eliminated from the tournament.

Here’s what happened in each series:

Standings at the end of the Group Stage

Main Event draw

The Main Event kicks off tomorrow with the Upper Bracket quarterfinals.

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