European Dota 2 powerhouse squad Team Secret has officially won enough matches to qualify for the ONE Esports Singapore Major.
Team Secret’s performance in the upper division of the DreamLeague Season 14 DPC EU regional league has been nothing short of spectacular, as they’re currently undefeated with five straight match wins.
With only two weeks left of the first season’s upper division, Team Secret is already guaranteed a spot in the Major as Valve has allotted four slots to the European region.
Team Secret has two remaining matches, first against High Coast Esports, and then OG for weeks five and six. Even if Team Secret is unable to win these matches, they’ll still have a better record than the rest of the upper division teams in their region.
Team Secret sealed their spot at the Singapore Major after defeating Alliance 2-1 in week four of the competition. Throughout Secret’s upper division run, they’ve shown Dota 2 fans yet again why they should be considered tournament favorites.
Team Secret’s superior understanding of the 7.28b patch meta with the help of team captain Clement “Puppey” Ivanov and coach Lee “Heen” Gon has the team firing on all cylinders.
With solid individual performances by the team’s players, Michal “Nisha” Jankowski, Lasse “Matumbaman” Urpalainen, Ludwig “zai” Wahlberg, and Yazied “YapzOr” Jaradat, Team Secret continues to showcase their first-rate team coordination and perfect execution.
Meanwhile, the rest of the teams in the upper division are still in the running to qualify for the Singapore Major. There are three more slots available for the European upper division. Alliance and OG are right behind Secret with a 3-2 record. Meanwhile, Tundra Esports, Team Liquid, Team Nigma, and Vikin.gg are each at 2-3.
The first season of the DPC EU upper division will conclude on February 24. The ONE Esports Dota 2 Singapore Major, on the other hand, will take place from March 24 to April 4, 2021.
Fans can stay up to date by checking ONE Esports’ social media platforms: Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. Interested viewers may also catch the last two weeks of the DPC EU upper division through Dream League’s official Twitch channel.