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  3. 2017 has been a great year for the eSports community and new records were set by many video games tournaments. In anticipation of the great things that 2018 is expected to bring, the ESPN Awards have celebrated the achievements of the greatest professional players. Amazing plays, memorable moments and resilient teams were all brought into the spotlight. Ambition is the ESPN Player of the Year Arguably the most important trophy was awarded to Ambition, a League of Legends professional player. He found himself in select company, with the other nominees including NiKo, Hungrybox, Miracle- and Tokido. ESPN decided to give all players the same chances, regardless of the videogame of choice. The ones nominated for this prestigious category made a deep run in well-paying tournaments. Ambition’s victory over Faker earned him the right to sit on the highest step of the podium. The League of Legends professional player was also at the cornerstone of the Moment of the Year award. ESPN decided that the event called “Ambition wins; Faker loses” was worthy of the most praise. Some really intense plays from Dota 2, Call of Duty and Counter Strike Global Offensive tournaments were nominated in the same category. Team Liquid won the most important award in MOBA for its overall performance in Dota 2 tournaments. Most of the squads were also involved in MOBA events, but Counter Strike Global Offensive and Overwatch teams were also nominated. Immortals/Dignitas won the unsavory title of the “Biggest Disappointment“ of 2017 for their inability to make the NA LCS.
  4. Dota 2 fans are looking forward for the ESL One Katowice, a major tournament dedicated to their favorite game. It has a guaranteed prize pool of $1 million and a total of eight teams will be invited directly. Just as many will have to claw their way to the LAN event, while one team is still expected to secure a direct invite. The latest to join the lucky group of teams confirmed for the event is Vici Gaming, one of the most successful squads in 2017. More Chances for Qualifying Teams ESL One Katowice organizers decided to invite directly just eight teams, while eight more would fight for a chance to play at the major event. Initially, their intention was to invites 10 teams, which makes it even more interesting to see who seek US the last invite. Apparently, the organizers are trying to make sure that the quality of the roster will be top-notch. In order to achieve that, they decided to invite the top seven teams in the prestigious Dota Pro Circuit. OG players are probably upset to see that they haven’t received an invite yet, given the fact that they are tied for the seventh place with Vici Gaming. Na’Vi are among the hopefuls even though they are outside top eight, so there’s a chance for them to go through qualifiers. This is only likely to delay the inevitable, since these highly competitive Dota 2 teams can cruise to a spot at the ESL One Katowice. The qualifiers start this weekend with the open stage, while the closed regional qualifiers will conclude on January 12.
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