The 2012 International third place finisher, LGD Gaming, will be competing this weekend, along with seven other Chinese teams in the Alienware Battle Arena Invitational featuring a prizepool of USD$3,000.
Following the success of The 2012 International and the domination of Asian teams, more and more tournaments have been announced for this region of the globe. Earlier this week, G1-League announced their first Dota 2 tournament having a total prizepool of USD$55,000. Today, Dell’s subsidiary, Alienware, announced they will be hosting the Battle Arena Invitational featuring a prizepool of USD$3,000. Eight teams from China will be competing including The 2012 International third place finisher, LGD Gaming, as well as the revamped roster of TongFu who recently acquired the former Team DK player, Huang “longdd” Xiang. Some lesser known teams will be taking part for the chance to qualify for the finals in China such as For Love and NA that are more popular in DotA.
- RS (confirmed)
- For Love (confirmed)
- WIN (confirmed)
- LGD Gaming (confirmed)