Dota 2 OMEGA League: Europe Immortal Division Finals

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A new rivalry in the Dota 2 scene is forming. (Image Credit: Weplay/OMEGA)

After 37 days of Groups, Playoffs and Finals, the OMEGA League: Europe Immortal Division has found its winner. Ther is no easy money in the Dota 2 pro scene you! Team Secret faced off against OG on September 6 but who took home the top prize of $200,000?

Three times, that is the number of times OG has faced Team Secret in the Grand Finals of a top tier Dota 2 tournament. And if you know anything about this rivalry, you know Team Secret has won the last two finals. Well, nothing has changed and Team Secret is the OMEGA League: Europe Immortal Division winner. Team Secret won the best of five grand finals with an easy 3-0 over OG. This is Team Secret’s seventh tournament title to date. The tweet says it all which was posted shortly after the finals.

Team Secret is dominating right now. Their run through the playoffs showed that no team can match the skills of these Dota 2 vets lead by their legendary captain Clement "Puppey" Ivanov. The playoff bracket shows each team losing twice as history repeats itself. Team Nigma loses to OG twice and OG loses to Team Secret twice. Most Games were even X-0’s showing Dota 2 is a game that is all about momentum and winning the first match. If you check out any match from the OMEGA League we suggest game 1 in the grand finals between OG and Team Secret for insane back and forth action in this high kill count match.

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Dota 2 OMEGA League playoff bracket (Image Credit: Liquipedia/Weplay/OMEGA)

The Big Winners

$600,000 was up for grabs in these finals and two $5,000 awards given to the best overall players.

  • 1st Place - Team Secret - $200,000
  • 2nd Place - OG - $125,000
  • 3rd Place - Team Nigma - $60.000
  • 4th Place - Alliance - $30,000

Team Nigma took home both $5,000 MVP awards, Amer "Miracle-" Al-Barkawi MVP Core and Maroun "GH" Merhej MVP Support.

If you like the OMEGA league coverage and tournament be happy because they plan to return later this year with a second season. The better question is will they bring back the Greek God aesthetic seen in this tournament’s broadcast?

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