StarLadder ImbaTV Dota 2 Minor Season 3: Live results and standings

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In their final chance to qualify for the ESL One Los Angeles Major, eight teams are battling at the StarLadder ImbaTV Dota 2 Minor Season 3 Three.

Gambit and Team Aster surprised a lot of teams early on in the group stage, but it doesn’t look like that has slowed down the other teams much at all. By the end of day two, two teams will have already been eliminated, leaving six teams to fight it out in the playoffs. 

Here are the live results for the SLi Minor S3 so you keep up to date with the results throughout the event.

Overall Standings

PlaceTeamPrize
1stTeam Aster$72,000 and 140 DPC points
2ndAlliance$60,000 and 120 DPC points
3rdGambit Esports$54,000 and 110 DPC points
4thBOOM Esports$42,000 and 90 DPC points
5thforZe eSports$24,000 and 60 DPC points
5thCR4ZY$24,000 and 60 DPC points
7thbusiness associates$12,000 and 40 DPC points
7thNoPing e-sports$12,000 and 40 DPC points

Match Results

Group A

  • Opening Matches
    • Business Associates vs forZe eSports – forZe 2-1
    • Aster vs BOOM Esports – Aster 2-0
  • Winner’s Match
    • Aster vs forZe – Aster 2-0
  • Loser’s Match
    • BA vs BOOM – BOOM 2-1
  • Decider Match
    • forZe vs BOOM – BOOM 2-1

Group B

  • Opening Matches
    • Alliance vs NoPing e-sports – Alliance 2-0
    • Gambit vs CR4ZY – Gambit 2-0
  • Winner’s Match
    • Alliance vs Gambit – Gambit 2-0
  • Loser’s Match
    • NoPing vs CR4ZY – CR4ZY 2-1
  • Decider Match
    • Alliance vs CR4ZY – Alliance 2-0

Playoffs

  • Upper Bracket Round One
    • Aster vs Alliance – Aster 2-0
    • Gambit vs BOOM – Gambit 2-1
  • Upper Bracket Finals
    • Aster vs Gambit – Aster 2-0
  • Lower Bracket Round One
    • Alliance vs BOOM – Alliance 2-0
  • Lower Bracket Finals
    • Gambit vs Alliance – Alliance 2-0
  • Grand Finals
    • Aster vs Alliance – Aster 3-1

Matches will run from March 5 to 8, with the winning team qualifying for the ESL One Los Angeles Major, which begins on March 15.

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