Team Underminer




    Team Underminer was formed in October 2014 to nurture new talent cropping up in the Malaysian Dota 2 scene as well as creating a truly professional esports team in the country.
    The team's members was recruited by the team's founder,(IGN: Underminer).

    We seek to be a long term success in terms of building a competitive legacy in the esports scene

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      Underminer Dota 2 – 1 v 1 Challenge @ Blitzone Bandar Utama

      Underminer Dota 2 – 1 v 1 Challenge @ Blitzone Bandar Utama

      Bracket Link: http://challonge.com/bz1v1 Registration:1. Fill up the Google Sheet with your personal details. Our crew member will contact you via email and sms to confirm your participation: http://goo.gl/forms/mHjgjPL50j2. Registration is free. All checked-in players during tournament day will receive at least 4 hours worth of Blitzone login vouchers. General rules:1. Tournament date: Saturday, 19 September 2015 2. Tournament Venue : Blitzone Bandar Utama Lot 25125, Unit 4, 47800 Leboh Bandar Utama, Selangor Darul Ehsan. 3. Max players: 32 (first come first serve) 4. Schedule (to be updated during event day):• Registration + Check-in: 10.30 am• Game Start: 11:00 amPlayers are expected to be on time for their scheduled games. A delay of 5 minutes from the player’s part will result in instant  …

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      Ti5 Day 3 Opinions – Like White on Rice

      Ti5 Day 3 Opinions – Like White on Rice

      Like White on Rice That pretty much explains champion and playstyle diversity in the TI5 group stage. The height of strategic discussion on the panel was “does Ember Spirit go Treads or Phase Boots?” But this is perhaps the most balanced patch ever. The top 20 heroes are almost equally viable. I haven’t seen the stats, but by my estimate, more than 80% of the heroes either banned or picked, i.e. more than 16 out of 20 every game, will be in the top 20 most banned/picked heroes. I have no idea why this is happening. But where most other TI’s have group stages which are extremely diverse in playstyle and picks, with a meta only emerging towards the late  …

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      TI5 Day 1 Opinions – On stalemates

      TI5 Day 1 Opinions – On stalemates

      The story of TI5 Day 1 is one of stalemates. Really exciting games for 30 minutes, and then 30 minutes of nothing happening. It’s like having a vampire outside your door. The vampire can’t come in without you inviting him. You can’t go out because then, the vampire kills you and sucks your blood. So he waits.   ***Spoilers, obviously, abound.***   Games seem to go like this: – For the first 30 minutes, one team gains an advantage. The other team slowly loses map control, and gets their outer towers peeled away. – A mistake outside their base causes a T3 or a set of raxes to go down. – From then on, the defending team turtles, buys out,  …

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