The current two-time The International champion caught the last train for TI10 after winning 3-2 against Tundra Esports in the final of the European qualifiers in the thriller finale.
OG did not play well in the current season in which they finished only on the 35th place on the Dota Pro Circuit list. This is why they had to look for a way to The International through the most difficult regional qualifiers, in which great teams like Team Nigma, Team Liquid, Tundra Esports, Vikin.gg and many others were waiting.
The qualifiers started successfully for OG, who first defeated Vikin.gg and then Team Nigma, before being stopped by Tundra Esports in the final of the winning bracket.
The team led by veteran Adrian “Fata” Trinks reached the grand final without losing a game, and OG joined them there after they once again defeated Team Nigma in the final of the losing bracket.
OG had an extremely difficult task to beat the more coordinated Tundra team. Tundra were leading the series twice, two times OG returned, and finally in the decisive fifth game, which was also the shortest of all five that we watched in the finals, they managed to come to a great victory.
The great Suma1L played 14-0-10 with the Templar Assassin in the fifth game showing how much he wants to finally achieve success with the OG team.
This also completes the list of participants in The International 10.
In addition to the 12 most successful DPC teams (Evil Geniuses, PSG.LGD, Virtus.pro, Quincy Crew, Invictus Gaming, T1, Vici Gaming, Team Secret, Team Aster, Alliance, beastcoast and Thunder Predator), next teams qualified as winners of the regional qualifiers: Undying, SG e-sports, OG, Team Spirit, Elephant and Fnatic.
The International 10 will be held in Bucharest from October 7 to 17, and the teams will fight for a total prize pool of 40 million dollars.