Alliance has been relegated to a lower tier for the next DPC season

As Alliance continues its dismal streak in the Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) Western Europe (WEU) 2021-22 Tour 1: Division 1, it has now reached a point where it has been repaired. Losing 0-2 to OG and losing their 5th series this season, Alliance has now been confirmed to be relegated to 2nd place next season. While Alliance got off to a good start, the opponent failed in a big late game teamfight and lost the first game. The team was quite disoriented in the second game and OG easily handled it after just 22 minutes. The fact that Alliance played as a support/captain Simon”Hold hand“Rasmus Haag didn’t help either.

Alliance vs OG: Match Summary and Highlights


In game 1, both teams were constantly looking for kills. It looks like they’re both looking for random kills of the support, but OG soon started earning some important kills with a high-paced draft appearing fairly early in the game. OG took a 9k lead for 29 minutes before Alliance scored with a teamfight victory. OG’s teamfights are still superior to spells like Ravage and Sonic Wave, and in a near-winning teamfight near Alliance’s base, OG barely took down the enemy Ancient in 44 minutes. .

In game 2, Alliance was unable to issue a challenge. Despite having a competitive draft, OG proved to be much better at farming resources on the map. Alliance looks unlucky in her moves and keeps losing bodies one after another. The score was 26-5 and Alliance was out of the game after just 22 minutes.


Here are some highlights of the series.

Alliance had a season it wanted to forget. After dominating two 2021 DPC tournaments over the past year, it has fallen to become one of the two weakest teams in the ongoing season. The roster change after The International 10 (TI10) seems to be fruitless. With one more series to go and with nothing to lose, the players will continue to focus on bringing the tournament to a close as this could well be the final series of some or perhaps all of them.

OG’s young roster, on the other hand, continues to perform impressively, winning 4 series and losing only 2. Even though it doesn’t have a Town Hall to play, there are some important DPC points it wants to collect by reaching ranked higher. Furthermore, multiple teams may face tiebreaks at this stage as all teams except Alliance and COOLGUYS have a decent win-lose record.

Alliance’s final series in the league will face Team Liquid on January 18 while OG takes on Tundra Esports on January 19. Alliance has been relegated to a lower tier for the next DPC season


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