Registration for the 2016 Female Dota 2 1v1 Tournament

2016 Dota 2 Tournament 300x356The PinkFae Dota 2 League is a league for the top female gamers to break out into the professional scene and network with other female gamers and teams. Last year’s Female 1v1 Tournament was very successful, with fifteen players participating. We hope to have even more players participate in the 2016 Female 1v1 Tournament. Players will play for a prize pot of $500 in a single elimination tournament.

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Mega-kill Meltdown: Majors

mega-kill meltdown logoMega-kill Meltdown is Luna’s Bi-weekly run-down of DotA 2

After The International 5 finals, the post-TI drama, and the memes, a new age dawns in the E-Sports scene for DotA. Valve has decided to create three more official valve tournaments to act as a filler between The Internationals. Meet, The Majors.

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Tournament Finals Saturday May 9th at 5:30PM CST

2015-Tournament-300x258There have been many exciting matches held last weekend. It is unfortunate that we can only see two of them going head-to-head in the finals to be held on Saturday, May 9th at 5:30PM CST. The match will feature number four seed Bird (7-3) going against number six seed Elune (7-0) in a best of five game series.

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PinkFae Dota 2 League Tournament Set to Begin

2015 AwardThe field for the very first PinkFae Dota 2 League tournament is set to start May 2nd at 2pm CDT. Twenty-three players are competing for the $500 prize pool and the 2015 Female 1v1 Tournament trophy.

Taking the top seed is Delfnee, captain of the team WoH8 (The Six Wives Of Henry VIII) who currently came off of an impressive run in the Girl Wars tournament in April.

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PinkFae Dota 2 League: 2015 Female 1v1 Tournament

2015-Tournament-300x258The PinkFae Dota 2 League is a league for the top female gamers to break out into the professional scene and network with other female gamers and teams. We are very pleased to announce the league’s very first tournament: the 2015 Female 1v1 Tournament. Players will play for a base prize pot of $500 in a single elimination tournament.

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