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 HellRaisers [0:3]  Vega Squadron @bo5

The first map started in Vega's favor: exactly this team shed the first blood and in general felt more comfortable in the early stage of the game, though the first team fight got back the zeros on the diagrams. By the 25th minute on the map there had been a sluggish strife that would sometimes blend with confrontations. A defining moment turned out to be Roshan's death: after this event Vega, having got sacred Aegis, laid siege to HellRaisers' base. The siege itself would last for almost 10 minutes, but in the end HR let in the rival to their base and, having lost two barrack lanes, bowed down.

The beginning of the second map turned out to be way calmer — despite a few kills, nothing special was happening on the map. The tranquility had lasted by the 10th minute, and after that Vega managed to take the score lead, though it didn't really affect the diagrams, since HR were farming rather well. Anyway, as time goes by kills brought its benefit to Vega as well, and they started to lead by the gold. A situation of HellRaisers had seemed to be almost hopeless by the 20th minute. A few good fights could have turned around the course of the game, but Vega had strongly caught hold of the game, and, having made an excellent fight at the 23th minutes, made HellRaisers give up.

The third map started under the orders of HellRaisers — they literally pushed out the rival from each lane in the early stage of the game. The only problem was Vega's midder, who gradually was spurting into the lead by the gold. As a result it was a decisive aspect — right in the first fight Bristleback, that was taking the middle lane from Vega's side, made a huge damage and managed to turn around the course of the game. After that Vega started rapidly getting the advantage, while HellRaisers vice-versa were moving away from a victory. The unsuccessful fight at Roshan's pit put a dot in the game. HellRaisers wrote GG and ended their performance within the first season of Global eSports Cup.

Acting Dota 2 team manager,  Anton «b-off» Borodov's comment:

«This is not the game. Nothing goes right, even the easiest moves in the game. There is nothing to comment on, I just want to apologize to the supporters»

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