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Elephant and Vici Gaming first to exit the CDA - FDC Championship playoffs

Elimination series are on the menu at  CDA-FDC Professional Championship Season 2 and the first to exit the playoffs are

PSG.LGD suffer a third loss in a row at the China Dota2 Pro Cup Season 2

Having lost to Vici Gaming just two days ago at the China Dota2 Pro Cup Season 2, PSG.LGD have struggled to

Vici Gaming officially wave goodbye to Eurus and confirm his transfer fee to have been paid by Elephant.4AM

The heated dispute between Elephant.4AM and Vici Gaming for the latter’s carry player Zhang “Eurus” Chengjuns is finally over. After forbidding

Vici Gaming ignore the drama and take down 4AM at the China Dota2 Pro Cup

As we learned of more drama coming out from the Zhang “Eurus” Chengjun transfer deal, Elephant.4AM and Vici Gaming would

Eurus unable to play for Elephant.4AM as his transfer fee is still unpaid

Over a month after it was announced that Zhang “Eurus” Chengjuns transfer from Vici Gaming to Elephant.4AM was completed, and

PSG.LGD remain an unstoppable force at OGA Dota PIT Season 3: China

After EHOME were eliminated from the OGA Dota PIT Season 3: China, it was time for the upper bracket finals

Vici Gaming eliminate EHOME from OGA Dota PIT China division with a reverse sweep

Vici Gaming’s specialties, Snapfire and Omniknight, proved too powerful for EHOME to survive the elimination round in the OGA Dota

rOtK announces a short break in an emotional streaming session

Bai "rOtK" Fan, one of the most respected coaches from the Chinese scene, broke down in tears last night during

Vici Gaming co-owner on the Eurus transfer: ”They just waited until he didn't have any choice, and exploited him”

Chen Qing, Vici Gaming co-owner, decided to go live on stream after Lu "Maybe" Yao shared his knowledge on the

SAG and iG are the first two eliminated teams at the OGA Dota PIT Season 3: China

With the completion of the China Dota2 Pro Cup Season 1, we headed back to OGA Dota PIT Season 3: China

Maybe talks about the Sylar-Eurus mess: “4AM did not want to pay the transaction fee for Eurus”

Every now and then the shuffle windows offer the Dota 2 fans reasons to keep a discussion going for days.

Sylar’s stint with Elephant.4AM ended after one day

Elephant.4AM made a weird and controversial entry onto the Dota 2 field. After keeping the headlines for weeks, given their