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Four more teams qualify to the Chongqing Major 2019
- Updated: November 28, 2018
The Chongqing Major 2019 qualifiers are currently underway. With South America and the CIS Qualifiers coming to an end, we now have four more teams at the Chongqing Major.
Here are the winners from South America and the CIS qualifiers for the Chongqing Major.
South America Qualifiers
- Pain Gaming
- No Pangolier
- Virtus Pro
The South American Qualifiers see Pain Gaming and Test123 qualify
The South America qualifiers saw both former Pain Gaming teams qualify to the Major. Test123 is not really a well-known name to Dota 2 fans, but dig deeper and you will find the majority of the ex-Pain Gaming roster. The players had to leave the organisation since Valve laid down certain guidelines for organisations owning more than one roster.
test 123 takes the first @dotasltv Chongqing Major SA Qualifier slot! Congratulations to the guys.
— Beyond the Summit (@BeyondTheSummit) November 28, 2018
Pain Gaming was the other team to qualify from the South American qualifiers. However, the qualifiers also saw one team provide incorrect information. Playmakers, which is a well-known team from South America gave out incorrect information on a stand-in. Their decision to conceal the identity of the stand-in and claim he was Mogur was fatal for the team. Mogur is currently playing in the World Electronic Sports Games matches. Infamous Gaming was given an automatic win against Playmakers.
Virtus Pro and No Pangolier secure their spot at the Chongqing Major
See you in China ✌🏻 pic.twitter.com/QV9gANf2Vt
— Virtus.pro (@virtuspro) November 27, 2018
One of the best teams in the world, Virtus pro will yet attend another Major in Dota 2. However, the CIS team did not win their Qualifier. They lost 1-2 to No Pangolier in the Grand finals of the CIS Qualifier. Having lost to No Pangolier, Virtus Pro faced off against Gambit in the lower bracket. They won the series with relative ease and secured their spot at the Chongqing Major.