The 4 Best Content Pieces from The Summit 11

Vignesh Raghuram
11/Nov/2019 04:01 pm

Image Courtesy: Beyond The Summit

The first DPC tournament of the season has finally come to a close. Invictus Gaming managed to come out on top with some impressive performances and claimed a place in the MDL Chengdu Major 2019.

However, the best parts of The Summit aren’t usually the games, but rather the Content Pieces as well as Pros casting games and offering their insights in the tournament. While the number of games casted by Pro Players was minimal, the Beyond The Summit team continued their tradition of putting up some funny yet engrossing content.

Below are the four best content pieces that The Summit 11 broadcasted this time.

The Sennheiser Advertisement

You know what? Dota 2 studios have consistently showed us that advertisements don’t always have to be devoid of fun elements and can still be enjoyable to the audience watching it whilst also fulfilling sponsor demands. The Malwarebytes ad from Midas Mode 2.0, The Mercedes Benz Ads from ESL are just some of the ads that have hogged the spotlight in the Dota 2 community.

BTS’ Sennheiser advertisement should also join this list after one of the funniest ads in recent times.

The Casting Couples Video

If and when Treant and Capitalist become one of the most iconic casting duos in Dota 2, people will look back at this moment and think whether this is where it all came together. This is one of the best bonding experiences in the Dota 2 scene, ever caught on camera.

The Blade Runner 2049 Spoof

With references to Half Life 3, CCNC and PPD making starring appearances as well as some top-notch memes this is probably one of the most well-made Blade Runner 2049 spoofs in all of Youtube. 

Joker Spoof

However, this was completely topped by GrandGrant’s incredibly humorous portrayal of the Joker. The opening segment with Gunnar and Universe is quite possibly the funniest one amongst content pieces aired all year.


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Vignesh has been covering the esports industry for nearly 5 years starting with the early days of the DPC. His industry expertise includes experience in Dota 2, CS:GO and Mobile Esports coverage.