1win Series Dota 2 Spring: Interesting Player Stats and Game Infographics

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1win Series Dota 2 Spring: Interesting Player Stats and Game Infographics

Dorjee Palzang
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Highlights
Entity emerged victorious, claiming $50,000, while Crystal Maiden dominated as the most picked hero.
Players like watson and No[o]ne- showcased exceptional KDAs and GPMs, setting new benchmarks in the tournament.
From nail-biting hour-long clashes to speedy victories, Team Liquid was present in all of the notable games of the tournament

In the high-octane world of Dota 2 esports, the 1win Series Dota 2 Spring tournament unfolded as a thrilling spectacle that kept fans on the edge of their seats. Held from 16th to 19th March 2024, this online melee attracted eight of the fiercest teams in the Dota 2 arena, vying for a slice of the hefty $100,000 prize pool.

The air was thick with anticipation as titans clashed, but it was Entity that emerged from the fray, brandishing the champion's title. Their journey was no less than a saga of determination, as they toppled formidable foes such as 1win, MOUZ, Team Liquid, and Virtus.pro, securing their first Dota 2 tournament victory in over two years. This victory was a testament to their unwavering spirit and tactical genius, proving that in the realm of Dota 2, giants can be toppled.

As we delve deeper into the tournament's narrative, the tale is enriched by a tapestry of player stats and game figures that reveal the intricacies of battle strategies and hero preferences. Let's navigate through these fascinating insights.


1win Series Dota 2 Spring Infographics: Player Stats and Game Figures

  1. Prize Pool Distribution

Based on the overall performance of each Dota 2 team at the 1win Series Dota 2 Spring, their final placements determined the amount of prize money that they would walk away with.

  1. Entity - $50,000

  2. Virtus.pro - $30,000

  3. Team Liquid - $15,000

  4. Team Spirit - $5,000

  5. MOUZ, 1win, L1GA Team, PSG Quest - Did not receive any prize money


2. Top 5 Most Picked Heroes

The battlefield saw a diverse array of heroes, but a few stood out:

Top 5 Most Picked Heroes

Crystal Maiden was the most picked hero of the tournament with a total of 15 appearances, followed closely by Rubick with 13 games.

Centaur Warunner was the favorite hero for the offlane position and was picked 11 times during the tournament, while the fourth and fifth favorite picks were Tiny with 10 appearances and Dragon Knight with 9 appearances respectively.


3. Top 5 Heroes With Highest Win Rate

In contrast, the victors by win rate painted a different picture:

Top 5 Heroes With Highest Win Rate

Topping the Charts of the highest win rate hero was Pangolier with a dominating 100% win rate in 6 games, then came Brewmaster with an 83% win rate in 6 games, and the third place was taken by Tiny with an 80% win rate in 10 games. 

While the top three were in the higher percentages of win rates, Terrorblade and Dragon Knight also had respectable win rates of 57% in 7 games and 55% in 9 games respectively.


4. Top 5 Heroes With Lowest Win Rate

On the other end of the spectrum, Razor was the least successful hero pick of the tournament with not a single win to its name in a total of 5 appearances. Doom trailed behind with a 20% win rate in 5 games and the favorite offlane Centaur had a 27% win rate in its 11 appearances. 

Techies and Batrider shared similar stats registering only a 28% win rate across 7 games.

Top 5 Heroes With Lowest Win Rate

5. Players With Highest KDA

Moving on to the player side of things, Entity’s Alimzhan "watson" Islambekov had the highest KDA in the tournament with an average of 12.85 KDA, which was followed closely by his teammate Volodymyr "No[o]ne-" Minenko with a respectable 11.87 KDA. 

The third place was taken by PSG Quest’s carry Aybek "TA2000" Tokayev with an average KDA of 7, and the fourth place once again by Entity’s core Dmitry "DM" Dorokhin with 5.72 KDA. The fifth spot was taken by 1win’s Ilya "CHIRA_JUNIOR" Chirtsov with a commendable 5.6 KDA.

Players With Highest KDA

6. Players With Highest GPM

Topping the charts of the highest GPM once again was Entity’s watson with a staggering 782 GPM followed closely by Team Liquid’s Michael "miCKe" Vu with 737 GPM and Team Spirit’s Illya "Yatoro" Mulyarchuk with 720 GPM.

Virtus.pro’s Ilya "Kiritych" Ulyanov and L1ga Team’s Roman "RAMZES666" Kushnarev trailed behind with 709 GPM and 705 GPM respectively.

Players With Highest GPM

7. Interesting Match Stats

Interesting Match Stats

The Longest Match of the tournament was held between Team Liquid and Team Spirit which went on for a staggering 1 hour, 9 minutes, and 13 seconds of game time, this match also observed the most numbers of recorded kills with over 107 deaths combined.

The shortest match was held between Team Liquid and L1ga Team which lasted for a mere 19 minutes and 30 seconds of game time.

Team Liquid was also involved in the game with the least number of combined recorded kills at only 33 deaths against Entity.


The 1win Series Dota 2 Spring was only one of the many tournaments that are set to be organized this year. As Dota is now adapting to a world without DPC (Dota Pro Circuit), independent third-party tournament organizers have stepped up to fill the competitive calendar for the Dota 2 esports scene.


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Dorjee is an avid Dota enthusiast, he has been playing the game since it was just a map in Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne back in 2009, he transitioned to Dota 2 in 2014 and can't stop playing ever since!

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