Watson Reveals How Entity Prepared for Elite League Dota 2 Tournament


Watson Reveals How Entity Prepared for Elite League Dota 2 Tournament

Dorjee Palzang
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Watson from Entity spoke about the team's preparation for the ongoing Elite League following their dismal performance in past Dota 2 qualifiers.
Watson revealed that the team spent long hours discussing Dota 2 and arrived at a conclusion.
Entity's unorthodox preparation method seems to be helping the team progress as they are undefeated in Elite League so far.

Entity’s Alimzhan "watson" Islambekov in a recent interview on the Russian broadcast of Elite League, revealed steps taken by Entity to prepare for the ongoing Dota 2 tournament.

He revealed that after multiple unsuccessful results in qualifiers for other events, the team discussed the game a lot and was able to find a solution to their problems. 

Entity was one of two teams from the Western European Dota 2 regional qualifiers to make it to the Elite League. The team also won 1win Series Dota 2 Spring last month and shocked the Dota 2 community with its stellar run.

Watson Talks About How Entity Prepared for Elite League Dota 2 Tournament

Things seem to be working out for Entity, who has been delivering commendable performances at the ongoing Elite League Dota 2 Tournament.

Entity played against 9Pandas in its first series of the tournament and emerged victorious with a clean 2-0 victory. On the second day of the tournament, Entity beat South American team, HEROIC with a dominating 2-0 series.

During a post match interview, Watson from Entity when talking about the team's performance in the tournament said, "We were just talking. We didn't go to tournaments, and we just sat down and had a long, long conversation about the game, about Dota, how we wanted to play, and so on. We kind of came [to a common vision], it's working out so far.”

Entity’s form in the recent past has been nothing short of stellar and is showing a lot of promise to achieve greater things in the Dota 2 esports scene.

The real test for the team comes later today as Entity gears up to face OG in a best-of-three showdown and might finally have a tough time against the Dota 2 powerhouse OG.

Entity last played against OG at the Riyadh Masters 2023 and lost against the team with a humiliating 0-2 score. However, things could be different this time with Entity displaying a strong form at the moment, it is hard to say if OG will trample over Entity once again or if Entity will continue its triumph in the tournament.

Moreover, Entity was also crowned the champion at the recently concluded 1win Series Dota Spring tournament despite all odds stacked against them. Playing against teams like Team Liquid and Virtus.pro, Entity managed to come out on top and claimed the title after beating Virtus.pro in a 3-1 grand final series.

The big question remains as the Dota 2 community anticipates the clash between Entity and OG to see which of these two teams will emerge victorious.

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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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