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WEU DP: tiebreakers

As the Dota 2 tournament heats up, the battle for the top spots is tighter than ever. A recent update to the standings table shows that Gaimin Gladiators and Tundra Esports are tied for second place with a 5-2 record, putting them in a prime position to advance to the playoffs. However, with OG and Ooredoo Thunders nipping at their heels, the competition is far from over.

To determine the final standings, tiebreakers will be held among the teams with identical records. In this case, Gaimin Gladiators and Tundra Esports will face off in a tiebreaker match to determine who will secure second place in the standings. Meanwhile, OG and Ooredoo Thunders will compete in another tiebreaker match to decide who will move up to the fourth spot. They will not only be fighting for DPC points but also the slot for major. The three-way tiebreaker among bottom 3 team will result in elimination of 2 teams meaning first team to secure win against both team will remain in division 1 while others will be relegated.

These tiebreakers are crucial for the teams involved, as they will have a significant impact on their path to the playoffs. The top four teams in the standings will advance to the next round, while the bottom three will be eliminated.

The teams are no strangers to high-stakes matches, with each having fought hard to get to this point. Gaimin Gladiators have shown their strength in their recent matches, while Tundra Esports has proven to be a formidable opponent. OG and Ooredoo Thunders have both had their share of victories and defeats, and will be looking to come out on top in the upcoming tiebreaker match.

Fans of Dota 2 are eagerly anticipating these tiebreaker matches, as they will provide a glimpse of what’s to come in the playoffs. With so much on the line, each team will be giving it their all to secure their spot in the next round. The tiebreakers promise to be exciting, action-packed matches that fans won’t want to miss.