Meder Virtus.pro Vladimir No[o]ne minenko talked about the match with Natus vincere in the playoffs ONE Esports Dota 2 World Pro Invitational Singapore. In a post-match interview for Maincast, Minenko admitted that the games were easy. He also explained the choice of Puck on the second map and appreciated the power of Mango Tree in Roshpit.
About the match with Natus Vincere
“In principle, the games were easy. In the first game, they closed Viper with Lanai … I did not understand this muv at all. Probably they just happened. And the second game – they have already outplayed them in the classroom. ”
About choosing Puck on the second map
“Puck with talent at level 10 is a complete core in the game. He is farming fast, picking up slots. This is an unkillable hero of some kind that inflicts a ton of demage. He can buy Aghanim’s + Daedalus and at level 25 kill five heroes in solo. ”
On the readiness of the tournament participants
“I would, in principle, not give any assessments. Especially in this tournament. As you can see, now everything is very random, people do not understand the patch. Most teams did not play clanvars before this tournament. The tournament is serious, but it is on a new patch and does not feel the same as a major. Everyone is testing something, getting ready, but someone is generally resting. Evaluating the strength of teams is too difficult, impossible simply. ”
About Mango Tree in Roshpit
“In fact, there are too many unbalanced artifacts on Tier-2 and Tier-3 in the game right now. Even at Tier-1 there. But the Mango Tree in Rushpit is something … How is this even possible? Control on Roshan – this has never happened. This is complete nonsense. [Разработчики] should exclude this or at least make Tier-4 an artifact. Too imbo. “
The match between Virtus.pro and Natus Vincere ended with a score 2: 0 in favor of the Russian team. NAVI finished the tournament in 7th-8th place and earned $ 10 thousand. The next rival of Virtus.pro will be Alliance – the match will be held on December 21 at 6:00 Moscow time. You can follow the schedule and results of the tournament on the report page.