Invictus Gaming received an EPICENTER: Moscow invite!


IG, China’s strongest team, rightfully gets the fifth invite to EPICENTER: Moscow in Dota 2.

Doubtlessly, it’s one of the strongest rosters in the famous organization’s history. The combination of experience and youth, team discipline, well-honed strategies helped IG gain several resounding victories in 2017. This team is capable of defeating anyone. We expect an amazing performance from them at EPICENTER: Moscow in June!

Team roster:

  • BurNIng

  • Op

  • Xxs

  • BoBoKa

  • Q


Epic Esports Events specializes in organizing international competitions, and was the organizer for the EPICENTER: Moscow Dota 2 tournament held in May 2016. The first EPICENTER: Moscow tournament was followed by over 24 million viewers worldwide.

At Europe’s leading EuBEA awards in 2016, the tournament got the prize for the best event in Europe in the Live Entertainment industry. A total of 1,000 applications for the awards had been entered in 21 nominations, with 114 events shortlisted. 

The second EPICENTER: Moscow, Russia’s first world-class CS:GO tournament, received ample coverage in domestic as well as international media. The finals were broadcast on the nationwide Match TV channel, and gathered over 14 million online views.

ESforce Holding is one of the world’s largest eSports organizations, and the leader in electronic sports in Russia. ESforce is a holding company that integrates all key areas of the eSports business, from organizing international tournaments and professional content creation to publishing and advertising activities, as well as online retail sales of eSports-themed merchandise.

ESforce owns over 180 popular online resources with a combined audience of 16 million followers and 96 million annual unique visitors, which provide an 80-percent reach to eSports broadcast viewers in Russia and the CIS, as well as access to a significant share of relevant international audiences.


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