WEU DPC pairs up Nigma Galaxy vs Tundra Esports today! Keep track of the live results and match recap here.
Today is another day filled with WEU DPC matches and one of them is the huge 'Nigma Galaxy vs Tundra Esports' showdown. This matchup sees a lineup of Dota 2 veterans and TI winners, NGX, take on the current world champions, Tundra Esports. Keep track of the live results and match recap of Nigma Galaxy vs Tundra Esports on this page!
Who will win this series? Coming into this matchup, Tundra Esports is the obvious favorites as they are indeed the current champions. They delivered one of the most dominant performances at TI11 and even though they struggled in the Lima Major, they started their run in Tour 2 with a strong series win against OG. Nigma Galaxy, on the other hand, lost their first series against Entity. However, they did put up a strong fight as they finished the series 1-2.
Here is the live result of Nigma Galaxy vs Tundra Esports:
Nigma Galaxy vs Tundra Esports results
Tundra Esports wins the series 2-0.
Tundra Esports [W]
Tundra Esports [W]
Where to watch
The English language broadcast for WEU DPC can be found on PGL's Twitch channel. We have embedded the livestream below.
Tundra Esports annihilates NGX 2-0
The first game was a slow burn for Nigma and it was hardly filled with action - aside from the Meme Hammer fest. It started in favor of Tundra Esports, with 33's Doom racking as much gold as he could. There were Meteor Hammers on both sides of the team but it was also oddly in the hands of ATF's Timbersaw.
Tundra picked up kills across the map and NGX played cautiously. However, the longer they waited, the worse it got as Tundra farmed efficiently. At 17 minutes, 33's Doom was insanely farmed with 12K net worth and in 2nd place is SumaiL's KOTL with only 9K net worth.
In a classic, very disciplined, Tundra manner, the team grew their lead and slowly took down objectives. There were moments of hope where it seemed like NGX could recover, however, Tundra was on top of their game.
The second game took a similar direction as Tundra led throughout the game. We saw the Meteor Hammer on ATF's Timbersaw once again, and it didn't quite work out. Tundra retained most of their draft from the first game, with a Doom on 33 and Nature's Prophet on skiter.
This game showcased a better performance from NGX as SumaiL's Queen of Pain was able to accumulate a kill streak and the team managed to get good trades. But it wasn't significant enough to stop Tundra's dominant playstyle. They controlled the map, won teamfights, and closed the game convincingly at 44 minutes.