It’s a horrible time for rain.
Daryl “iceiceice” Koh won’t be enjoying in entrance of his dwelling crowd for The Worldwide 11.
Team SMG, who recruited iceiceice and Wilson “poloson” Koh as their new members for the qualifiers, won’t be taking part, the group confirmed with ONE Esports.
A number of SEA groups, together with SMG, didn’t register their new gamers forward of the cut-off time for roster registration. Many different organizations opted to contest the qualifiers with their previous registered rosters—together with Nigma Galaxy SEA, Polaris Esports, and Army Geniuses.
Group SMG out of SEA qualifiers, which leaves 13 groups
However this doesn’t appear to be the case for Group SMG, which had a notable fallout with one of their former players. Because of this iceiceice, who’s participated in 9 out of the ten Internationals to this point—solely lacking TI7—will probably be lacking one other one.
The TI11 SEA qualifiers will function 13 completely different groups throughout the Dota Professional Circuit Divisions I and II vying for simply three spots.
The winner of the qualifier will probably be straight positioned into the TI11 group levels, whereas the second and third groups will go on to contest a last-chance wildcard that includes 12 groups from six areas.
Solely two groups will come out of the wildcard, making for a complete of 20 hopefuls by the primary occasion in Singapore.
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