Just Error secures a spot in EPIC League Division 1

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Even though the team was formed just a few days ago, Just Error has managed to secure the last spot for the EPIC League Division 1. During the last couple of days, we got the chance to watch the closed qualifiers of EPIC League. After numerous interesting matches, the last series was between Just Error and Yellow Submarine. The stakes were pretty high here, and many were eager to see the end result.

Many considered YS to be the favourite, yet they were unable to win. Roman “RAMZES666” Kushnarev and his team-mates absolutely ripped through their enemies.

What happened in the series?

Just Error is the newest CIS team in the Dota 2 world. It has some of the best teams in the region, including the ex-EG player Syed “SumaiL” Hassan, who is widely regarded as one of the best mid laners in the world. His core-role partner is RAMZES666, who is back on the carry role after he played as an offlaner during his time in EG.

The first game of the series against Yellow Submarine was great to watch as both teams tried to pressure the enemy squad. Even though the Snapfire-Mars combo was really deadly, JE’s Drow + Vengeful lineup proved to be stronger. As a result, the CIS team were able to deliver a knock-out punch and get ahead in the series.

It seems that the loss had a positive impact on Yellow Submarine as because they looked fully motivated in game two. They decided to pick a draft focused around Slardar, a hero that’s famous for his devastating right-click damage. Fortunately for them, he had a fantastic time and was the main reason for their success.

Despite the dominant performance in game two, the next two maps went in favour of the CIS powerhouse. Sumail and Ramzess proved once again why some people consider them to be two of the best core players in the world. Thanks to them, Just Error successfully secured a spot for Division 1.

As for Yellow Submarine, they will move down to Division 2. The teams they’ll find there are not on their best form, yet they’ll still have to face off against the likes of Gambit and Ninjas in Pyjamas. Be sure to watch this amazing event which starts on the 12th. Don’t forget that the prize pool is $500,000 – which is pretty big for an event of this size.

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