Keen Gaming claim ESL One Mumbai glory

Dota 2 Geoffrey “SophoS” Magdziasz

Cover photo courtesy of ESL

Keen Gaming hoisted the trophy after failing to drop a single game during the final day at ESL One Mumbai.

Earlier in the event, Na’Vi put together a brilliant effort to usher the Chinese squad into the lower bracket. However, Na’Vi wasn’t prepared for Keen Gaming’s retribution in the first series of the day. Game one could hardly be considered a contest as Keen Gaming held a stranglehold on the enemy team throughout the endeavor. Na’Vi battled back to obtain a lead in game two. Nevertheless, Keen Gaming were determined to earn their reprisal. After reacquiring the advantage, Keen Gaming sealed the series and a spot in the Grand Finals.

The final day of ESL One Mumbai proved to be brief. Keen Gaming decided that four or five games was not required to claim the title as champions. Despite a commendable showing from future ESL One Mumbai MVP Kim ‘Febby’ Yong-min, Mineski appeared out-classed in the series. Keen Gaming swept through the series to cap off a perfect final day of Dota 2.

Keen Gaming take home $135,000. As previously mentioned, the players will have to forgo the Mercedes which was claimed by Kim ‘Febby’ Yong-min of Mineski.

Upper Bracket

Round 1 – Best of 3

Round 2 – Best of 3

Round 3 – Best of 3

Lower Bracket

Round 1 – Best of 3

Round 2 – Best of 3

Round 3 – Best of 3

Round 4 – Best of 3



  • Playoffs
    • Will be played from April 19-21 in NSCI Dome in front of live audience
    • Double Elimination
    • Except grand finals, All games are played in Bo3 Series
    • Grand finals is played in a Bo5 Series

Groups for Mumbai

Group A
Ukraine  Na’Vi 
South East Asia TNC Predator
United States compLexity
United States Team Team 

Group B
China  Keen Gaming
South East Asia Mineski
CIS The Pango 
India Signify

ESL One Mumbai 2019

Eight teams will be competing for a slice of the $300,000 prize pool April 16th-21st. There are three directly invited teams and five qualified teams from NA, EU/CIS, China, SEA, and India participating in India’s first premier Dota 2 LAN event.


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