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Nisha takes solo tournament at BetBoom Dacha

In competitive Dota 2, solo tournaments were once nonexistent, but BetBoom Dacha brought them back, and the current 2024 event in Dubai is hosting one of the most thrilling 1v1 competitions to date. Michał “Nisha” Jankowski of Team Liquid won the closely contested race and took home $50,000 USD in prize money. There were 40 competitors. Nisha defeated Guo “Xm” Hongcheng, a midlaner for Xtreme Gaming, by a score of 3-1 in the grand final. The match concluded with a Meepo matchup in which Nisha easily defeated Xm, who isn’t known to be a Meepo player. Check out this information and more of our articles to help your dota 2 betting adventures!


Nisha takes solo tournament at BetBoom Dacha
Winner Nisha with current Team Liquid

The opposing players’ pool of ten heroes for each one-on-one matchup consisted of four default picks (Pudge, Shadow Fiend, Puck, and Mirana) and six additional picked heroes that they would alternately pick and ban. To win, a player had to destroy the tower of their opponent, force them to surrender, score two kills, or, at the end of the 15-minute round, get the highest score possible from their kills and last hits. Notable Mid Laners like Quinn and Larl had to make early exits in the early stages of the competition. The latter was vanquished by Off Laner Xxs of Xtreme Gaming, while the former fell to Carry player Kiritych of Virtus.Pro. In the initial games, players were imparting knowledge to one another about what the meta would entail, including which gear to purchase and which skills to equip on which heroes. Individuals started figuring out ways to break the rules. To increase his creep score, Team Liquid’s 33, for instance, began buying Sentry Wards and refusing them. Nisha, on the other hand, avoided any upsets and easily defeated rivals like ATF and Team Falcons’ Malr1ne with his unique skills. In order to get to the Semi Final and face the current 1v1 champion, gpk from the BetBoom Team, the Pole continued to dominate squad1x.

After that, there was a Bo5 match against Xm, who had advanced from the other side of the bracket. Nisha took the lead right away, defeating Mirana with decisive ease. The two players squared off in a very similar match on Shadow Fiend, with Nisha losing once more to level the series at one. Six minutes into the 3rd game on Marci, Xm was leading with 2 kills to his one, but Nisha was outperforming him in terms of last hits. It turned out that Xm, a non-Meepo player, apparently forgot to ban the hero and had to use it in the 4th game, which Nisha’s wealth of experience with the hero made it easy to defeat.


Nisha will receive $50,000, Xm $20,000, and the players who place 3rd through 8th will split the $1,000,000 prize pool among themselves. While Nisha was a strong favorite to win the solo event, one of the tournament’s highlights was when Quinn “Quinn” Callahan of Gaimin, who was also a favorite, lost to Ilya “Kiritych” Ulyanov of Virtus.pro in the opening round by just two creeps.

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