RGN League - Neolution Orange invited
Gaming gear sponsored Neolution Orange eSports Dota 2 team needs no introduction. This juggernaut is the first South East Asia (SEA) team invited to Valve's Dota 2 The International 3 and will be invited to to the RGN League 2013/2014 season as well. Lead and trained by team captain Mushi, Neolution Orange has won countless tournaments, putting themselves amongst one of the top teams in the world. The list of championship positions that Neolution Orange has attained in their achievments says it all.
NeoES|Orange line up
You can watch all RGN League First Departure matches LIVE in action on twitch or DotaTV from next month.
Dota 2 Achievements
2nd - TGX Arena Regional DotA Tournament 2011
|3rd- Hold Cup
1st-GEST Dota 1 Tournament April edition
3rd-MSI NVIDIA Dota 1 online tournament
3rd-Gigabyte Dota 2 masters
1st-JD Masters IX - 1st
1st-Alienware Battlegrounds Malaysia-Singapore
2nd- ESWC 2012 DotA2 East Qualifier
2nd-Alienware Victorious Regional Final
1st-2013 SEA League
1st-2013 Litany League Season 2
1st - 2013 GosuCup Asia V
1st - GMPGL February Malaysia Qualifier
2nd - GMPGL February Playoff
1st - GEST Challenge Mar 2013
1st - GMPGL March Malaysia Qualifier
The RGN League Dota 2 Elite division season 2013/2014 will see each Elite team play about 20 games only the entire season and a guranteed prize pot of minimum of SGD500 - SGD$10,000. An average of SGD25 - SGD$500 per game that is played.
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