The BTS Pro Series has provided some fantastic Dota 2 esports for fans across the globe since the tournament kicked off on 10th April.
Now, as the dust settles over both the SEA and Americas BTS Pro Series online tournaments, we have our winners.
BTS Pro Series Americas winner
In the BTS Pro Series Americas tournament, Evil Geniuses came out on top, but not before getting knocked down to the lower bracket by Quincy Crew.
Evil Geniuses are, as most Dota 2 fans will know, the lower-bracket kings, and made their way into the grand final after a tight match against Thunder Predator, which Evil Geniuses managed to close out 2-1.
In the grand finals of BTS Pro Series Americas, Evil Geniuses took their revenge on Quincy Crew, but it wasn't all smooth sailing. Quincy Crew claimed the first game in the best-of-five grand finals. However, Evil Geniuses properly woke up and managed to win the next three games, thereby taking the crown with a convincing 3-1 victory.
With the win, Evil Geniuses claims the first place prize of $21,000. Check out the prize distribution and placement below.
- 1st - Evil Geniuses - $21,000
- 2nd - Quincy Crew - $11,000
- 3rd - Thunder Predator - $6,500
- 4th - CR4ZY - $4,500
- 5th/6th - Cloud9 and Business Associates - $2,250
- 7th/8th - Beastcoast and FURIA Esports - $1,150
Now, onto the SEA region, which was a bit more of a stomp.
BTS Pro Series SEA winner
While Evil Geniuses ran into some roadblocks in the Americas online tournament, Fnatic simply bulldozed through the competition to become the BTS Pro Series SEA winners.
After going undefeated in the group stage, Fnatic took down BOOM Esports 2-1, followed by TNC Predator 2-0 to make it to the grand finals.
TNC clawed their way back through the lower bracket to face Fnatic once again, but Fnatic simply wouldn't budge at all. Fnatic stomped their opponent with some relatively quick games, taking a clean 3-0 win in the best-of-five grand finals.
DJ with the Triple Kill as @FNATIC take control of this Grand Final with zero hesitation - is there anything in the tank for @TNCPredator!? #dota2 #BTSProSeries— Beyond the Summit (@BeyondTheSummit) April 26, 2020
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With the dominating performance, Fnatic wins $21,000. Check out the prize distribution and placement below.
- 1st - Fnatic - $21,000
- 2nd - TNC Predator - $11,000
- 3rd - Geek Fam - $6,500
- 4th - BOOM Esports - $4,500
- 5th/6th - Reality Rift and Team Adriot - $2,250
- 7th/8th - T1 and CR - $1,150
The results for the BTS Pro Series aren't too surprising, as we mentioned on 8th April 2020 our favourites going into the tournament were Evil Geniuses for the Americas online tournament and Fnatic for the SEA online tournament. However, it was a bit surprising beastcoast didn't even make it out of the group stage in the Americas region.