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Andreea Esanu, also known as Div, is an esports journalist focused on the game she loves the most, Dota 2. Andreea has over fifteen years of experience in media, she graduated a journalistic university and she also has a bachelor degree in theatrical art.

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  • Bulba interview at TI9: "Nisha and Zai are two of the best players of the year"

    Evil Geniuses finished top six at The International 2019. Perhaps an unexpected results for their fans, but from their coach

    Stinger interview at TI9: “The hardest match-up was with Virtus.pro”

    Infamous secured this year at The International the best placement for a South American team. Their group stage run nearly

    TI9 prize pool exceeds $34,000,000

    The International 2019 enters its finals days this weekend in Shanghai, China. Over the past 10 days 13 teams have

    Nikobaby interview at TI9: “I set this goal for myself four years ago”

    Mineski weren't given too many chances going into The International 2019. Just ahead of the regional qualifiers for the biggest

    9pasha at TI9: “I think we should have approached this tournament like it's another Major, not TI”

    TI9 wasn’t the year when Virtus.pro could change the patterns. After they’ve dominated through the Dota Pro Circuit season, they

    Kaka at TI9: “Infamous is a team with huge potential”

    Keen Gaming ended their TI9 run in the best-of-one first round of the playoffs lower bracket. A shaky performance in

    Armel at TI9: “We only hope that the incident is in the past already for everyone”

    Despite their efforts to overcome a hostile crowd in Shanghai, China at The International 2019, TNC Predator exit the tournament

    CCnC interview at TI9: "OG are a super fun team to play with"

    The 2018-2019 Dota Pro Circuit season was tough for the Chinese organization, Newbee, but also for

    South Korean Dota is back, SK Telecom T1 enters the pro scene

    With the International 2019 well underway, but no South Korean players left in the competition, it was about time for

    TI9 Monet interview: “We are hungry for success [...] after all, we have 0% playoffs win rate”

    Royal Never Give Up, an organization with a huge fan base in China courtesy of their successful League of Legends

    RNG write the underdog story at TI9 by eliminating Virtus.pro in the 9th-12th place

    It’s another year for Virtus.pro with a poor run at the biggest Dota 2 tournament. TI9 ends for the CIS

    Io continues his carry story at TI9 as OG reach top 6

    Day two in the Main Event of The International 2019 opened with the defending champions fighting for a spot in