The Thrilling Dota 2 Rivalry: Quinn vs. RAMZES666 at the Berlin Major
Esports has become increasingly popular in recent years, with competitive gaming tournaments drawing in millions of viewers from around the world. One of the most popular esports games is Dota 2, which boasts a dedicated fan base and a thriving professional scene. In particular, the ongoing rivalry between Quinn and RAMZES666 in Dota 2 has captured the attention of fans and analysts alike. As the two players head into the upper bracket finals of the Berlin Major, the tension between them is at an all-time high.
History of the Rivalry
Quinn, the star midlaner for Gaimin Gladiators, and RAMZES666, the veteran carry player for 9Pandas, have been locked in a bitter feud for years. The rivalry first flared up during the ESL Birmingham Major in 2018, when RAMZES666’s team Virtus.Pro defeated Quinn’s team OpTic Gaming in the finals. Since then, the two players have exchanged barbs and trash talk in interviews and on social media. The recent tipping incidents during the Berlin Major have only added fuel to the fire, as RAMZES666 tipped Quinn twice after 9Pandas’ win over Gaimin Gladiators.
The Players’ Perspectives
Despite the intense rivalry, the two players have very different views on the situation. Quinn has been open about his dislike of RAMZES666 and has stated that he could never get along with him. RAMZES666, on the other hand, has claimed that he has no idea why Quinn hates him so much. According to escorenews, RAMZES666 has said that the tips and trash talk have been in good fun, but he doesn’t think Quinn sees it that way. The tension between the two players was palpable when they were forced to share an elevator, with Quinn ignoring RAMZES666 and staring at the floor instead.
Implications for the Upper Bracket Finals
The upcoming upper bracket finals between Gaimin Gladiators and 9Pandas at the Berlin Major are sure to be a tense and exciting match. Both teams are on relatively even footing, and the personal rivalry between Quinn and RAMZES666 adds an extra layer of drama to the proceedings. It remains to be seen whether the feud between the two players will impact the game, but it is clear that both sides will be playing to win.
The ongoing rivalry between Quinn and RAMZES666 is just one example of the intense competition and drama that can be found in esports. As the professional gaming scene continues to grow, it is likely that we will see more rivalries develop between players and teams. For fans of Dota 2, the upcoming upper bracket finals between Gaimin Gladiators and 9Pandas at the Berlin Major will be a must-watch event.