Dota 2 The International Playoffs Phase Two: Watch Live Stream, Twitch, Brackets, Standings, Teams, Start Time, Results (Updated)

The International Dota 2 2014 Championships Phase Two playoffs are set to start on Wednesday, July 9, and will end on Saturday, July 12.

The games will be played at Key Arena at Seattle Center, and all broadcasts will start at 12:00 p.m. EDT (9 a.m. PDT).

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The International 2014 is the fourth edition of the Dota 2 competition.

This is the third consecutive year that the tournament is being played in Seattle.

Sixteen teams will duke it out in the main event, which will take place from July 18 to July 21.

Four teams will require qualification from Regional Qualifiers, and one of the four second place teams in those qualifiers will get a more chance in the Phase One playoff to make Main Event via Phase Two.

In Phase One, four second place teams from the Regional Qualifiers will play in Seattle for a Phase Two playoff spot.

The Phase One teams are Virtus.Pro, MVP, CIS Game, and Liquid. Team Liquid made the cut for Phase Two.

Phase Two is a 16-team round robin group stage.

The top two teams will go to the main event upper bracket, while the middle eight teams move on to Phase 3 of the playoffs.

The last six teams will be eliminated after July 12.

Here are the Phase Two teams:



Cloud 9

Team DK

Evil Geniuses












Check out the standings as of Friday, July 11.

1. Evil Geniuses; 10-3

1. ViCi; 10-3

3. Team DK; 9-5

3. iG; 6-3

5. Cloud 9; 8-5

6. Liquid; 8-6

7. Na’Vi; 7-6

8. NewBee; 7-7

8. Titan; 7-7

10. LGD; 6-8

*11. Alliance; 5-8

*11. Fnatic; 5-8

*11. mousesports; 5-8

*14. Empire; 5-9

*14. Na’Vi.US; 5-9

*16. Arrow; 2-11

*at risk of elimination