Dota 2 The Internacional 2022 Southeast Asia Qualifier Odds and Picks

By Hank Blaine

Over in Southeast Asia, The Philippines’ Fnatic and Indonesia’s BOOM Esports have secured their place in The International 11. The rest of the stacked region is left to fight for one of only a handful of qualifying spots left for the final tournament of the season, beginning with the 2022 Southeast Asia Qualifier two weeks from the time of this publication.

Nitrobetting is here to upload chunks of data on the latest news and developments from the realm of Esports. This time, let’s take a closer look at the notable teams to look out for at the Southeast Asia qualifying tournament for The International 2022, as well as those teams’ respective eSports odds to secure their spot in TI11.

Dota 2 The International 2022 Southeast Asia Preview

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T1

  • The International 2022 Qualifying Odds: +250

There’s one big reason why T1 has shot up to odd-on favorite status at the Southeast Asia Qualifier, and that’s because of the arrival of former TI champion and OG legend, ana, just this past August. The Philippines’ very own Kuku remains the team’s captain but is now flanked by international heavyweights in Australia’s ana along with a trio of European standouts Topson, Xepher, and Whitemon to round out a strong T1 squad.

Polaris Esports

  • The International 2022 Qualifying Odds: +400

With three wins in Tier 3 competitions this year, Polaris Esports is another strong contender at the SEA Qualifier hailing from the Philippines. Save for a lackluster eighth-place showing at the DPC SEA Tour 3: Division I tournament, Polaris has not finished worse than fourth place in the six tournaments the team has played in 2022.

Dark Horses

Nigma Galaxy SEA

  • The International 2022 Qualifying Odds: +2500

Malaysia’s Nigma Galaxy SEA has lost some steam considering the recent departure of carry/solo mid inYourdreaM. Something had to be done after Nigma finished outside the top four in each of their last three tournament appearances. Nevertheless, the team’s second-place showing at the DPC SEA Tour I: Division II event at the top of the year still puts it in decent shape as an intriguing sleeper pick to win the Southeast Asia Qualifier.

Neon Esports

  • The International 2022 Qualifying Odds: +2500

As if the Philippines wasn’t enough of a presence in the SEA Qualifier, Neon Sports adds its name to the mix as another standout squad from the country. A victory just this past week at a tier 3 event at the Khaz Modan Cup gives the team plenty of momentum heading into the Qualifier, as Mongolian transferees Se and FortuneSoul have reinvigorated this unit and is now a strong sleeper candidate to make the final stage at TI11.

Huge Reach

TNC Predator

  • The International 2022 Qualifying Odds: +8000

Not all Philippines-based teams are as fortunate as the ones featured earlier, as former Southeast Asia gatekeeper TNC Predator has fallen on hard times of late. Nevertheless, a win at the tier-3 Moon Studio Asian Tigers tournament in the first week of August gives TNC some hope as a longshot pick to stun the entire SEA Qualifier bracket from the lower portion of that bracket.

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