Beastcoast has already become one of the flagships of the Dota 2 scene in South America. The team has been playing together for a long time. On the eve of The International 2022, we will tell you about how beastcoast performed in the gaming year 2022. This is another episode from a series of materials about the participants of The International 11. We have already written about how the reigning world champions, Team Spirit, performed.
Results in the ranking season
The team ended the first part of the DPC season with a 4-3 record, losing to Thunder Predator, Infamous and SG e-sports. 3rd place at DPC SA 2021/2022 Tour 1: Division I earned beastcoast $27,000 and 120 DPC points. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Valve was forced to hold the Regional Finals.
As part of DPC SA 2021/2022 Tour 1: Regional Final, only Thunder Awaken could compete with beastcoast, who won on one map against future champions. Grand Final Stinger and the team won against Infamous with a score of 3:0. The team earned $50,000 and an additional 250 rating points.
DPC SA 2021/2022 Tour 2: Division I Beastcoast played even better than the previous tour. The team went 5-2, giving the players 2nd place, $28,000 and 240 DPC points. Beastcoast also received a slot at the first Major of the season, ESL One Stockholm 2022.
The Peruvian team got into group A. Chris Luck and his teammates couldn’t defeat any of the participants, but 4 draws and 2 losses allowed them to reach the lower bracket of the playoffs. Their first opponent was Team Spirit. Peruvians sensationally defeated the world champions with a score of 2:0. The team also outplayed the BetBoom Team and advanced to the quarterfinals of the losers bracket. However, Gaimin Gladiators were too strong for them, beastcoast lost with a score of 0:2 and left the tournament. Stinger and the team took 5-6th place and earned $25,000 and 385 DPC points.
The performance in DPC SA 2021/2022 Tour 3: Division I turned out to be the same as in the last part of the ranking season. Beastcoast won silver, $28,000, 300 DPC points and a slot at PGL Arlington Major 2022.
At the second Major of the 2021/2022 DPC season, Stinger and teammates repeated their path to ESL One Stockholm. In group B, the Peruvian club won against BOOM Esports, and also drew 4 matches, but lost in 2 confrontations. This provided the South Americans with a slot at the bottom of the grid. Beastcoast dealt with Fnatic, after which they sensationally defeated Outsiders. OG became too much of a barrier for Scofield and the team. 5th-6th place brought the organization $25,000 and 515 rating points.
Beastcoast have amassed 1810 DPC points this year, placing them in 4th place in the DPC rankings. The team has earned a direct invite to The International 2022.
Results in third-party tournaments
In 2022, beastcoast tried to qualify for ESL One Malaysia 2022. The Peruvian team received a direct invitation to ESL One Malaysia 2022 South America: Closed Qualifier. Beastcoast advanced to the grand finals of the upper bracket qualifiers, defeating TOXIC BOYS SKR, Infamous and Tempest. In the finals of the qualifiers, Stinger and their partners failed to cope with Thunder Awaken, who won with a score of 3:1.
The 5 beastcoast players have been inseparably playing together since October 2019. The players have a fairly high synergy, which allows them to achieve good results at the local level. The team’s coach is Valqui.
The composition of beastcoast is presented below:
- Chris Luck
Peruvians have long acted as a “dark horse”. They can surprise and bring problems even to strong opponents. Last year, beastcoast took 13th-16th place at The International. Perhaps they will be able to improve their result this year.
Recall that The International 2022 will be held from October 15 to 30 this year in a LAN format. The venue will be Suntec Singapore and Singapore Indoor Stadium in Singapore. The top 20 teams from around the world will compete for the biggest prize pool of the year, which is determined by the sales of the Battle Pass 2022.