Wings Gaming defeated Digital Chaos to win the sixth international Dota 2 tournament Saturday, beating out 16 of the world’s best teams and taking home the first place prize of $9.1 million.

The grand final was a close and exciting match up, but the Chinese team Wings Gaming ended up taking first place after winning 3-1.

After Wings Gaming beat Digital Chaos 2-1 Monday on the first day of competition, Digital Chaos was sent to the lower bracket and both teams proceeded to dominate for the rest of the week.

It all came to a head Saturday after Wings sent last year’s champion Evil Geniuses to go up against lower bracket champions Digital Chaos, who bested the team 2-1 for a spot in the grand final. Read more…

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Wings Gaming wins the 2016 International ‘Dota 2’ Championships