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Minenko, Vladimir

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About

Vladimir "No[o]ne" Minenko’s began competing in Dota 2 seriously in 2014, playing in various online leagues with semi-professional teams. Despite his still being in school, his skills earned him a spot with Vega Squadron, a team who he would spend his early career with.

His first outings with Vega Squadron were successful, helping the team win or perform well in a number of online leagues. Vega’s standing in Dota 2 grew steadily over the year, culminating with No[o]ne skipping his prom to earn the team a in The International 2015 Wild Card tournament. The team was eliminated in third place, never reaching the main stage.

No[o]ne remained with Vega Squadron for the following season, which started with a bang as the team won ESL One New York 2015 and was given a direct invitation to the Frankfurt Major. Vega was up and down throughout the remainder of the year, failing to qualify for various events while posting the occasional strong result in events such as WePlay Dota 2 League Season 3 and ESL One Frankfurt 2016.

The team’s results didn’t warrant a direct invitation to The International 2016 and Vega Squadron failed to qualify for the event. No[o]ne left the team after and joined Virtus.pro, forming a new and lasting core for the team alongside fellow Vega Squadron alumni Pavel "9pasha" Khvastunov and Alexey "Solo" Berezin. This iteration of the team quickly became one of the best in Dota 2, making its live event debut with a first-place finish at The Summit 6.

The squad entered the Boston Major as one of the favorites to win, but was handed an early elimination at the hands of Evil Geniuses. It rebounded with a grand finals appearance at the Kiev Major, which was followed by a string of strong placements in live events. Virtus.pro entered The International 2017 as one of the favorites to win the event, but was instead eliminated in fifth place.

Following TI7, the Dota Pro Circuit was implemented. Virtus.pro was by far the most successful team during the first season, winning four different majors. During this time No[o]ne firmly cemented himself as possibly the best mid laner in Dota 2. Unfortunately, VP once again finished fifth at The International despite entering the tournament as a favorite to win.

VP stuck with its roster following TI8 and picked up right where they left off by winning the Kuala Lumpur Major. This established No[o]ne and his teammates as the first five-time Dota 2 major winners. The team remained very strong throughout the year and again entered The International 2019 as one of the top contenders. This time, they flopped at the event en route to a ninth-place finish.

The TI9 stumble proved too much for VP, which resulted in the organization shaking up its roster and rebuilding around No[o]ne and Solo. The team struggled in the early stages of the 2019-2020 Dota Pro Circuit season as the team frequently tinkered with its roster. The team found its form as the season went on, eventually hitting its stride in the online leagues that replaced majors and minors in the second half of the season.

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Achievements

DatePlaceEvent
2019-06-303th2019 EPICENTER Major2019-05-127-8thMDL Disneyland Paris Major2019-03-242ndDreamLeague Season 112019-01-282nd2019 The Chongqing Major 2019-05-261stAdrenalin Cyber League 20192019-02-243th2019 MDL Macau2018-12-095-6thMegaFon Winter Clash2018-10-14Maincast Autumn Brawl 2017-12-172017 DOTA Summit 82017-11-222017 Adrenaline Cyber League2017-11-05AMD SAPPHIRE Dota PIT2017-12-03DreamLeague Season 82017-07-23DreamLeague Season 72017-05-18Mr Cat Invitational Europe2017-06-112017 Epicenter2017-06-18Dota Summit 72017-01-222017 eSports Russia Cup2016-11-22The Summit 62018-10-283th2018 ESL One Hamburg2019-03-102018 World Electronic Sports Games2018-06-102018 China Dota2 Supermajor 2018-05-272018 ESL One Birmingham2018-05-072018 Epicenter XL Major2018-03-112018 The Bucharest Major2018-02-252018 ESL One Katowice2018-01-282018 ESL One Genting2017-12-122017 Mars Dota league Macau2017-10-302017 ESL One Hamburg2017-10-22PGL Open Bucharest2017-04-042017 Dota 2 Asia Championships2018-11-181stThe Kuala Lumpur Major2018-08-252018 The International2018-04-072018 Dota 2 Asia Championships Major2017-01-08ESL One Genting 20172016-12-112016 The Boston Major2017-08-12The International 20172017-04-302017 Kiev Major2019-08-259-12th2019 The International2019-10-275-6th2019 ESL One Hamburg2019-11-10QualifierDOTA Summit 112019-11-24QualifierMDL Chengdu2019-11-301stParimatch League S12019-12-225-6thOne Esports Dota 2 World Pro Invitational Singapore2020-01-2613-16thDreamLeague Season 132020-03-29MainParimatch League S22020-03-26MainWeSave! Charity Play2020-04-19Main2020 ESL One Los Angeles2020-05-23Main2020 OGA Dota PIT Online EU and CIS

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