DreamLeague Season 7
Atlanta
The four best teams from the regular season of DreamLeague Season 7 will face-off for their share of the $175,000 prize pool.

Event Dates:
July 21, 2017 through July 22, 2017

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Read the latest news about players competing in DreamLeague Season 7

In top form heading into TI
July 24, 2017
Miracle finished Team Liquid's 3-2 victory over Planet Odd in the Grand Finals of DreamLeague Season 7 with a final KDA of 48/16/28.
ANALYSIS
Miracle looked every bit his old, dominant self as Liquid took the crown at DreamLeague. In Game 1, Miracle's Invoker play was top notch, but lacked follow through from his teammates. Despite racking up an impressive 15 kills, Miracle was unable to stop Planet Odd alone. In Game 2, he regressed as Outworld Devourer. It was a long drawn out affair that put Planet Odd just one game away from a series victory. Miracle helped pull his team back from the brink in Game 3 as Huskar. Rolling over Moon in lane, Miracle finished with 10 kills and only one death as Liquid recorded their victory in just under 18 minutes. In Game 4, Miracle proved he could win the long game as well, playing as Anti-Mage. Maximizing his farm and putting his team on his back Miracle helped Liquid force a Game 5. In Game 5, Miracle played a perfect Weaver in Team Liquid's push lineup. Their strategy prevailed over Planet Odd's long-game gambit and Liquid came away with the series victory.
Makes the most of many roles in 3-2 win
July 24, 2017
MinD_ContRoL finished Team Liquid's 3-2 victory over Planet Odd in the Grand Finals of DreamLeague Season 7 with a final KDA of 18/18/56.
ANALYSIS
MinD_ContRoL wore many hats in Liquid's victory at DreamHack Atlanta. In Game 1, MinD_ContRoL played an off-lane Nature's Prophet. Despite starting the game as a pusher, MinD_ContRoL slowly had to transition to more of a carry role due to the struggles of MATUMBAMAN. In the end, it was the absent MATUMBAMAN who proved to be the linchpin of Liquid's strategy as they were undone by Planet Odd. Game 2 was MinD_ContRoL's only true struggle of the series as Elder Titan. Liquid's lineup was pure chaos with no one player able to pull the team together. In Game 3, MinD_ContRoL's Earthshaker helped to trap Miracle's victims and finish off stragglers with his high mobility, thanks to a 13-minute Blink Dagger. In Game 4, MinD_ContRoL only got one kill as Nyx Assassin, but got everything out of the hero he possibly could, racking up a game-high 17 assists. Despite limited farm and low mobility for most of the game, MinD_ContRoL was surgical with his stuns and created havoc with his excellent positioning and extended range from his Aether Lens. In Game 5, MinD_ContRoL played Beastmaster and enabled Liquid's relentless push strategy. Opting for team fight items instead of another Necronomicon, MinD_ContRoL fended off Planet Odd with zoning and his dangerous Roar, allowing Liquid to choke them off the map and win the series.
Up and down performances but pulls out the win
July 24, 2017
MATUMBAMAN finished Team Liquid's 3-2 victory over Planet Odd in the Grand Finals of DreamLeague Season 7 with a final KDA of 38/23/39.
ANALYSIS
MATUMBAMAN struggled early on in the series against Planet Odd, but gathered himself and was able to deliver for Team Liquid. In Game 1, MATUMBAMAN played a safe lane Viper with limited support. MATUMBAMAN was terrorized by rotations from w33's Timbersaw and couldn't evolve into the tanky, siege machine Liquid needed him to be. In Game 2, MATUMBAMAN tried to play a carry Venomancer. While his lane was well devised to bring success, things didn't quite go as planned and MATUMBAMAN ended up trading evenly with Moon more often than not. In Game 3, Liquid found their footing with MATUMBAMAN on Lycan. With Miracle's Huskar taking up all of Planet Odd's attention, MATUMBAMAN racked up an impressive 6,700 damage to structures in Liquids sub 18-minute victory. In Game 4 MATUMBAMAN swapped lanes with Miracle to play Necrophos in the middle lane. Despite mixed success early on MATUMBAMAN dealt a game-high 32,000 damage as Miracle's Anti-Mage powered Liquid to victory. In Game 5, MATUMBAMAN returned to Lycan as Liquid pushed their way to victory against Planet Odd's late-game lineup to take home 1st place.
Greedy support picks pay off in the end
July 24, 2017
KuroKy finished Team Liquid's 3-2 victory over Planet Odd in the Grand Finals of DreamLeague Season 7 with a final KDA of 12/25/61.
ANALYSIS
As a former carry player, KuroKy has never been one to favor a traditional support role. In Game 1 KuroKy gave evidence of this with his second-pick Bounty Hunter. Despite good farm and racking up the assists, Liquid couldn't come up with a win. In Game 2, KuroKy played Shadow Shaman in a deeply awkward lineup nearly devoid of damage that ended up being another wash for Liquid. In Game 3, KuroKy played Oracle in the middle lane with MATUMBAMAN's Lycan. Helping his carry to keep alive long enough for Miracle to take over, KuroKy's job was small but paid dividends for his teammates in a blistering 17-minute win. In Game 4, KuroKy played a long favorite hero, Rubick. Despite completing an Aghanim's Scepter, KuroKy made his value in warding and not dying more so than turning team fights with stolen spells. In Game 5, KuroKy put on a masterful Sandking performance with Liquid firing on all cylinders. The captain only died once while raking in 13 assists to guide his team to the series win.
Can't deliver on impact heroes
July 24, 2017
Moon finished Planet Odd's 3-2 loss to Team Liquid in the Grand Finals of DreamLeague Season 7 with a final KDA of 20/35/59.
ANALYSIS
Moon looked impressive in Game 1 as Clockwerk in the off-lane, racking up 33 assists, but that was his biggest achievement all game. In Game 2, Moon's Batrider did his job, but took a backseat to w33 and Resolut1on as they dominated Liquid. In Game 3, Moon's Legion Commander, as well as the rest of Planet Odd, was completely shut down by Miracle's Huskar and Team Liquid rebounded with a sub 18-minute victory. In Game 4, Moon tried to split-push as Nature's Prophet, but was constantly plagued by Nyx Assassin and Anti-Mage. With death lurking around every corner and hindering his farm, Moon ceased being a true asset to his team in the end as Planet Odd failed to close out the series once again. In Game 5, Moon played an off-lane OmniKnight and fell flat on his face with the rest of his teammates. Playing for the long game, Planet Odd had the rug pulled out from under them as Liquid's aggressive pushing lineup took the series in commanding fashion to win DreamLeague.
Fades down the stretch
July 24, 2017
w33 finished Planet Odd's 3-2 loss to Team Liquid in the Grand Finals of DreamLeague Season 7 with a final KDA of 50/12/43.
ANALYSIS
w33 started off red hot and by the end of the series was reduced to little more than ashes. In Game 1 w33 went crazy as Timbersaw in the middle lane. He racked up 27 kills and only died three times as Planet Odd took a convincing Game 1 win. In Game 2, w33's Puck was tied for most kills and second in assists and deaths as Liquid took the second game in a drawn out, low-score affair. In Game 3, w33 tried to stand up to Liquid's Huskar lineup, but it was futile as he finished the game with the only kills for Planet Odd. In Game 4, w33 put together another decent Puck performance, but couldn't seal Liquid away once Miracle's Anti-Mage entered the fray. In Game 5, the wheels finally fell off as w33 played a last-pick, middle lane Windranger. Despite getting the most kills and tower damage on his team, w33's selfish solo plays may have hurt more than they helped.
Might be ready to move on after 3-2 loss
July 24, 2017
Resolut1on finished Planet Odd's 3-2 loss to Team Liquid in the Grand Finals of DreamLeague Season 7 with a final KDA of 30/13/42.
ANALYSIS
Resolut1on played the best and most consistent out of anybody on his team. As Gyrocopter in Game 1, Resolut1on out-farmed everyone but w33. His quick farm helped him act as the tower killer for his team while w33 ran wild. In Game 2, Resolut1on never died as he out farmed and out damaged every other hero as Anti-Mage to put Planet Odd in a position to deliver the killing blow. In Game 3, Resolut1on tried to double down as Anti-Mage, but Liquid had wised up to their schemes, pushing through them with Miracles Huskar. In Game 4, Resolut1on tried to drag his team to victory as Troll Warlord, but a lack of lineup synergy was ultimately their undoing as Miracle's Anti-Mage gave Planet Odd a taste of their own medicine. Seemingly not learning from before, Resolut1on was put back on an early pick Anti-Mage for the final game. Liquid was more than ready as they settled into an aggressive push lineup and never let Resolut1on get off the ground. As well as he played, Resolut1on could not win the series alone and his frustration spilled over into social media after the game, possibly indicating a departure from his teammates in the looming Post-TI shuffle.
Greedy drafts wear out their welcome
July 24, 2017
Miseryfinished Planet Odd's 3-2 loss to Team Liquid in the Grand Finals of DreamLeague Season 7 with a final KDA of 11/35/58.
ANALYSIS
In Game 1 Misery played Keeper of the Light in the safe-lane, which was his safest pick for the entire series. His lane support for Resolut1on paid dividends as it allowed w33 to run wild all over the map to take an explosive Game 1. In Game 2, Misery's middle lane Earthshaker helped to secure the middle lane and obliterate Liquid's hodge-podge lineup to put Planet Odd one game away from victory. In Game 3, Misery's middle support Spirit Breaker was undone by KuroKy's Oracle. Unable to get off the ground, Planet Odd was put away in under 18 minutes. In Game 4, Team Liquid picked around Misery's Tidehunter. Misery played decently, picking up his Blink Dagger at a reasonable time. In the end, there simply wasn't enough cohesion within Planet Odd's lineup to put Liquid away. In Game 5 Misery fell flat on his face as Earthshaker, recording no kills and giving away eight deaths as Liquid ran over Planet Odd for the series win.
Falls flat against Planet Odd
July 23, 2017
KheZu finished Team Secret's 2-0 loss to Planet Odd during the DreamLeague Season 7 Loser's Final with a KDA of 5/8/9.
ANALYSIS
In Game 1, KheZu was bested in lane by Planet Odd's laning strategy more so than their hero composition. Unable to keep Troll Warlord from getting farm, KheZu was subsequently outpaced in terms of levels early on in Game 1. In Game 2, KheZu played Nightstalker in a dual offlane with Puppey's Keeper of the Light. Despite getting off to a good start, there was nowhere for KheZu to follow through as both other lanes had failed without the presence of a true support.
Awkward lanes and heroes hinder MP
July 23, 2017
MP put up an KDA of 9/11/11 in Team Secret's 2-0 loss to Planet Odd during the DreamLeague Season 7 Losers Final.
ANALYSIS
MP played Necrophos in Game 1 in the safe lane with YapzOr's Zeus. Opting for an odd build of Veil and Radiance, MP seemed interested in ulting off the back of Zeus' nukes rather than surviving to allow his auras to do the damage in fights. With KheZu sidelined early in the game, there was little MP could do to capitalize off his teammates' efforts. In Game 2 MP tried his hand at a core Visage in the middle lane with help from YapzOr's Rubick. Once again, Secret saw a decent theory end in disappointment as MP could never begin pushing. Always on the backfoot, Secret were bested by a better version of their own strategy.