"Dota 2" is one of the most popular video games today and it's also popular when it comes to esports scene. The game was the most played game on Steam in 2016 and it's gaining even more popularity. This is mostly because of the fact that it's a free game which is available to everyone, but it's also because it's very entertaining and some matches can be very intense and exciting.

One of the most exciting matches that happened recently was a match between SFTe-sports and Team Kinguin. It was a very interesting match with an exciting base race that decided the winner.

At the end, it was SFT who ended up winning the match, with Pablo stealing the spotlight. The player did a fantastic job destroying the opposing team's base, winning the game for his own team.

Pablo's amazing performance

While Team Kinguin was heavily favored, Pablo made sure to give his best and put on a good show. This was a quarterfinal match of ROG Masters EMEA Qualifiers, so it was quite big.

After approximately 56 minutes into the match, Team Kinguin had all five of their players attacking SFT-esports' throne, and they were very close to winning the game. However, they did not notice that Pablo was in their own base, doing massive damage and getting his team closer to a victory.

While Pablo was destroying the opposing team's structures, his teammates managed to score two kills in their own base, reducing the number of opponents to three and protecting their own throne.

ST_ST first earned a killing blow on Team Kinguin's eL lisasH and he followed it with another kill, this time against Kacor.

Pablo was playing with Night Stalker, carefully avoiding attacks from the towers while destroying the opposing throne. Team Kinguin's Exotic Deer teleported back to the base to try to save it, but it was too late for that.

Just a couple of seconds later, Pablo finished off the opposing throne, earning his team a valuable victory against a tough opponent.

Unfortunately, STFe-sports managed to only win this match as they ended up losing the next two. With a 2-1 overall score, Team Kinguin advanced to the semifinals.

What's next?

Team Kinguin will face Team Empire in another best-of-three series.

The series will be held on October 13 and the winner will advance to the finals.

On the other side, HellRaisers will be playing against PENTA Sports for the second spot in the finals. Just like other games in the tournament, this will also be a best-of-three series and it will be played 3 hours and 30 minutes after the Team Kinguin's game.