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Source: Peter the Great St Petersburg Polytechnic University – Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University –

From April 13 to 14, the national team of the St. Petersburg Polytechnic University took part in the games of the zonal stage of the main computer sports competition among students – the All-Russian eSports Student League. The games took place at the Kronbars Arena computer club.

Our rivals were the strongest universities of the Northwestern and Southern Federal Districts: ASTU, IKBFU. I. Kant, VoSU, VolSU, SUAI, DGTU, DonSU, KubSU, KFU, Leningrad State Pedagogical University, Leningrad State University named after. A.S. Pushkin, MKEiIT, NovSU, Pskov State University, SSU named after. Pitirim Sorokina, Northern State University, Kharkiv University.

Each university competed in four types of programs: DOTA 2, Counter-Strike 2, Starcraft 2 and Tekken 8.

As a result, the places were distributed as follows.

1st place SPbPU – 261 points 2nd place Northern State University – 222 points 3rd place DSTU – 215 points

The CS2 team consisting of: Vladislav Kokoulin (ISPO), Dmitry Nazarov (IMMiT), Maxim Golovan (ISPO), Ivan Zelov (ISPO), Daniil Mukhin (ISPO) became the winners of the zonal stage.

DOTA 2 team consisting of: Eduard Khismatulin (IE), Stanislav Yanovsky (PhysMech), Maxim Levashov (ISI), Georgy Yudin (PhysMech), David Podobedov (IMM&T), Elisey Popov (IKNK), Denis Yurin (IE) took 3rd place .

Vladislav Sergeev (IPMEiT) took 3rd place in SC2.

We also thank the team of Maxim Ilyin (IKNK) for their participation in Tekken 8 and the team manager Vadim Iliev (ISPO) for their help.

“The path to the final stage turned out to be a difficult test, in which we had to beat our friends, acquaintances and the same guys who dream of becoming the best in all of Russia,” said DOTA 2 team captain Eduard Khismatulin. — Twice our overall result depended on the final match. Luck was on our side and we passed the test. In the final stage it will be even more difficult, but we will definitely show a decent result. Thanks to everyone who supports us on this difficult path. Be sure to look forward to posts with streams of our players as we prepare for the final stage.”

We wish our athletes success in the finals, which will take place from June 13 to 17 in Moscow!

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