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WTL Summer – Regular Season Awards & Power Rank Review

The World Team League regular season has concluded with Dragon Phoenix Gaming clinching the #1 seed. looks back on the last 11 weeks and hands out regular season awards, and sees how accurate the pre-season Power Rank actually was.



Week 11 Recap
DPG clinch the #1 seed

Regular Season Awards
Zerg, Protoss, and Terran MVP’s

Power Rank Retrospective
We brag about how good we are at ranking teams

Schedule and standings on Liquipedia

by: TheOneAboveU

We’re over the finish line! Well, at least for the regular season.

The final week of play saw Dragon Phoenix Gaming lose to arch-rivals KaiZi Gaming, but they still survived with enough points and map wins to secure a first place finish in the regular season. DPG had been chased into the final week by Team NV, who had a chance to snatch away the #1 spot with a clean victory over Afreeca Freecs. However, Team NV botched this chance by being forced to an ace match by the Freecs, ultimately matching DPG’s 27 points but losing the tie-breaker due to map-score differential (we told you this would be important!).

DPG have now secured a direct seed into the Grand Finals, while Team NV end up with a disappointing second place seed due to their late season collapse after an otherwise dominant campaign. Defending champions KaiZi Gaming finished in third, while Afreeca ended up in fourth place.

The Freecs will face the Shopify Rebellion in the first match-up of the playoffs, with the Canada-based squad able to 100% lock-in their playoff spot with a victory against Team GP. Of the five playoff teams, three are newcomers that joined the WTL this season, demonstrating the increased level of competition due to new participants.

Besides taking a look how the Regular Season results compare to our initial Power Rank, we’re also giving out a bunch of awards to recognize some of the best performers of these eleven weeks of play.

Catch the WTL 2021 Summer Season Playoffs on the stream of Wardi on July 10th and 11th at 11:00 GMT (+00:00)!

Week 11 Recap – Final Week of the Regular Season

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Top 5 teams qualify for the playoffs.
Points are awarded as follows:

  • 3 points for a victory in a series that does not require an ace match
  • 2 points for a victory in a series that requires an ace-match
  • 1 point for a loss in a series that requires an ace-match
  • 0 points for a loss in a series that does not require an ace match

cn Invictus Gaming 2 – 4 us Alpha X
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nl Team Liquid 3 – 4 us Team eXoN
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kr Team NV 4 – 3 kr Afreeca Freecs
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ca Shopify Rebellion 4 – 2 kr Team GP
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cn Good Game Gaming 4 – 2 cn Team LP
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cn KaiZi Gaming 4 – 2 cn Dragon Phoenix Gaming
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Weekly MVP Award: NV.Bunny

Stepping up against the world’s best Protoss player in an ace match against Afreeca Freecs’ AF.Trap, (Wiki)Bunny brought home victory for Team NV and secured second place for the Korean organization. Bunny even set up the ace match himself, taking a critical map against AF.TY earlier in the match. Without Bunny’s heroics, KaiZi Gaming would have overtaken Team NV for second place, swapping positions on the playoff totem poll. Thanks to Bunny, the Freecs now are merely one series away from the Grand Finals.

Weekly MVPs

  • Week 11: NV.Bunny
  • Week 10: DPG.Rogue
  • Week 9: Shopify.ByuN
  • Week 8: GGG.Patience
  • Week 7: αX.RagnaroK
  • Week 6: AF.Trap
  • Week 5: DPG.Cure
  • Week 4: NV.Maru
  • Week 3: Shopify.Lambo
  • Week 2: Liquid`Clem
  • Week 1: NV.Creator

Regular Season AwardsAfter eleven weeks of matches, it’s time to celebrate the best players of the World Team League Summer Regular Season!

Best Terran & Regular Season MVP: DPG.Cure

Competition in this category was fierce indeed, with four of the top five map-winners being Terran players. Each player had a solid argument to be named top Terran: KZ.INnoVation won the most maps with a 19-5 record, including 2-0 in ace matches. Liquid’Clem went 18-7 with a 3-2 record in ace matches, helping his team contend for a playoff spot. NV.Maru amassed a 17-3 record while going 2-0 in ace matches, and played a big part in keeping Team NV undefeated for a large stretch of the season.

More impressive than all the others, however, was (Wiki)Cure. He may have less total map wins than the other Terrans at ‘just’ sixteen (and one ace win), but his 16-1 record and 94% win-rate means he had more positive value than any of the other players. NV.Percival was the only player to score a 100% win rate during the season, but he played in just four maps in total. Cure went undefeated until Week 10, when Maru broke his streak by taking one map from him, meaning that for the entire Regular Season Cure didn’t actually LOSE a single series. While the same holds true for Maru, he gave up more 1-1 ties, including the Week 10 tie against Cure which contributed to Team NV losing the #1 seed.

Overall, the Dragon Phoenix Gaming player is fully deserving of the award as Best Terran of the Regular Season as well as the Most Valuable Player award.

Maru and INnoVation are tied for runner-up in the Best Terran category with their strong performances. Clem, despite doing a fantastic job at carrying Liquid to 6th place, still wasn’t an absolute killer like his peers. While it’s unfair to pin TL’s failure to reach the playoffs on just one player, you have to look at his map losses to iG.Coffee and αX.Nice and wonder what could have been.

Best Zerg: KZ.Solar

Having played in all five seasons of the SCBOY team league under its various names so far, (Wiki)Solar has always ranked among the top five players at the end of the Regular Season. This marks the second season where he’s notched the most map wins, the first time being in the inaugural season of the league. Going 19-4 with an ace record of 0-1, the Zerg achieved a ridiculous 15-1 score against Protoss players throughout the season. He truly is a man to be relied upon in this format, sharing the workload of carrying KaiZi to a top three finish with INnoVation. In terms of historical consistency in these leagues, only the Machine can really rival Solar.

Shopify.Lambo is the clear runner-up in this category, going 16-7 overall and 1-0 in ace matches over his impressive rookie campaign. The German Zerg punched above his weight class several times during the season, becoming the Rebellion’s best and most reliable player and playing a critical role in their qualification for the playoffs. He sometimes struggled when favored and took some really unnecessary losses, which is why he couldn’t come closer to Solar’s overall record, but this season really showed how Lambo can thrive in a format like this.

Best Protoss: DPG.Zest

In the two previous seasons, Alpha X Protoss players claimed this award by helping the Golden Dragons punch above their weight class and reach the playoffs. This time around, Alpha X weren’t able to resist against the might of the WTL’s superteams, and it’s a member of the super-est superteam who wins this award.

Going 14-4, (Wiki)Zest was simply the strongest Protoss player of the Regular Season and almost always secured at least one map for his team when he was fielded (the exception being Week 11 when he faced the even more dominant KZ.Solar). It was hard being a Protoss player this season: Zest is the only representative of his faction to reach the top ten in map wins, while six of the ten lowest win-rate players were Protoss.

AF.Trap is the runner-up for this award, achieving a 13-8 record while going 0-1 in ace matches, keeping Afreeca afloat in concert with AF.Armani after Stats left for the military, and AF.TY—at least mentally—joined him there. NV.sOs quietly played a very solid season with a 10-4 record, perfectly filling his role of supporting Maru, but wasn’t fielded often enough to really contend for this award.

Power Rank Review: How Has it Aged?

You might remember us starting off our coverage of WTL 2021 Summer with a good old-fashioned Power Rank. Now that the Regular Season has wrapped up, it’s time to see how accurate we were.

Bottom Tier

Team LP (Actual Rank: 12 | Power Rank: 12)
Invictus Gaming (Actual Rank: 11 | Power Rank: 11)
Team GP (Actual Rank: 10 | Power Rank: 10)

The three bottom tier teams were fairly predictable in terms of pecking order. Team LP fielded what was clearly the weakest and most inexperienced roster, and the team quickly became the league’s punching bag. Invictus Gaming and Team GP were pretty close to each other in the Power Rank and in reality. The Koreans earned one point more than their Chinese rivals, who actually ended the season with a better map differential. While outclassed in most of their matches, both Team GP and Invictus Gaming had their moments this season. iG even managed to influence the playoff picture, with their unexpected ace match series against Team Liquid costing the Dutch team the one “free” point needed to keep pace with Shopify.

Middle Tier

Good Game Gaming (Actual Rank: 9 | Power Rank: 8)
Team eXoN (Actual Rank: 8 | Power Rank: 9)
Alpha X (Actual Rank: 7 | Power Rank: 5)
Team Liquid (Actual Rank: 6 | Power Rank: 6)
Shopify Rebellion (Actual Rank: 5 | Power Rank: 7)

Things were a bit less clear in the highly competitive mid-table, where an intense battle for fifth place and the final playoff spot ensued between several parties. Good Game Gaming suffered from unreliable performances from Dream and Patience, who we expected to be more consistent when taking past seasons into consideration. Team eXoN was probably one of the weirdest teams to follow this season. The USA-based squad was a wild card, able to challenge top teams on a good day, such as when they forced the ace match against Team NV. But in turn, their lack of consistency across the entire roster saw them give up an ace match against Team GP. By winning the direct duel with GGG, eXoN ensured themselves a finish one rank above’s expectations.

The three-way fight between Alpha X, Team Liquid, and Shopify Rebellion was one of the great stories of this Regular Season with the underdogs from the Rebellion coming out on top. The Golden Dragons earned themselves a lot of credibility in the two previous seasons where they outperformed expectations by leaps and bounds, but they couldn’t quite live up to that standard this season—largely due to Zoun and Astrea failing to repeat their clutch heroics. In contrast, Shopify benefitted massively from the surge in form of Shopify.Lambo, who single-handedly changed the course of their debut season and enabled them to clinch a playoff spot. Liquid landed exactly where we thought they would with Liquid’Clem carrying a huge load and generally receiving solid support from his teammates. Ultimately, Liquid’s downfall was their lack of finishing ability, being forced to a number of ace matches when a clean victory seemed within grasp.

Top Tier

Afreeca Freecs (Actual Rank: 2 | Power Rank: 4)
KaiZi Gaming (Actual Rank: 3 | Power Rank: 3)
Team NV (Actual Rank: 2 | Power Rank: 4)
Dragon Phoenix Gaming (Actual Rank: 1 | Power Rank: 1)

Afreeca suffered from the departure of Stats for mandatory military service during the season, and the situation worsened when AF.TY went through a deep slump. While Stats’ departure was foreseeable (the exact date wasn’t revealed until mid-season), TY’s collapse really threw a wrench into the Power Rank. In contrast, Team NV’s players brought what felt like Proleague-level focus to the WTL, with a nearly impeccable NV.Maru living up to his reputation as a dominant team league force. Many readers did actually predict Team NV higher than, so good intuition there!

Both Chinese powerhouses KaiZi Gaming and Dragon Phoenix Gaming pretty much performed as expected, although DPG didn’t look quite as invincible as their roster suggested, and they needed a bit of luck to secure the #1 seed. Still, our pre-season prediction that DPG was ‘the team to beat, no matter how you look at it.’ has held true—quite literally! By securing the direct seed into the Grand Finals, any team gunning for the title will inevitably have to challenge DPG in a face-to-face duel.



DeFi in style? Here’s how women can break into the game




There are many things to think about when entering this field: what inspires someone to do so; how blockchain technology, crypto and DeFi match with your overall personal or professional philosophy; and how one can change the life of others through promoting DeFi adoption, breaking the stigma surrounding this industry. Have you ever considered entering the decentralized world of blockchain technology? Is there anything holding you back?

In the DeFi industry, the above questions could be very intimidating, but the many women who have cracked into the space are changing the way decentralization is perceived. Getting women involved in an industry that has a preconceived idea of who should be the leaders is difficult, but women every day are breaking the already-established boundaries to perpetuate the industry in all aspects, including education, technological advancements and accessibility.

Their drive to change how education and implementation surrounding accessible finance reaches the masses will hopefully inspire some who have just dipped their toes in this seemingly cold water, showing that the water might actually be warmer than it looks.

Figure out your career goals

For many, the crypto and DeFi industries line up with their career and personal goals and can be used to their advantage professionally. Even if the world of blockchain and crypto falls upon you by accident, this could be an opportunity to explore it and discover how your experiences could benefit from blockchain and DeFi, or vice versa.

For example, while working at a central bank, UNICEF blockchain lead Christina Lomazzo used her institutional perspective to develop a connection. “I’ve been intrigued by the concept because of its power to redistribute traditional power dynamics and create opportunities for groups traditionally excluded from systems,” she told Cointelegraph, adding:

“I stayed in the industry because blockchain and crypto presented an opportunity to work with a foundational technology that offered many ways that systems could be rethought and redesigned.”

Working from the inside and trying to change the traditional power dynamic is a great example of how to use your previously acquired knowledge in DeFi. Changing the process of one institution is sure to make significant changes, profoundly developing the need to push boundaries of the industry and your career.

If one of your interests aligns with education, then perhaps a great thing to think about is how to organize meetups with the goal of educating. Elena Silenikova, co-founder of CryptoChicks, did just that. Studying Ethereum has always been a passion of hers, and after trying and successfully troubleshooting it on Windows, she decided to organize a meetup with other women to discuss Ethereum and share what they know. Silenikova explained:

“We eventually created a meetup group for women to teach them about different blockchains, various wallets and, most importantly, about the security precautions they need to pay attention to while working with crypto. Our meetup group grew; we started doing bigger events and ended up organizing CryptoChicks worldwide blockchain hackathon for women.”

From all over the world, women were traveling to Toronto for hackathons; major companies such as Deloitte and Microsoft were inviting them for seminars; and even women-led educational groups were asking for a CryptoChicks chapter to be established in various countries around the world. Silenikova believes that “many women needed help turning their projects into startups after these hackathons.”

A passion for education is so important to the industry, especially in a space that feels like a closed-off subculture, and that’s exactly what SheFi founder Maggie Love thought. After hearing about blockchain in a meeting, Love decided to read up on the topic, and that’s how she decided that this industry was for her:

“I wanted to figure out a way to kind of create a model like [the NCAA playoff bracket] or to get women excited to play with money in some sort of way and put it in DeFi protocols. There’s a problem that no women are putting their money in DeFi protocols and experimenting with them and earning money on their money.”

Knowing your strengths and interests is key to understanding how you can utilize your past experiences within the DeFi and crypto space, especially if there is a begging call that is pushing you toward the industry. Love added, “I was curious. I read about [blockchain], then I had to be a part of it. It was one of the best decisions I’ve made in many ways to date.”

Why was crypto created?

Well-known within the community, the creator(s) of Bitcoin and a co-founder of Ethereum, two established cryptocurrencies defining crypto and thus DeFi in ways that complement each other, created a new industry that many did not realize its full potential and usefulness — until it happened to be exactly what they were looking for.

After noticing how this industry has so many different ways for people to “poke at the edges” of creativity, Love believes that there is always a way to expand what is there, to push the limits of this boundless industry: “​​With Satoshi and with Buterin, they reimagined the way that the world could be organized for value creation — whether it is money, whether it is a metaverse or in art and creators — in the way that they earn money and get discovered. And so, it’s hard not to live in this world of new imagination once you’re introduced to it.”

With SheFi, Love is able to continue to express the creativity and imagination from the founders of the space without adhering to the perceived status quo of the industry. She added, “Decentralization became possible only because of Satoshi and Vitalik’s work, and now would be the time when people can benefit from it on many levels.”

For Silenikova, it was important for her to start something that is “building borderless businesses on a scale, freedom of implementing your hopes and dreams without any fear that someone can deny, prohibit or block them.” One would be able to access the industry from anywhere in the world, as well as access remote financing and investing, regardless of where you are located because there are “possibilities and yield that you could not even imagine before.”

With Lomazzo, her passion for building ways in which underbanked communities can be fairly represented has crossed over well into the decentralized industry. “Decentralized technologies, particularly blockchain and crypto, introduce opportunities to address cross-cutting societal challenges,” she said. In her work with UNICEF, she used these philosophies to her advantage, funding eight blockchain companies in seven countries to start paving the way toward financial inclusion.

These women used the philosophies of the respective white papers of Bitcoin and Ethereum to their advantage, developing a way to change the world and build a better and borderless system. And this was because of their interpretation of how their professional and personal philosophies can be integrated with the foundation of the space.

How to break down the centralized barriers

Decentralization in the crypto industry has many goals, one of which is to place privacy and control back in the hands of the people. Whether that is by using cryptocurrency or helping your community utilize blockchain technology for data storage, decentralized technology can bring forth freedoms that are otherwise unavailable for many.

Breaking the stigma that crypto is only for a certain group of people is important in order for the industry’s full potential to come to fruition.

Related: Adopting a decentralized way of life, from small steps to giant leaps

However, starting the process can be challenging, and Lomazzo advises to participate in seminars, hackathons and groups dedicated to changing and educating, as well as donating to hedge funds that will help broaden technology because according to her, “More product choices and more institutional adoption will widen the impact of cryptocurrency and create opportunity and choice where they may not otherwise exist.”

The crypto and decentralized world is creative and motivating, but it is important to remember why this industry exists in the first place. Breaking the stigma starts with implementing ways to think about how people are affected by being outside of the centralized financial system and what could be thought to actually open DeFi systems to those communities.

Love stated, “Think about what are the ways we can onboard more people and get more perspectives about what is challenging in the traditional financial system for people who do not have access and privilege,” as she added further:

“Crypto is still pretty homogenous in many ways, and we still need to do the work to think about who our neighbors are that are hurting because they are not in the traditional financial system where it’s not easy for them.”

The decentralized industry still has ways to go, and making sure that you stay educated and curious, without forgetting what has started it all, is a surefire way to start moving toward real-life implementation.

As Silenikova said, “We live in the exciting time of endless possibilities that the blockchain technology has opened up for us, so let’s embrace all of its benefits!” DeFi and crypto have so many possibilities for innovation and implementation, so despite the uncertainties, doubts or the glass ceiling that this industry appears to have, there is always a way that could push the industry forward and beyond.

In an industry that may seem intimidating and inaccessible to many, the inspiration, philosophies and advice that industry pioneers can give to newcomers shed light on the importance of decentralized finance (DeFi) and the utilization of blockchain to store data and protect one’s privacy. 

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Bitcoin sellers in ‘disbelief’ or BTC price wouldn’t still be at $41K — Analyst




Bitcoin (BTC) closed July above $41,000 in a “bullish engulfing” candle that dramatically upends its previous downtrend.

In a tweet on Aug. 1, investor and entrepreneur Alistair Milne joined many celebrating a classic return to form for BTC price action.

Bitcoin refuses to flip bearish

After seeing three straight monthly red candles in a row, BTC/USD held onto late gains to post a monthly close that few had anticipated.

Despite the dip to $29,000, bears failed to stay in the driving seat as July drew to a close as resistance levels fell and sentiment improved. 

“Bullish engulfing on the monthly chart for Bitcoin,” Milne summarized. 

A bullish engulfing pattern is a chart pattern that forms when a small red candle is followed by a large green candle, i.e. July, the body of which completely covers or engulfs the body of the previous candle (June).

BTC/USD 1-month candle chart (Bitstamp). Source: TradingView

The move up — and its staying power — have been so surprising that even seasoned hodlers appear confused about what to do next.

On-chain data shows that some long-term holders (LTHs) are in fact selling as BTC/USD rises, something that analyst Lex Moskovski believes corresponds to the “disbelief” stage of a classic market cycle.

Moskovski highlighted the long-term holder spent output profit ratio indicator (LTH-SOPR), which this weekend hit its lowest levels in 2021.

SOPR looks at the value of coins moved in a particular time period to get an impression of profitability of coins being sold. A downtrend towards the neutral 1 value, host Glassnode explains, suggests that profitability among the coins in question is low.

“Some long-term bitcoin holders are selling into this bounce with minimal profit as indicated by LTH-SOPR hitting this year’s low for two days straight,” Moskovski commented.

“This is one of the reasons we’re still at 41k. Disbelief.”

Bitcoin LTH-SOPR annotated chart. Source: Lex Moskovski/ Twitter

“Like clockwork”

Bulls meanwhile continue to look for triggers that could send BTC/USD past $42,000 resistance for good, this having seen two tests in the past 24 hours.

Related: Bitcoin ‘supercycle’ sets up Q4 BTC price top as illiquid supply hits all-time high

Beyond there, as Cointelegraph noted, little lies in the way until $45,000 and $47,000.

Equally enthusiastic for upside on Saturday was PlanB, the creator of the stock-to-flow price model family, who described Bitcoin’s July close as being a recovery “like clockwork.”

Stock-to-flow, while currently demanding a Bitcoin price of nearly $100,000, remains valid, with PlanB giving a minimum August close requirement of $47,000.

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Don’t Listen to the Experts Saying Bitcoin Price Can Drop to $15K or Reach $100K. Do This Instead.




To truly take power with Bitcoin, you must learn to make your own decisions.

Illustration by Sylvain Saurel

The price of Bitcoin is currently facing what is called a dead cat bounce and will soon fall to $20K and then $15K. This is not my opinion, but it is what Bitcoin Bears have been saying ever since the price of Bitcoin rebounded to around $40K.

Others will tell you that the price of Bitcoin can only go up from here and that it will reach $100,000 in the next few months.

I have to admit that I am in this second category of people. I even wrote an article recently listing 10 major reasons why the price of Bitcoin will reach $100K in the coming months.

As I explained in my article, I have no guarantees to give you. In fact, I can’t give you any, and neither can anyone else. Anyone who tells you otherwise is a liar. The truth is that this is just my personal opinion as I explain to you every time.

It’s the same for every person you read or watch videos for.

No one can tell you what the price of Bitcoin will do in the short term. We all try to give you our view based on our personal view which is by definition biased. It is more or less biased depending on the person. Those who tell you that they only share an opinion are obviously less biased than others.

However, everyone is likely to be biased by their own interests.

People who want to accumulate Bitcoin at a lower price will tell you that we are experiencing a dead cat bounce. Perhaps they are hoping to create some sort of self-fulfilling prophecy that will serve their interests.

In any case, you should not blindly listen to people who give you predictions for the price of Bitcoin. Instead, you should use everything you read or hear to form your own opinion on the matter.

When I share with you an article about why the price of Bitcoin will rise to $100K in the coming months, you should simply read my arguments and add them to your overall thinking.

Take each other’s arguments, and then make up your own mind. Do your own technical analysis. It’s not that hard to master these types of tools if you want to. In short, make the effort on your side so that you don’t depend on anyone else exclusively.

Great experts or gurus who are always right do not exist in life.

You are the only master of your destiny, because at the end of the day, never forget that it is your money that is at stake. If you blindly follow an expert and you get rekt, you will only have yourself to blame. You are the one who chose to blindly follow this expert.

Blindly following without checking yourself goes against what Bitcoin teaches you:

“Don’t Trust, Verify”.

Taking care of your money the best way possible is to verify everything before you decide. Then you can make the best decisions for your future regarding money.

You will probably make mistakes, but we all make them at one time or another. The key is to use those mistakes to learn from them so that you can do better in the future. As you move forward, you’ll quickly be able to forge your own destiny in the Bitcoin world.

Better yet, you’ll be able to step back when you read articles announcing a Bitcoin price of $10K or $250K. Your knowledge and logical reasoning will allow you to position yourself to act in your own best interests.

I thought this reminder was necessary as I see more and more people making price predictions and some telling me in comments that I have no proof that Bitcoin will reach $100K.

As you understand, I have no proof of that, and I am only sharing my opinion on the subject with you. So this is a feeling that should only be used as food for your own thoughts on Bitcoin.

It is up to you to decide because you are the only one in charge of Bitcoin, whose main goal remains the same: to give you the power over your money and your life.

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