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Ivan «MinD_ContRoL» Ivanov is a Bulgarian Dota 2 player.

It seems that Ivan «MinD_ContRoL» Ivanov is literally made for majors, and they are for him. This time, MC broke into ESL One Berlin Major 2023 as a replacement for OG due to the fact that DM did not receive a visa. Every time at such tournaments, the Bulgarian suddenly blossoms. So this time Ivanov found a second youth.

Awards and prizes:

Winner of The International 2017, StarLadder i-League Invitational Season 3, EPICENTER 2017, StarLadder i-League Invitational #2, StarLadder i-League StarSeries Season 3, EPICENTER 2016.

Ivan Borislav Ivanov, better known as MinD_ContRoL, is a professional Dota 2 player currently playing for Team Liquid.

Ivan «mc» Ivanov — off laner of the NGX team. Formerly known as MinD_ContRoL

Ivan appeared on the professional stage in February 2014 as part of Vast Cast. In April, the five were signed by the organization Aftershock Gaming. The team failed to show decent results, and soon lost sponsorship. The line-up continued to perform together under the tag Basically Unknown.

In 2014-2015 MinD_ContRoL played for Oslik Gaming, Burden United and some other little-known teams. In May 2015, he competes at the TI5 qualifiers with hehe uinited. The team fails, and Ivan joins 5Jungz, who soon begin to cooperate with Team Liquid. As part of the latter, the player reached the final of The Shanghai Major 2016 and The Manila Major 2016, entered the top 8 at The International 2016, won EPICENTER 2017, DreamLeague Season 7, and also won TI7.

In 2018, the roster won StarLadder i-League Invitational #4 and China Dota2 Supermajor, and entered the top 4 at The International 2018.

In 2019, the guys made it to the final of TI9, but were defeated. As a reward, they received $4.4 million. In September, the five left the club, and in November, the roster was acquired by Nigma Galaxy. Under the new tag, he won the WePlay! Dota 2 Tug of War: Mad Moon, which took place in February 2020. In 2021, the five rarely appeared on the pro scene, and did not achieve much success.

2022 ESL One Malaysia Riyadh Masters 2022DPC WEU 2022 Tour 3: Division IIGamers Without Borders 2022: Europe & CISDPC WEU 2021/22 Tour 2: Division IDPC WEU 2022 Tour 2: Division IGAMERS GALAXY: Invitational Series Dubai 2022DPC WEU 2021/ 22 Tour 1: Division IOGA Dota PIT Season 5: Europe/CIS ESL One Summer 2021 WePlay AniMajor DreamLeague Season 15 DPC Western Europe Upper DivisionDreamLeague Season 15 DPC EU Upper DivisionDreamLeague Season 14 DPC EU Upper DivisionOGA Dota PIT Season 4: Europe/CIS Epic League Division 1 2020 ESL One Germany OGA Dota PIT 2020 Season 3: EU/CIS Omega League Europe Immortal Division OMEGA League: Europe Immortal DivisionOGA Dota PIT 2020 Season 2: Europe CISBEYOND EPIC: Europe/CIS 2020 BLAST Bounty Hunt ESL One Birmingham 2020 — Online : Europe & CISWePlay! Pushka League S1: Div. 1 ESL One Los Angeles 2020 — Online: Europe & CIS WePlay Dota 2 Tug of War Mad Moon DreamLeague Season 13 2020 WePlay Bukovel Minor The International 2019 The International 2019 EPICENTER Major 2019 2019 ESL One Birmingham MDL Disneyland Paris Major DreamLeague Season 11 2019 MDL Macau 2019 The Chongqing Major MegaFon Winter Clash The Kuala Lumpur Major The International 2018 The International 2018 2018 China Dota2 Supermajor 2018 ESL One Birmingham EPICENTER 2018 DreamLeague Season 9 2018 The Bucharest Major 2018 ESL One Katowice StarLadder & i-League Invitational #4 2018 ESL One Genting ROG DreamLeague Season 8DreamLeague Season 8Midas Mode EuropeAMD SAPPHIRE Dota PIT League Season 6ESL One Hamburg 2017StarLadder & i-League Invitational #3FACEIT Pro League EU September 2017 (Dota 2)The International 2017DreamLeague Season 7EPICENTER 2017 (Dota 2)DreamLeague Season 7 — EU DivisionStarLadder & i-League Invitational #2 (Dota 2)The Kiev Major 2017StarLadder & i-League StarSeries — Season 3 (Dota 2)ASUS ROG DreamLeague Season 6 — FinalsASUS ROG DreamLeague Season 6 — League PlayThe International 2016The Summit 5ESL One Frankfurt 2016The Manila Major 2016EPICENTER 2016 — Dota 2 FinalsESL One Manila 2016BTS Europe #3 BTS Pro Series Season 3 Europe/CIS The Shanghai Major 2016Captains Draft 3.0StarLadder & i-League StarSeries — Season 1 (Dota 2)World Cyber Arena 2015 (Dota 2)The Summit 4The Defense Season 5D2CL Season 6Nanyang Dota 2 Championships Season 1Alienware Summer’s End CupHitbox Challenger by RazerGame Show Dota 2 InvitationalGIGABYTE Challenge #16MSI Dragon Battle #4GIGABYTE Challenge #13MSI Dragon Battle #1Bridon Open CupGIGABYTE Challenge #9i52 (Dota 2)

Профессиональная карьера MinD_ContRoL началась с Vast Cast в феврале 2014 года, где команде удалось пройти квалификацию для различных небольших онлайн-кубков. Команда была подписана Aftershock Gaming в апреле в том году, когда после нескольких изменений реестра команде удалось выиграть Insomnia52 ASUS RoG Dota 2 Cup LAN в Великобритании и GIGABYTE Challenge № 9.

В сентябре этот список покинул Aftershock Gaming и начал играть под именем Basically Unknown.
Несмотря на то, что MinD_ContRoL почти полностью восстанавливает реестр команды на ежемесячной основе, команде удалось постоянно выигрывать или занимать высокие места в различных онлайн-кубках на протяжении всей зимы, и в итоге получило квалификацию для сезона 3 DreamLeague.

Теперь без команды MinD_ContRoL играл в основном как наемник для других команд. Он сыграл несколько матчей с Oslik Gaming, а затем был приглашен на «Burden United» после того, как команда в основном расформирована, чтобы завершить свои турнирные обязательства. Команда закончила тем, что отправилась в нижнюю часть игрового шоу Invitational, заняв второе место. Список остался вместе временно, так как теперь они были приглашены в Hitbox Challenger от Razer.

Войдя в пост TI5 в качестве бесплатного агента, выяснилось, что он присоединился к новой команде KuroKy 5Jungz после того, как их пригласили в ESL One New York European Qualifiers. Присоединение к ним на 5Jungz было немецкой серединой FATA-, а также финский дуэт MATUMBAMAN и JerAx, которые играли поддержку носителей и роуминга соответственно. Команда быстро сделала себе имя в онлайн-турнирах и отборочных турнирах и вскоре была подобрана Team Liquid. Под новым баннером эта команда быстро стала страшной электростанцией в международных сетях в течение их времени вместе в 2016 году, выиграв EPICENTER LAN в Москве и заняв второе место в двух Major (Шанхае и Маниле), попав только в Team Secret и OG соответственно. Однако, разочаровывающий результат на «Интернационале 2016», два игрока покинули команду. MinD_ContRoL будет продолжаться в Team Liquid.

Конкурентоспособный сезон 2016—2017 гг. Начнется медленно для MinD_ContRoL и Team Liquid. После того, как команда не смогла претендовать на титул «Boston Major» и еще один игрок, Team Liquid снова появилась в конце 2016 года после победы над DreamLeague. В 2017 году команда снова вернулась к власти в международных сетях, выиграв четыре back-to-back LANS в период с мая по август 2017 года, кульминацией которой стала их победа в International 2017 . В TI7 MinD_ContRoL перенесла Team Liquid на победу в финале с нижним кронштейном против LGD. Forever Young.


Player mc from Dota 2

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MinD_ContRoL — болгарский киберспортсмен по Dota 2, в настоящее время представляющий команду Team Nigma, ставший чемпионом The International в 2017 году, и заработавший более $4,5 млн призовых за всю свою карьеру.

MinD_ContRoL начал свою карьеру в 2014 году, выступая за различные команды тир-2 и тир-3 уровней. В следующем году Kurory пригласил его в свою новую команду 5jungz. After winning the Alienware Summer’s End Cup, the team was signed to a contract under Team Liquid.

Although they missed The Frankfurt Major, Mind_Control and his team qualified for The Shanghai Major 2016 where they reached the final but lost to Team Secret. At The Manila Major 2016, Team Liquid again took second place, losing to OG. At The International 2016, the team from Europe was the favorite, but took only 7-8th place. The next season, MinD_ContRoL and his team did not attend The Boston Major 2016, but successfully qualified for The Kiev Major 2017 and took 5th-8th place. They also qualified for The International 2017 by winning the EPICENTER tournament and became champions. At the world championship, the team took first place, and MinD_ContRoL proved to be the best offlaner in the world. His hero Nature’s Prophet became a permanent no-go area for the next six months. The team was at the top of the tier-1 tournaments throughout the 2017-2018 season, taking silver at DreamLeague Season 8 and EPICENTER XL, as well as gold at China Dota2 Supermajor. Thanks to the new DPC ranking system, the team directly qualified for The International 2018, where they finished 4th. The following season, the team received silver at the MDL Disneyland Paris Major and EPICENTER Major 2019, which allowed them to directly qualify for The International 2019. At the World Championship, MinD_ContRoL and the team lost in the final to OG with a score of 1:3.

After the World Championship, the players and the club’s management could not agree on contractual terms, and the entire team left Team Liquid, creating a new organization called Team Nigma. Having missed part of the 2019-2020 season, the team qualified for DreamLeague Season 13: The Leipzig Major thanks to the victory at the WePlay! Bukovel Minor 2020. At the big tournament, the team took 7-8th place. Before the start of the «online era», Team Nigma was able to win one of the last offline tournaments in 2020, which was called WePlay! Dota 2 Tug of War: Mad Moon. Due to the outbreak of the pandemic, MinD_ContRoL and his friends disappointed many fans by winning only OGA Dota PIT Season 2: EU/CIS in nine months. In the new DPC season, the team qualified for the Wild Card stage ONE Esports Singapore Major 2021.

At the major in Berlin, MC just shines

It’s hard to imagine what a thrill a player feels when he returns to a major after a long period on the tier-2 scene. But you look at MC. During pauses, he massages the young bzm, and a smile does not leave his face.

Borislavov generally enjoys fooling around on camera — for example, he beats his nickname on Yuragi. This, in turn, pleases the fans.

But the MC shines even more in the lobby. Ivanov played an exemplary game on the first map with Spirit. He initiated well on Earth Shaker and did not allow the «dragons» to consolidate the advantage.

OG took the first map without any problems. The start of the second one was also successful: MC and Taiga took Yatoro on Lancer in the lane, but then lost several ganks and didn’t realize their draft.

In the rest of the matches, the Bulgarian played on less prominent characters like Underlord, but even there he clearly played his role. According to the results of two days of the Major, he takes the third place among all offlaners and 12th among all players of the KDA tournament. Not bad for a lower division player, right?

This has happened before. Then the team with MC flew into the top 4

Do you remember how MC stood for Ninjas in Pajamas? It happened in 2018 at The Kuala Lumpur Major. Then Neta «33» Shapira failed to get into the tournament: Israeli citizens are restricted from entering Malaysia due to the lack of diplomatic relations between the countries. Therefore, Ivanov, who played for Liquid, was called in as a replacement (his team did not qualify for the tournament, just like this time).

Back then NiP couldn’t boast of outstanding results. At the ESL One Hamburg event preceding the Major, the team took the penultimate place, and the replacement in the face of the fading MC did not inspire optimism. But the offlaner helped NiP reach the top 4 in Kuala Lumpur and earn 1350 DPC points — this is the best result for the entire existence of the club.

Other Statistics

MinD_ContRoL is currently ranked in highest overall earnings, and in highest earnings for players from Bulgaria.

Largest Prize from a Single Tournament

The largest cash prize that MinD_ContRoL has been awarded from a single tournament was from The International 2017 on August 12, 2017. His 1st place finish makes up of his total prize money won.

$100,000 Milestone

MinD_ContRoL obtained $100,000 in total prize money earned on March 6, 2016 with a cash prize from his 2nd place finish at The Shanghai Major 2016. Prize money from 18 tournaments got him to that point.

Recent Earnings

MinD_ContRoL has won in prize money from a single tournament within the last 90 days, none of which came in the last month.

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