Natus Vincere, Dendi and iceiceice will miss The International for the first time

The Ukrainian team Natus Vincere, one of its members, Dendi and the legend of Southeast Asia, iceiceice, have not passed through the qualification to The International 2017.

Previously the Singapore cyber-sportsman, iceiceice, played in every yearly tournament from Valve.

The history of iceiceice’s participations at The International:

The International 2011 — held the 3rd place being on the roster of Scythe Gaming ($150,000)
The International 2012 — held the 5th-6th place being on the roster of Team Zenith ($35,000)
The International 2013 — held the 9th-12th place being on the roster of Team Zenith ($0) and, also, held the 1st place at The International 2013: Solo Tournament
The International 2014 — held the 4th place being on the roster of Team DK (~$420,000)
The International 2015 — held the 4th place being on the roster of Vici Gaming (~$1,570,000)
The International 2016 — held the 5th-6th place being on the roster of EHOME (~$935,000)

From the start of The International 2011 and to the present day, Dendi has been playing on the roster of the team Natus Vincere. The player could become the first Dota 2 world champion in 2011 and became the finalist of the same event in 2012 and 2013.

The team Natus Vincere could not qualify to The International this year, having taken the 5th place in the regional qualifying round.

See also: TnC Gaming ensured itself a slot at The International 2017

The history of Dendi’s participations in the roster of Natus Vincere at The International:

The International 2011 — 1st place ($1,000,000)
The International 2012 — 2nd place ($250,000
The International 2013 — 2nd place (~$630,000)
The International 2014 — 7th-8th place (~$520,000)
The International 2015 — 13th-16th place (~$55,000)
The International 2016 — 13th-16th place (~$100,000)