Yesterday, four teams competed to secure the Wild Card spot in The International 4 for Dota 2. Coming out on top was Liquid with a solid 4-0 series yesterday. Sent packing were three teams: CIS, MVP, and Virtus.Pro.

With this, Liquid joins up as part of the final 16 teams that will compete in The International 4. The playoff rounds are happening all this week. On Friday, July 18 the main event kicks off with the Upper Bracket matches. The 19th will be the Lower Bracket and All-Star matches. The 20th will be more of the Lower Bracket and the Grand Finals will take place on Monday, July 21.

In addition to the Wild Card round, Valve also held the Solo Championship. The winner of that event was s4 who triumphed over Ferrari_430.

If you missed any of yesterday's action (or even today's), you can catch up quite easily. Valve also set up a great YouTube playlist of interviews, highlights, and video clips from The International 4.

If all of that wasn't enough for you, you can keep up to date on the latest news by simply hitting up the Dota 2 news hub for The International.

You can watch any of the matches either in Dota 2, on Twitch, or at your local establishment if they're streaming it there.