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Blizzcon China Qualifier English VODs

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Hey guys, DTwo here (2014 top 4 Worlds).  I decided to cast the Chinese Blizzcon Qualifier tournament / regional championship on my twitch, and now the VODs are on YouTube, if you're interested: 

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