Overview on Dota Pro Circuit DPC CN 2021/2022 Tour 2: Division I
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The Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) is an internationally recognized professional tournament format system for the Defense of the Ancients 2 (DotA 2). This tournament was created by the game’s developer, Valve, to determine which teams will be eligible for a one-way ticket to the world-renowned The International via a direct invitation.
The Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) is a newer elimination game that has taken the Dota Major Championship Series (2015-2016). The alleged significant move was panned by fans due to the developer’s unpredictability and lack of transparency in the handling of international invitations.
The DPC 2021-2022 season will follow the same format as the previous season. The difference between this season and the previous one is that there will be three tours. After the final tour, the top twelve DPC-produced teams will be automatically eligible for The International 11. All of the remaining spots will be determined by regional, last-chance qualifiers.
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The Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) will have a regional league system with six areas. These areas will be divided into two divisions, each with eight teams: Division I and Division II. In addition, each league will be six weeks long. The following tournament organizers will be in charge of the aforementioned regional leagues:
|Eastern Europe||Epic Esports Events|
|Southeast Asia||Beyond the Summit|
|South America||4D Esports|
Each Regional League tournament has a total prize pool of $280,000 per tour. The award is split into two divisions: Division I will receive $205,000, and Division 2 will receive $75,000. The Tier 2 Dota Pro Circuit DPC CN 2021/2022 Tour 2: Division I will commence from March 15 to April 22, 2023.
China participating teams are one of the most well-anticipated by fans all over the world that follow Dota 2 events and tournaments because they are well skilled and talented and have a wide hero pool selection. Also, most of these teams are unpredictable, especially when it comes to drafting and strategy, especially with the new game patch. There will be six (6) teams from the previous tour’s Division I and two (2) teams from the previous tour’s Division II. Here are the are participating teams for Dota Pro Circuit DPC CN 2021/2022 Tour 2: Division I:
|1.||PSG.LGD||Ame, NothingToSay, Faith_bian, XinQ, y`||Group I|
|2.||Team Aster||Monet, Ori, Xxs, BoBoKa, 皮球||Group I|
|3.||Royal Never Give Up||圣子华炼, Somnus`M, Chalice, FelixCiaoBa, xNova||Group I|
|4.||EHOME||Shiro, 7e, zeal, planet, zzq||Group I|
|5.||Vici Gaming||poyoyo, Xm, Irving, Yds., 起风了||Group I|
|6.||LBZS||Kagome, Pyue, Molasses, CatYou, detachment||Group I|
|7.||Xtreme Gaming||J, Paparazi, Srf, Pyw, Dy||Group II|
|8.||Team Magma||白也, Dust, Tzy`, mianmian, Kazz||Group II|
Prize Pool, and DPC Distribution
The tournament has a prize pool of $205,000 and 920 Pro Circuit points. And it will be distributed through:
|Place||USD Amount||Seed||DPC Points||Team|
|1st Place||30,000 USD||Stockholm Major
|2nd Place||28,000 USD||Stockholm Major
|3rd Place||27,000 USD||Stockholm Major
|4th Place||26,000 USD||Stockholm Major
|5th Place||25,000 USD||Division I||40||TBA|
|6th Place||24,000 USD||Division I||–||TBA|
|7th Place||23,000 USD||Division II||–||TBA|
|8th Place||22,000 USD||Division II||–||TBA|
- Round-robin format
- Every match is a best-of-three
- Teams in the first through fourth places are qualified for ESL One Stockholm 2023
- For the upcoming tour, the first to sixth place teams will remain in their present category
- For the next tour, the bottom two teams are relegated to Division II
|1||China||90% (36/40)||7e, Ame, BoBoKa, CatYou, Chalice, detachment, Dust, Dy, Faith_bian, Irving, J, Kagome, Kazz, mianmian, Molasses, Monet, Ori, Paparazi灬, planet, poyoyo, Pyue, Pyw, shiro, Somnus丶M, Srf, Tzy丶, XinQ, Xm, Xxs, y`, Yds., zzq, 圣子华炼, 白也, 皮球, 起风了|
|2||Malaysia||10% (4/40)||FelixCiaoBa, NothingToSay, xNova, zeal|
The upcoming Dota Pro Circuit DPC CN 2021/2022 Tour 2: Division I will have broadcast talents from these selected languages/communities: English, Russian, Chinese, Portuguese, and Spanish. Also, the stream will be available on Twitch and other social media outlets like YouTube, Exclusive Dota 2 Chinese Streams, and even in-game Live Streaming.
The upcoming Dota Pro Circuit DPC CN 2021/2022 Tour 2: Division I is one of the most hyped Valve tournaments aside from the community’s favorites, the Southeast Asian Region DPC, because of the number of highlights every match it produces. Also, the participating teams are the ones that are being looked forward to as there’s no guaranteed team will win the whole tournament as there will always be the better one in every matchup.
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