Dota Pro Circuit DPC NA 2021/2022 Tour 2: Division I Overview
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Dota Pro Circuit is one prestigious international tournament created and produced by the founder of the most popular five-on-five game Defence of the Ancients, Valve. The said tournament aims to showcase the best-of-the-best teams in the world and gather them all into the big stage, the International. With the massive success of Dota Pro Circuit over the years, it had opened its doors to players in six regional leagues.
These regional tournaments include the region of China, Commonwealth of Independent States, Europe, South East Asia, South, and North America. Lastly, Dota Pro Circuit is one of the most followed and anticipated tournaments in the world, especially in the esports community.
Dota Pro Circuit DPC NA 2021/2022 Tour 2: Division I form part of the Dota Pro Circuit 2021/2022 season for the preparation of the upcoming Stockholm Major League 2023. Most of the time Dota, Pro Circuit follows the same game format from its previous season, however, this season differs from its predecessors as it will have three tours instead of having just two.
North America is already on its Tour 2, this tour shall be exclusively played online and not via LAN connection. This event is organized by the famous Electronic Sports League (ESL). Since this regional league is one of the most anticipated tournaments in the esports community, here is some useful information fans should know to follow the development of the league.
Dota Pro Circuit DPC NA 2021/2022 Tour 2: Division I Information Fans Should Know
Prize Pool With the Breakdown of DPC Points
Since Dota Pro Circuit DPC NA 2021/2022 Tour 2: Division I is part of the Dota Pro Circuit Regional League, it is public knowledge that each regional tournament is divided into two divisions. These divisions, Division I and Division II, will have to divide the prize pool of $280,000 given per tour.
A whopping prize of $205,000 is dedicated to Division I while Division II will have the remaining $75,000 of the prize. As to the Dota Pro Circuit points equivalent to each place of the tournament, this brand-new season will have a lesser point system than the previous seasons. Here is the breakdown for Dota Pro Circuit DPC NA 2021/2022 Tour 2: Division I prize and equivalent DPC points.
|Place||USD Prize||Seed||DPC Points|
|1st||$30,000||Stockholm Major / Division I||400|
|2nd||$28,000||Stockholm Major / Division I||240|
|3rd||$27,000||Stockholm Major / Division I||160|
A total of eight teams in the Dota Pro Circuit DPC NA 2021/2022 Tour 2: Division I, will be given a chance to showcase their skills and fight for a spot in the upcoming Stockholm Major League 2023 that help secure an invitation to the International. The result for this regional tour will determine who will be the bottom two teams that will be demoted to Division II and which are the tops teams in Division II that will step up to Division I. For North America region Tour 2: Division I, the participating and the players to represent them includes:
|Quincy Crew||YawaR, Quinn, KheZu, MiLAN, ponlo||Division I|
|TSM||Timado, Bryle, SabeRLight-, MoonMeander, DuBu||Division I|
|Evil Geniuses||Arteezy, Abed, Nightfall, Cr1t-, JerAx||Division I|
|4 Zoomers||Costabile, Gunnar, Moo, ZFreek, Husky||Division I|
|Wildcard Gaming||YamSun, esK, Davai Lama, Alexxo, Sammyboy||Division I|
|simply TOOBASED||boris, Ryoya, TheBloodySky, FLee, empyreaN||Division I|
|The Cut||Scourge McDuck, Kitzz, Ade, bgod, Overlom||Division II|
|Team DogChamp||Stonebank, RayLalisa, lukiluki, yarintheslayer, Bloody Nine||Division II|
Dota Pro Circuit DPC NA 2021/2022 Tour 2: Division I will officially start on March 15 and will end on April 20, 2023. Here are the scheduled teams to play per week of the said regional league tournament.
|March 15||Quincy Crew v. Wildcard Gaming|
|March 16||4 Zoomers v. simply TOOBASED,
Evil Geniuses v. The Cut
|March 19||TSM v. Team DogChamp,
Wildcard Gaming v. Evil Geniuses
|March 22||Quincy Crew v. 4 Zoomers|
|March 23||TSM v. simply TOOBASED,
The Cut v. Team DogChamp
|March 26||Evil Geniuses v. simply TOOBASED,
Quincy Crew v. Team DogChamp
|March 29||The Cut v. TSM|
|March 30||4 Zoomers v. Wildcard Gaming,
simply TOOBASED v. Team DogChamp
|April 2||Evil Geniuses v. 4 Zoomers,
TSM v. Wildcard Gaming
|April 5||Quincy Crew v. The Cut|
|April 6||4 Zoomers v. TSM,
Wildcard Gaming v. Team DogChamp
|April 9||Evil Geniuses v. Quincy Crew,
The Cut v. simple TOOBASED
For the remaining two weeks, there is still no scheduled teams to play on its designated day as for the teams that will play for these schedule dates will depend on the winning teams on the other weeks game. However, here are the date scheduled for the last two weeks of this regional league tour.
- Week Five: April 12, 13, and 16
- Week Six: April 19 and 20
Dota Pro Circuit DPC SA 2021/2022 Tour 2: Division I is set to start on March 15 and will end on April 20, 2023. The game format provided in this season’s tour is almost the same as another regional league of DPC. Here is the gaming format to follow and the team shall abide in order to land a spot for Stockholm Major League 2023 and hopefully an invitation for the International.
- The division will have eight teams that will compete with another
- Single round-robin elimination that will be Best-of-Two
- The 1st to 3rd place teams will be qualified to ESL One Stockholm 2023
- The 1st to 6th place teams will remain in their current division for the next tour
- Two bottom teams will be demoted to Division II for the next tour
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