Dota Pro Circuit DPC SA 2021/2022 Tour 2: Division I Overview
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Dota Pro Circuit is the product tournament designed by Valve, the founder of the most popular esports, Defence of the Ancients. It is one anticipated championship league that showcases the best esports team in the world to fight for an invitation to the world-renowned tournament, the International. Dota Pro Circuit will provide an action-packed five-on-five tournament game among teams in the world.
With the success of this series of tournament leagues, it has gained a massive campaign which resulted in promoting six regional leagues: China, Europe, South East Asia, Commonwealth of Independent States, North and South America. And up to this day, it is one of the most followed and anticipated Dota 2 league tournaments in the world.
Dota Pro Circuit DPC SA 2021/2022 Tour 2: Division I is the continuation and part of the Dota Pro Circuit 2021/2022 season in connection with the upcoming Stockholm Major League 2023. This season will have the same game format as the previous season, and instead of just having two tours, this season will showcase three.
Tour 2 of South America Division I will be exclusively played online with its Brazil/Peru server. This event will be organized and prepared by two of the well-known esports organizer in the world, 4D Esports, and BTSBrasilTV. As one of the most anticipated championship leagues of the year, here is information useful for fans to follow the development of the tournament.
Things You Should You Know About Dota Pro Circuit DPC SA 2021/2022 Tour 2: Division I
Dota Pro Circuit DPC SA 2021/2022 Tour 2: Division I will have eight teams competing to secure a place for the Stockholm Major League 2023 and hopefully an invitation to this year’s the International. However, the bottom teams for Division I will be demoted to Division II and the top teams in the Division II level will accelerate to Division I. As for the South America region, here are the participating teams along with the list of players that will represent each team.
|Thunder Awaken||Pakazs, DarkMago, Sacred, Matthew, Pandaboo||Division I|
|Infamous||Lumière, Alone, Oscar, Islad1n-, Accel||Division I|
|beastcoast||K1, Chris Luck, Wisper, Scofield, Stinger||Division I|
|APU King of Kings||Benny, mini, dunha1, Jupiter, NUAGES||Division I|
|Lava||Mnz, Leostyle-, Frank, MoOz, Mjz||Division I|
|Hokori||Yuma, 4nalog, Vitaly, Thiolicor, Gardick||Division I|
|Infinity||Rises, PiPi, Mariano, Pamplona, Prada||Division II|
|Barlogs||BernaBerna, Robo-Z, Kingteka, Zxca, SexyeYogye||Division II|
Prize Pool with the Equivalent DPC Points
Dota Pro Circuit DPC SA 2021/2022 Tour 2: Division I is a regional league of the Dota Pro Circuit. And each regional tournament is divided into two, Division I and II with eight teams to compete in a round-robin game format. Each regional league will have a total prize of $280,000 per tour and the prize pool is divided into the two-division,
Division one will have a prize pool of $205,000 while the remaining $75,000 will be the prize for Division II. And as for the DPC points equivalent to each place of the tournament, this season’s regional league will give fewer points than what was usually given unlike from the previous seasons. Here is the breakdown for Dota Pro Circuit DPC EEU 2021/2022 Tour 2: Division I $205,000 prize pool and 920 Pro Circuit 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|
The tournament will officially begin on March 17 and end on April 22, 2023. As of now, there is still no official schedule as to what team will play on the given day of the game period. However, in each week of this six-week schedule, there will be 3 days of such week that will be scheduled for the game. Here are the days that there will be a game scheduled but still no information as to which teams will play on the specific dates given.
- Week One: March 17, 18 and 20
- Week Two: March 24, 25, and 27
- Week Three: March 31, April 1 and 3
- Week Four: April 7, 8, and 10
- Week Five: April 14, 15, and 17
- Week Six: April 21 and 22
Dota Pro Circuit DPC EEU 2021/2022 Tour 2: Division I is scheduled to start on March 17 and end on April 22, 2023. During the period, the competing team will follow this gameplay that will help them land a stop for the Stockholm Major League 2023 and hopefully be invited for the International.
- Eight teams to compete in the division
- 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
As one of the top-tier tournaments for Dota 2, it is not surprising that the tour for the South America Division will have some big names as its sponsors. Among the major sponsors of this league includes Rivalry, BITEL, trovo, Aorus, Intel, Monster, GRID, and Energy.
Since Dota Pro Circuit DPC EEU 2021/2022 Tour 2: Division I will not be a LAN-based tournament and will only be played online. The fans can watch it live via an online stream. For this Tour, Epulze Gaming once again is granted the exclusive privilege to stream the English live that will allow fans to get firsthand information and an in-time update of the game.
The game will be broadcast via Twitch, with the Twitch link – https://www.twitch.tv/epulzegaming.
However, Eplulze Gaming does not only limit broadcasting via Twitch. Fans who are comfortable watching via Youtube can choose this option by going to the official channel of Epulze Gaming.