Dota Pro Circuit DPC SEA 2021/2022 Tour 2: Division I: Overview

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The Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) is a professional tournament format system for the competitive five-on-five video game Dota 2. It was introduced in 2017 by Valve, the game’s developer, to determine which teams are worthy of a direct invitation to The International, Dota 2’s top annual championship. The DPC replaced the previous Dota Major Championship series (2015–2016), which was criticized for Valve’s lack of consistency and openness in giving invitations to The International.

A sponsored Dota 2 event with two teams from North America, South America, Southeast Asia, China, Europe, and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), a minimum prize pool of $500,000 (to which Valve provides $500,000), and LAN finals are known as a “Major” in the Dota Pro Circuit. There is also a “Minor” championship tier that meets the same criteria but with a prize pool of $150,000.

The Dota Pro Circuit DPC SEA 2021/2022 Tour 2: Division I is a major and a continuation of The DPC 2021-2022 Tour 1: Division I, where BOOM Esports finished first and were also proclaimed winners in the DPC SEA 2021/2022 Tour 1: Regional Finals last February 11 – 13, 2023. More so, with the team’s victory at the GAMERS GALAXY: Invitational Series Dubai 2023, many fans are curious as to who would be able to stop BOOM Esports’ momentum.

Furthermore, the Dota Pro Circuit DPC SEA 2021/2022 Tour 2: Division I will commence March 16 – April 21, 2023, and it is one of the most eagerly anticipated events in the region, as supporters of various teams enjoy seeing legendary clashes between Southeast Asian teams. It’s also a promising massive event because the new patch will affect the path of each team’s hero pool and tactics. In addition, each side can beat the others. In other words, any team can win the tournament and take home the $30,000 prize money and 400 DPC points.

Dota Pro Circuit DPC SEA 2021/2022

Things You Should Know More About the Dota Pro Circuit DPC SEA 2021/2022 Tour 2: Division I

Participating Teams

The Southeast Asia region is regarded as one of the most recognized communities in Dota 2, not only because of its large fan base and percentage of daily players but also because of the large number of competitive teams in the region. Here are your teams and players who are competing for Dota Pro Circuit DPC SEA 2021/2022 Tour 2: Division I:

No. Team Players Seed
1. BOOM Esports JaCkky, Yopaj, Fbz, TIMS, skem Division I
2. Fnatic Raven, Armel, Jabz, DJ, Jaunuel Division I
3. T1 Gabbi, Karl, Kuku, Xepher, Whitemon Division I
4. TEAM SMG MidOne, MooN, Raging Potato, ah fu, ninjaboogie Division I
5. Neon Esports Asta`, avataRmod3, Enryu, Jing, Abeng- Division I
6. Execration Palos, Bob, Tino, Shanks, RR Division I
7. Polaris Esports Natsumi-, Lelouch-, Force, Xavius, mavis Division II
8. Nigma Galaxy SEA inYourdreaM, AlaCrity, mizu, Jhocam, poloson Division II

Country Representation

No. Country Percentage (%) Players
1. Philippines 27/40 (68%) Abeng-, Armel, Asta丶, avataRmod3, Bob, DJ, Enryu, Force, Gabbi, Jaunuel, Jing, Karl, Kuku, Lelouch-, mavis, Natsumi-, ninjaboogie, Palos, Raging Potato, Raven, RR, Shanks, skem, TIMS, Tino, Xavius, Yopaj
2. Indonesia 5/40 (13%) Fbz, inYourdreaM, Jhocam, Whitemon, Xepher
3. Malaysia 4/40 (10%) ah fu, AlaCrity, MidOne, MooN
4. Singapore 2/40 (5%) mizu, poloson
5. Laos 1/40 (3%) JaCkky
6. Thailand 1/40 (3%) Jabz

It is not surprising that the Philippines has the most players in Southeast Asia as the country has full of talents and skillful players, as most of these guys have played Dota 1 during the early 2000s and continued playing until the golden era of Dota 2. More so, the Philippines has the most supportive fans, it may be in their local teams or teams from other regions like EG, OG, PSG.LGD, Team Spirit, etc.

Prize Pool and DPC Distribution

Place USD Seed DPC Points Team
1st Place $30,000 Stockholm Major – Div. I 400 TBA
2nd Place $28,000 Stockholm Major – Div. I 240 TBA
3rd Place $27,000 Stockholm Major – Div. I 160 TBA
4th Place $26,000 Div. I 80 TBA
5th Place $25,000 Div. I 40 TBA
6th Place $24,000 Div. I TBA
7th Place $23,000 Div. II TBA
8th Place $22,000 Div. II TBA

Teams competing in the Dota Pro Circuit DPC SEA 2021/2022 Tour 2 are battling out for Dota Pro Circuit points. It is significant to earn these points as soon as possible because, in most cases, only two direct invites from the region will be awarded for The International 11. To qualify for the event, teams must compete in other tournaments or play in The International Wildcard

Tournament Format

  • The participating teams are consisting of six (6) teams from Division I of the previous tour and two (2) teams from Division II of the previous tour
  • Round-robin format
  • Every match is a best-of-three
  • Teams in 1st through 3rd position 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

Game Schedule

Week 1

March 16, 2023,

15:00 PHT: Polaris vs NGX.SEA

18:00 PHT: Fnatic vs Neon

March 17, 2023,

18:00 PHT: Team SMG vs Execration

March 19, 2023,

15:00 PHT: T1 vs Polaris

18:00 PHT: BOOM Esports vs NGX.SEA

Week 2

March 23, 2023

15:00 PHT: T1 vs NGX.SEA

18:00 PHT: BOOM Esports vs Polaris

March 23, 2023

15:00 PHT: T1 vs NGX.SEA

18:00 PHT: BOOM Esports vs Polaris

March 24, 2023

18:00 PHT: Execration vs Neon

March 26, 2023

15:00 PHT: Fnatic vs Neon

18:00 PHT: T1 vs SMG

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Week 3

March 30, 2023

15:00 PHT: Team SMG vs Polaris

18:00 PHT: BOOM Esports vs Neon

March 31, 2023

18:00 PHT: T1 vs Execration

April 2, 2023

15:00 PHT: Team SMG vs Neon

18:00 PHT: Fnatic vs NGX.SEA

Week 4

April 6, 2023

15:00 PHT: Execration vs Polaris

18:00 PHT: Team SMG vs NGX.Sea

April 7, 2023

18:00 PHT: T1 vs Neon

April 9, 2023

15:00 PHT: Fnatic vs Polaris

18:00 PHT: BOOM Esports vs Execration

 

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