The organizers of Dreamleague Season 20 Dota 2 have officially presented the results of the draw for the group stage of the championship. The participants were divided into groups A and B.
Evil Geniuses, PSG.LGD, Talon Esports, Team Liquid, Team Secret, Team Spirit, TSM and Tundra Esports will play in the former. It is worth noting that Tundra took the last slot in the tournament from the invited teams. All group matches will be held from June 11 to June 14.
Group A members at Dreamleague Season 20
Group B contains 9 Pandas, Beastcoast, Entity, Execration, Gladiators, OG, Shopify Rebellion, and Team Aster. The matches of this group will also take place from 11 to 14 June.
Group B members at Dreamleague Season 20
The first group stage will be held in the bo2 format. The top four teams from each group will advance to the next stage of the event. The remaining teams leave Dreamleague season 20. After that, the second group stage will take place, but with matches in the bo3 format. The top four teams advance to the playoffs.
Dreamleague Season 20 will take place from June 11 to June 25 in an online format. The top 16 teams in the world will compete for a million dollars in prize money and two trips to the Riyadh Masters 2023. Teams who take first and second place will receive slots. The champion also takes $300,000.
Immediately following Dreamleague Season 20, The Bali Major 2023 will begin, the last major of the 2023 DPC season. The event will take place from June 29 to July 9 on LAN in Bali, Indonesia. 18 teams from different regions will participate in the championship – they will compete for $500K in prize money and 3.5K DPC points which are required to participate in The International 12. Valve will hold the final tournament of the year in October 2023 Seattle, USA. .
Recall that Gaimin won Gladiators in the 19th season of Dreamleague. In the finals of the championship, Anton dyrachyo Shkredov’s roster defeated Team Liquid 3:2 and won $300,000, also becoming the first participant in the Riyadh Masters 2023. Liquid received $175,000 for second place.
Source: Cybersport Metaratings
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