DPC 2022 Southeast Asia has always been a region of highs and lows, often fielding multiple teams that can challenge leading rosters worldwide while sometimes dipping till only one or two lineups attract attention on an international phase.
Heading right into the Spring Tour of the 2022 Dota Pro Circuit, not only has BOOM Esports emerged as a group currently placed as a favorite to dash The International 11, but Fnatic, Team SMG, and T1 are ready to surpass their previous results from the Winter months Trip.
DPC 2022 SEA Reward Pool and Layout
Adhering to the swap to a Regional Final format for the Wintertime Tour, Valve has reverted to its first DPC style for the Springtime Tour. This means teams in Division I will be competing for their share of $205,000, 920 Pro Circuit points, and a place at the Stockholm Major.
SEA matches across Division I and II will undoubtedly range from March 14 to April 21 in a conventional round-robin. The region in its entirety will obtain 3 spots at the Stockholm Major, which will be held from May 12 to 22, preventing any future changes.
At the end of the Spring Scenic tour, the bottom 2 groups from Division I will drop right into Division II, with the top two lineups from Division II going up to change them for the third and the last Scenic Tour of the 2022 DPC season. Furthermore, the bottom 2 teams from Department II will undoubtedly be delegated out of the local organization to allow two new teams from an open qualifier to contend. However, this number can vary between Tours as lineups transform.
T1 nearly defeated BOOM in the Regional Final and is also returning with the same roster to recover the SEA crown for the first time in the 2022 DPC period.
Furthermore, SMG and Fnatic showed promise in the Winter season Scenic tour. The previous can be found in Department II, and both functioned to separate themselves from the groups that wound up battling to fend off relegation.
Neon Esports and Execration are searching for a way to split right into the top of the rankings after middling performances last Tour. At the same time, Polaris Esports and Nigma Galaxy SEA wish to replicate SMG’s success and can be found in Department II with solid proof.
DOTA 2 TI Schedule
While we are still waiting for the following schedule of The International ( TI ), many Esport enthusiasts can’t still move on with the last TI10 game where OG ANA dominates the international tournament.
Many Dota fans still want the team to play again after the teams part ways and others resign from the game. The thrill of the game is still circulating on all social media platforms and trends in the other tournament game.
We will keep you all updated when the DOTA 2 Gaben announces the final date of the TI tournament.