DreamHack India has just revealed that Teams competing in the BYOC tournaments in DreamHack India will have a chance to compete against some of the best teams in the world in the DreamHack India Invitational.
The Top 2 teams from Day 1 of the Dota 2 and CS:GO BYOC tournaments, will secure spots in the DreamHack India Invitational. So we’re likely to see some cracking action from some of India’s top teams including Signify, ROG TiTans, Entity Gaming and many more on just Day 1 of the event.
Day 2 and Day 3 will likely up the stakes even more, with International teams like Mineski and other international teams entering the fray.
However, this means that there will be no direct invites to the DreamHack Invitational for Indian teams as previously anticipated. This also means that theoretically, any team has the opportunity to compete in the DreamHack Indian Invitational.
Nonetheless, players who want to compete in the qualifiers will have to shell out a minimum of ?2,999 per player/?15,000 per team in addition to bringing their own computers just to have a shot at qualification, putting it behind a paywall for aspiring teams trying to compete against International teams.
The DreamHack India Invitational is all set to take place in DreamHack: Mumbai 2018 on December 21-23 at NESCO, Goregaon, Mumbai.
Details about the tickets can be found HERE.