When it comes to grassroots level Dota, no tournament comes close to matching the JDL, and this community favourite is back for its 14th season. The JDL has been instrumental in providing a platform for just about everyone, from casual stacks to hardcore Dota players who want to try the realize their professional dreams. Let’s take a quick look at what’s up this season.
Just like the past seasons, the JDL will run simultaneously across 3 regions namely Asia, Europe and the Americas with the big change being that the default server for SA leagues has now been changed to Brazil.
The JDL will have a tiered structure ranging all the way from Starter Divisions to the Premier divisions. Teams that have played the past seasons will be able to continue from their past placings while new teams have to start off in the Starter Division or play the preseason to get placed in a league of their skill bracket.
The registrations end on the 9th of September but for teams who want to be seeded via the pre-season matches, registrations will end on the 8th of September.
To register and know more about the event, click here.