The Stockholm Major - Dreamleague Season 11 to be the 3rd Major of the 2018-19 DPC circuit

Shounak Sengupta

4th, Nov, 2018

The Corsair Dreamleague Season 11 will be a Major for the 2018-19 season as announced by Dreamhack earlier today. The Stockholm Major, will have 16 of the world’s best Dota teams, 1 million dollars in prize money and 15,000 DPC points on the line and is set to be the 3rd Major of the season.

Dates, location and more

The dates will be in accordance with the DPC schedule which has already been released by Valve earlier. The 10-day event will take place from the 14th to the 24th of March in 2019 and will be the second major of 2019.

The qualifiers for the Major will take place from the 1st to the 5th of February.

The event will constitute 3 arena days which will be the final 3 days and it will take place at the Annexet in Stockholm.

 Check out the official website for the Stockholm Major, here

This, of course, is the 4th DPC event of the current season that has been announced. The 1st minor of the year is also hosted by DreamHack, the Dreamleague Season 10 Minor is currently underway and will conclude later today.

Since DPC events now happen in Major-Minor pairs, The Stockholm Major will also have a Minor event associated with it. The details for the same haven’t been announced as of now but it will most likely be organized by a different TO.

As of now, of the 4 events announced, 2 of the events are organized by DreamHack in the Season 10 Minor and Season 11 Major. The other 2 will be organized by PGL in the Kuala Lumpur Major, which kicks off next week and the Bucharest Minor which is part of the second pair of events.



Start Date

Dreamleague Season 10 Minor (DreamHack)

Currently underway

Kuala Lumpur Major (PGL)

9th November, 2018

Bucharest Minor (PGL)

9th January, 2019

TBA Major

17th January, 2019

TBA Minor

4th March, 2019

The Stockholm Major

14th March, 2019

TBA Minor

22nd April, 2019

TBA Major

2nd May, 2019

TBA Minor

10th June, 2019

TBA Major

20th June, 2019


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