BTS Pro Series Season 6: Format, Teams, Schedule, Where to watch
- Beyond The Summit has announced the return of the BTS Pro Series with a brand new tournament featuring Southeast Asia and the Americas.
- The BTS Pro Series season 2 will be played from 25th of May to the 6th of June 2021 in both regions.
- The event features a $50,000 prize pool divided among all eight participating teams. However, it is not a DPC event, and will not award any DPC points to the teams.
Beyond The Summit has announced the return of the BTS Pro Series with a brand new tournament featuring Southeast Asia and the Americas. The Pro Series started on May 25, 2021, for both regions, with eight teams participating per region, and features a $50,000 prize pool in both regions which will be divided among eight teams. With only eight teams in the tournament itself, this means that even the team that finishes last still wins a tiny sum. The Pro Series will be an online tournament. With the end of the DPC season, this Pro Series provides teams with a different source of competitive play and income.
Format and Schedule of the BTS Pro Series season 6
Group Stage: May 25th - May 31st, 2021
Eight teams will play a single round-robin group stage with BO2s from which the top four teams will advance to the Upper Bracket of the playoffs while the bottom four teams enter the Lower Bracket of the playoffs.
The Playoffs will feature a double elimination bracket into which teams are seeded by their standings in the group stage. All games will be BO3s except for the Grand Finals, which will be a Bo5. The exact schedule of the playoffs has yet to be announced. We do know, however, that the Grand Finals will take place on June 6th, 2021.
Teams in the BTS Pro Series season 6
There will be eight teams directly invited in both regions of the BTS Pro Series.
- Team SMG
- OMEGA Esports
- OB Esports x Neon
- Motivate.Trust Gaming
- Galaxy Racer
- South Built Esports
- BOOM Esports
- 4 Zoomers
- D2 Hustlers
- simply TOOBASED
- The Cut
BTS Pro Series season 6 prize pool distribution
The Pro Series will have a prize pool of $50,000 in both regions which will be spread among the teams as follows:
- 1st Place - $20,000
- 2nd Place - $12,000
- 3rd Place - $7,000
- 4th Place - $4,000
- 5-6th Place - $2,250
- 7-8th Place - $1,250
This event is not part of the Dota Pro Circuit and will not award any DPC points to the teams.
Where can you watch the BTS Pro Series season 6
Being an online tournament, you can catch the BTS Pro Series on BeyondTheSummit’s twitch channel.