All Dota 2 Teams Invited and Qualified for Elite League



All Dota 2 Teams Invited and Qualified for Elite League

Dorjee Palzang
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Elite League will feature a total of 24 teams, 15 direct invites and the remaining making their way through various qualifiers.
The teams will fight for a total prize pool of $960,000 USD, split between all participating teams.
Elite League will take place online and is scheduled to run from 31 March to 15 April 2024.

In the absence of DPC (Dota Pro Circuit), the Dota 2 esports landscape is witnessing tournaments being organized more than ever before. One such tournament, Elite League with a massive total prize pool of $960,000 USD was recently announced by FISSURE and tournament organizers ESB with support from BetBoom.

The tournament which is set to begin from 31st March, Sunday onwards will have 24 teams competing to become the first-ever Elite League champions and secure the lion’s share of the reward.

Out of all competing teams, 15 have received direct invites to the tournament while the rest make their way through various regional qualifiers.

Complete Dota 2 Team List for Elite League

The newly introduced EliteLeague is set to be one of the biggest Dota 2 tournaments similar to DreamLeague events, with a large prize pool at its disposal.

24 teams will be competing in this online tournament, the eight direct invites starting directly from the Second Group Stage which follows a Round-Robin format while the remaining participants play through the First Group Stage following a Swiss format.

List of all Dota 2 teams directly invited and qualified for Elite League.

Round-Robin Stage Seeds (All Direct Invites)

  • Team Spirit

  • BetBoom Team

  • Team Liquid

  • Gaimin Gladiators

  • Team Falcons

  • Xtreme Gaming

  • Azure Ray

  • LGD Gaming

Swiss-Stage Seeds

  • OG | Invited

  • Tundra Esports | Invited

  • Team Secret | Invited

  • | Invited

  • PSG Quest | Invited

  • Aurora | Invited

  • HEROIC | Invited

  • Entity | #1 Western European Qualifiers

  • Rest Farmers | #2 Western European Qualifiers

  • 9Pandas | Eastern European Qualifiers

  • Nigma Galaxy | Middle East and North African Qualifiers

  • KEV | China Qualifiers

  • Blacklist International | #1 Southeast Asian Qualifiers

  • Talon Esports | #2 Southeast Asian Qualifiers

  • nouns | North American Qualifiers

  • BOOM Esports | South American Qualifiers

How to Watch Elite League?

At the time of writing, the announcement of official stream links has not been made public but the tournament is expected to have a primary and secondary stream to possibly host simultaneous games running in five different languages.

The streams will be broadcast in English, Russian, Chinese, Spanish, and Portuguese.

Readers should note that details of this tournament are yet to be released and we will keep you updated with the same, as soon as the organizers reveal any further updates regarding ELITE League Dota 2 tournament.

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Dorjee is an avid Dota enthusiast, he has been playing the game since it was just a map in Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne back in 2009, he transitioned to Dota 2 in 2014 and can't stop playing ever since!

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