List of DOTA 2 Teams That Have Qualified for Lima Major 2023

Ammar Aryani
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All DOTA 2 Teams Qualified for Lima Major 2023


With the Winter Tour slowly coming to an end, the finalized list of teams have begun to take place.
The first DPC Major of the season will consist of 18 different teams from 6 different regions.
Evil Geniuses & beastcoast will be representing the SA region at its first ever Major.

Epulze, along with 4D Esports have already begun preparations for South America’s (SA) first ever Valve Major event in the Peruvian capital of Lima. 

With Division I of the Winter Tour slowly coming to an end, all of the regions have begun to finalize their representatives for the upcoming Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) Major as the final matches are expected to conclude over the weekend.

With that being said, here are the finalized teams for the upcoming Lima Major.

Here are all the DOTA 2 teams that have earned direct qualification to the Lima Major 2023

Having made headlines with the rise of quality within South American teams such as beastcoast & Thunder Awaken last year, the South American region was well-rewarded for its efforts as Valve announced that the first DOTA 2 Major of the 2023 DPC season will be held in the region. The global esports scene was rattled to see the kind of response this particular event received from the local crowd in attendance.

In a joint collaboration, Swedish based company Epulze along with 4D Esports will be working together on the production side of things as they prepare for the upcoming Lima Major, scheduled to take place from 22th February to 5th March. Additionally, the Major will feature a prizepool of $500,000 USD as well as 1,900 DPC points that will split amongst the top eight teams at the Major.

All eighteen teams have been confirmed as of 4th February, with EHOME being the last team to secure the invite.

Confirmed Teams

  1. Team Liquid [Western Europe]

  2. Gaimin Gladiators [Western Europe]

  3. BetBoom Team [Eastern Europe]

  4. Team Spirit  [Eastern Europe]

  5. HellRaisers [Eastern Europe]

  6. Team Aster  [China]

  7. Execration  [Southeast Asia]

  8. Shopify Rebellion  [North America]

  9. TSM [North America]

  10. Evil Geniuses [South America]

  11. Beastcoast  [South America]

  12. Geek Slate [Southeast Asia]

  13. Talon Esports [Southeast Asia]

  14. Tundra Esports [Western Europe]

  15. Entity [Western Europe]

  16. Knights [China]

  17. PSG.LGD [China]

  18. EHOME [China]

South American based organizations Evil Geniuses & beastcoast will be representing the SA region at its first ever Valve Major. However, the Lima Major will only begin after the conclusion of Division II as the time frame allows the teams to finalize their travel plans as well as visa applications.

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Ammar has been actively engaged in the esports industry in Malaysia in multiple roles in the past. Now, he utilizes his esports expertise to create insightful and meaningful content as the de facto Dota 2 writer at AFK Gaming.