BTS Pro Series Season 7: Southeast Asia: Schedule, Results and Other Details
The Main Event of BTS Pro Series Season 7: Southeast Asia (SEA) is set to bring some of the best teams in the region together for some high-quality Dota 2 contests. A total of eight teams will compete in the event. Four of these teams were invited directly to the Main Event, while the remaining four qualified through the closed qualifier. The Main Event of BTS Pro Series Season 7: SEA begins on 2nd August and runs until 15th Aug 2021. The teams will compete in a group stage, after which their rankings will determine their playoff placement.
The following is a look at the eight teams participating in the BTS Pro Series Season 7: Southeast Asia Main Event, as well as the event’s format and schedule.
BTS Pro Series Season 7: Southeast Asia Main Event: All you need to know
T1 (Direct invite)
Fnatic (Direct invite)
Team SMG (Direct invite)
Motivate.Trust Gaming (Direct invite)
OB.Neon (Closed qualifier)
Execration (Closed qualifier)
Army Geniuses (Closed qualifier)
Galaxy Racer (Closed qualifier)
Group Stage (2nd-9th August)
Single round robin group stage
All series are BO2
The top four teams move to the upper bracket of the playoffs
The bottom two teams move to the lower bracket of the playoffs
Playoffs (11th-15th August)
BO3 double-elimination bracket
BO5 Grand Finals
Schedule (All times are in SGT)
Each day of the group stage, excluding 2nd August and 9th August, will feature four BO2 series.
2nd August (Monday)
3rd August (Tuesday)
4th August (Wednesday)
5th August (Thursday)
6th August (Friday)
7th August (Saturday)
8th August (Sunday)
9th August (Monday)
11th August (Wednesday)
12th August (Thursday)
13th August (Friday)
14th August (Saturday)
15th August (Sunday)
Beyond the Summit's official Twitch channel will broadcast all series live. Mike "MLPDotA" Le Phoenix and John "johnxfire" Nathan Fernandez are two English commentators that will provide the official commentary at the time of writing this article. More commentator duos are likely to be unveiled as the tournament progresses.
In the BTS Pro Series Season 7: SEA, all eight teams will compete for a share of the $50,000 USD prize pool. The prize pool distribution is not available at the time of writing this article.
This will be the first time in a while that T1 and Fnatic, the two representatives from SEA at The International 10 (TI10), will take part in a professional Dota 2 event. Fnatic played its last official series on 3rd July in TI10's SEA qualifier while T1 last competed at ESL One Summer 2021 in June 2021.
SEA Dota 2 fans will be keeping an eye on whether these two TI10 teams can continue to perform as well as they have done in recent events, or whether the other teams will step up and knock them down.