The Division 1 of the DPC SEA 2021-22 Tour 1 will begin on 1st Dec 2021

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DPC SEA 2021-22 Tour 1: Division 1 Schedule, Results, and Other Details

Rakshak Kathuria
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Highlights
The Division 1 of the DPC SEA 2021-22 Tour 1 will begin on 1st Dec 2021 and end on 22nd Jan 2022.
Eight teams will compete for a share of $205,000 USD in prize money, as well as DPC points and Major qualifications.
Here is a look at the teams participating, the schedule, results, and more about the DPC SEA 2021-22 Tour 1: Division 1.

Over a month has passsed since the conclusion of The International 10 (TI10), and teams have been busy refreshing and reevaluating their rosters as the Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) is finally starting for season 2021-22. Division 1 of Southeast Asia (SEA) is one of the more chaotic and unpredictable events, leading it to also be one of the more entertaining events. The Division 1 of the DPC SEA 2021-22 Tour 1 will begin on 1st Dec 2021 and end on 22nd Jan 2022. Eight teams will compete for a share of $205,000 USD in prize money, as well as DPC points and Major qualifications.

Ahead is a look at the teams participating, the schedule, results, and more about the DPC SEA 2021-22 Tour 1: Division 1.

DPC SEA 2021-22 Tour 1: Division 1 - All that you need to know

Team List

  • T1

  • TNC Predator

  • Execration

  • Fnatic

  • OB.Neon

  • BOOM Esports

  • Motivate.Trust Gaming

  • Team SMG

Format

  • Single round robin group stage

  • All series are BO3

  • The first place team qualifies for the Major playoffs

  • The second place team qualifies for the Major group stage

  • The third place team qualifies for the Major wild card

  • The seventh and eighth place teams are relegated to Division 2

Standings

Schedule

The DPC SEA 2021-22 Tour 1: Division 1 will have five series each week over the course of six weeks.

Week 1

Week 2

Week 3

Week 4

Week 5

Week 6

Prize pool and DPC points distribution

A total of $205,000 USD will be split between all eight teams. However, the top five teams will receive a share of the 690 DPC points, and the top three teams will qualify for the Major.

Where to watch

The DPC SEA 2021-22 Tour 1 is being organized by Beyond the Summit (BTS), which shall broadcast all the games live on its Twitch channel. The broadcast talent has yet to be announced for the Tour.

From the six leagues, the SEA DPC stood out towards the end of the previous season as being one of the most competitive. Each team had its moments of excellence, but consistency lacked. As seven of eight teams in Division 1 have at least one player different from their previous rosters, it will be interesting to see which ones prove to be the best and most consistent for this upcoming season. T1 will be the only team to continue with the same roster for the DPC 2021-22.

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Rakshak is an undergrad, an inquisitive person who likes to acquire information and knowledge of varied sectors in esports. However, his current focus is specifically on Dota 2.