ESL One Malaysia 2022: Schedule, Results, and Other Details
ESL One Malaysia 2022 is likely going to be the last international Dota 2 event featuring top teams before the caravan moves towards The International 11 (TI11) qualifiers in September and the main event in October. During ESL One Malaysia 2022, 12 teams from around the world will compete for the biggest chunk of the $400,000 USD prize pool in the Arena of Stars at Resorts World Genting from 23rd to 28th August. A live audience will be present at the event. Here is a look at the teams competing, the schedule, the results, and more information about ESL One Malaysia 2022.
ESL One Malaysia 2022: All that you need to know
ESL One Malaysia features 12 teams, six of which were invited and six made their way through regional qualifiers.
Team Liquid (invited)
Team Secret (invited)
Nigma Galaxy (invited)
Team Aster (China)
BOOM Esports (Southeast Asia)
Talon Esports (Southeast Asia)
TSM (North America)
Thunder Awaken (South America)
Group stage (23rd-25th August)
12 teams divided into two groups of six
Single round robin
All series are Bo2s
The top two teams move to the upper bracket of the playoffs.
The third and fourth place teams move to the lower bracket of the playoffs.
The fifth and sixth place teams are eliminated.
Playoffs (26th-28th August)
Double elimination playoffs bracket
All series are Bo3s except for the grand finals.
Bo5 grand finals
Group stage standings
Fnatic finish above Nigma in the Group Stages thanks to Armel beating SumaiL in a 1v1 match.
Schedule and results
Where to watch and broadcast talent
The matches will be shown live on ESL's Dota 2 Twitch channel, which can be found at https://www.twitch.tv/esl_dota2. Because more than one series will run simultaneously during the group stage, there will also be broadcasts on ESL's other Twitch channels.
The official English broadcast talent, comprising 16 personalities, of ESL One Malaysia 2022 was announced on 15th August.
The ESL One Malaysia will be held in Genting Highlands, the same location where the ESL One Genting was held in 2017 and 2018. The event will serve as a testing ground for teams such as Team Secret, Alliance, and Nigma Galaxy seeking to acquire some match practice before the grueling qualifiers, as well as a chance to get some prize money and try out some different strategies for teams such as OG and Fnatic that have already have secured their TI11 tickets.