SEA DPC 2023 Winter Tour: Division I - Schedule, Results, and Other Details
The 2023 season of the Southeast Asia Dota Pro Circuit (SEA DPC) will begin soon, allowing new rosters and organizations to make their long awaited debut to fight for a chance to qualify for the upcoming Lima Major in Peru. The 2023 Winter Tour of the SEA DPC takes place from 9th-30th January and features eight of the best teams within the SEA region itself, with two of the teams earning promotion from Division II in the previous season.
Here's a look at the teams competing, the schedule, the format, the results, and more about the DPC SEA 2023 Winter Tour: Division I.
SEA DPC 2023 Winter Tour: Division I: Full Details
The SEA DPC 2023 Winter Tour: Division I features eight of the best teams within the SEA region itself, with two of the teams earning promotion from Division II in the previous season.
As per usual, Valve has allocated $205,000 USD in prize winnings and 1,150 Pro Circuit points. However, this year would see Epulze taking over BeyondTheSummit’s duties as the tournament organizer for the 2023 season.
Furthermore, the bottom two teams by the end of the Winter Tour will be relegated to Division II for the Spring Tour. However, all matches during the season will remain to be a best of three.
Finally, in accordance with the format from last year the top three teams will earn most of the DPC points while also securing a slot at the Dota 2 Major in Peru.
SEA DPC DIV 1: Week 1
SEA DPC DIV 1: Week 2
SEA DPC DIV 1: Week 3
The matches will be shown live on Epulze's Dota 2 Twitch channel, which can be found at . As for the broadcast talent, Epulze had officially announced its lineup of casters for the Winter Tour.
The Winter Tour will serve as a testing ground for the newly established rosters and organizations such as Bleed Esports, Blacklist International and Geek Slate to name a few. However others such as Fnatic, BOOM Esports and Talon Esports will be looking to solidify their position within the regional league as they look to earn qualification for the recently announced Lima Major in Peru.