TI10 SEA Qualifier: Playoffs Schedule and Other Details
International 10 (TI10) Southeast Asia (SEA) qualifier is ready to get started and promises to be a highly competitive Dota 2 event. It is going to be one heck of a playoffs in the qualifier since the region is arguably the most stacked out of all having multiple teams who can vie for a spot. It will last for a total of four days, beginning on June 30, 2021, and culminating with the grand finals on July 3.
So, here is a look at the list of 15 teams competing, the series schedule, the English talent crew, and more details about this TI10 SEA qualifier.
TI10 SEA Qualifier: Playoffs Team List and Schedule
Team List (Seeds)
Ex- South Built Esports
15 teams double-elimination bracket.
All matches except for the Grand Finals will be BO3s.
BO5 Grand Finals
Schedule (All times are in SGT)
There will be seven series on the first day, eight on the second, four on the third, and two on the fourth and final day.
June 30 (Wednesday)
July 1 (Thursday)
July 2 (Friday)
July 3 (Saturday)
Where to Watch the TI10 SEA Qualifier
All the games will be live telecasted on Beyond the Summit’s official Twitch channels. Since more than one series will be running at a time on the first two days, check out all three channels to find out which one you would like to watch.
Broadcast Team Details
The English talent crew for the TI10 SEA qualifier has also been released. A total of 10 commentators/analysts and one observer are a part of this broadcast team.
Neal "tsunami" Khandheria
David "GoDz" Parker
Dominik "Black^" Reitmeier
Mike "MLPDotA" Le Phoenix
John "johnxfire" Nathan Fernandez
Lachlan "Ares" Williams
Matt "Danog" Joyce
Benjamin "Bkop" Kopilow
Nat "NatTea" Mahoney
Remus "Ponlo" Goh Zhi Xian
Justin “Pythian” Glasner (observer)
With all eight upper bracket teams worthy of taking the sole SEA qualifier spot, the upper bracket, especially, is going to be a bloodbath. Moreover, the teams in the bottom half - those in the lower bracket - cannot be written off since some of them have already pulled off impressive upsets in the CIS qualifier and the SA qualifier to make incredible runs.
So, do not forget to tune into Beyond the Summit’s official Twitch channels from June 30 to watch some SEA Dota 2 action.