WEU DPC 2023 Tour 3: Division I - Schedule, Results, and Other Details
The Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) 2023 Western Europe (WEU) Tour 3: Division I is just around the corner, and the anticipation is growing following the conclusion of Dreamleague Season 19 and the Berlin Major 2023. Gaimin Gladiators emerged victorious in both tournaments, solidifying their position as the best team in the world. With the Berlin Major still fresh in our minds, where WEU teams dominated the grand finals, the upcoming Tour 3 promises intense competition. The eight top teams will battle it out for a chance to claim the lion's share of the $205,000 USD prize pool and earn valuable DPC points. The tournament kicks off on the 15th of May with an exciting match between Team Liquid and Entity. Stay tuned for a detailed look at the participating teams, schedule, and results of the WEU DPC 2023 Tour 3: Division I.
WEU DPC 2023 Tour 3: Division I - All that you need to know
Team Secret (Promoted from Division II)
D1 Hustlers (Promoted from Division II)
Format (15th May - 4th June 2023)
Single round-robin group stage
All series are Bo3s
The top four teams qualify for the Bali Major and remain in Division 1
The fifth and sixth-place teams remain in Division I
The bottom two teams are relegated to Division II
The WEU DPC 2023 Tour 3: Division I will span approximately 20 days and include 28 series with games taking place on almost every alternating date starting from 15th May and with a 2-day break between each week (for Week 1, 2, and 3).
WEU DPC 2023 Tour 3: Division I - Week 1
WEU DPC 2023 Tour 3: Division I - Week 2
WEU DPC 2023 Tour 3: Division I - Week 3
WEU DPC 2023 Tour 3: Division I - Tie-Breaker
Prize pool and DPC points distribution
The $205,000 USD and 1,150 DPC points will be allocated as follows:
Where to watch
The WEU DPC 2023 Tour 3: Division I will be broadcast in English on .
Tour 3 holds significant importance for teams aiming to solidify their positions in the overall standings, especially those who have already established strong rankings in Tour 1 and 2. The tournament offers a higher number of DPC points compared to Tours 1 and 2, making it crucial for teams to perform well. There are several intriguing storylines to follow, such as Gaimin Gladiators' ability to maintain their impressive form from Dreamleague Season 19 and the Berlin Major. Additionally, the question remains whether Team Liquid can finally overcome Gaimin Gladiators after suffering defeat in three consecutive grand finals and whether the two promoted teams, Team Secret and D1 Hustlers, can cause some problems for the other six teams.