WEU DPC 2023 Tour 3: Division II - Schedule, Results, and Other Details
The Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) 2023 Western Europe (WEU) Tour 3: Division II has just begun, and the fans are excited to watch the exciting competition unfold following the conclusion of DPC WEU 2023 Tour 3: Division I games. Tundra, Gaimin Gladiators, Quest Esports, and Team Liquid placed in the Top 4 of Division I, earning invites to the Bali Major 2023. With the Division I games still fresh in our minds, which were filled with highly competitive Dota 2 games, the upcoming Tour 3 of Division II promises exciting games The 8 teams will battle it out for a Top 2 finish, which leads to promotion into Division I and $17,000 and $16,000 in winnings. The tournament began on the 7th of June where ex-Monaspa, Level UP, and Old G emerged victorious in their first matches. Stay tuned for a detailed look at the participating teams, schedule, and results of the WEU DPC 2023 Tour 3: Division II.
WEU DPC 2023 Tour 3: Division II - All that you need to know
Into The Breach
Format (7th June - 27th June 2023)
All matches are Bo3
The top two teams are qualified for Division I for the next tour
The bottom two teams are eliminated
The remaining teams remain in the current division for the next tour
The WEU DPC 2023 Tour 3: Division II will span approximately 20 days and include 28 series with games taking place on every alternating date starting from 7th June and go on till 27th June, with a 2-day break between each week (for Week 1, 2, and 3).
WEU DPC 2023 Tour 3: Division II - Week 1
WEU DPC 2023 Tour 3: Division II - Week 2
WEU DPC 2023 Tour 3: Division II - Week 3
The $75,000 USD prize pool will be allocated as follows:
Where to watch
The WEU DPC 2023 Tour 3: Division II will be broadcasted in English on PGL's official Dota 2 Twitch channel.
Tour 3 will be the last Tour of the DPC season and holds significant importance for teams aiming to start the next DPC season in Division I, where they will be able to earn DPC points. There are no DPC points to be earned in Division II, however, a spot in Division I and a significant share of the prize pool are exciting for any team. There are several intriguing storylines to follow, such as whether Old G can make it to Division I with two-time The International (TI) winners Sébastien "Ceb" Debs and Topias "Topson" Taavitsainen or whether Nigma Galaxy can shine with their latest additions to the team.