Bali Major Playoffs Schedule, results, teams, streams

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Bali Major Playoffs Schedule

Bali Major Playoffs Schedule

As per the reports, the third and final major for the ongoing Dota 2 Pro Circuit season is approaching. The Bali Major commenced on Thursday, June 29, 2023, and is scheduled to continue till Sunday, July 9, 2023. Currently, the fans are eager to watch their favorite outfits battle to be crowned champions and earn valuable DPC points to get a direct international invite. In the current DPC, Gaimin Gladiators have had an excellent season being crowned winners at the Lima Major 2023 and Berlin Major 2023. The European outfit also won DreamLeague season 19 and season 20. Seleri will get all the eyes on them, as they will attempt to win all three Majors in a DPC season.

The Bali Major 2023 is being organized by IO Escorts and Epulze. There are in total 18 teams that are participating in the event, which included four from Western Europe and China and three from Southeast Asia and Eastern Europe, and two from North America and South America. Reportedly, 18 teams are divided into two groups equally. It was known that they will engage in a single round-robin of bo2. The first four teams of each group will find themselves in the upper bracket. While the 5th and 6th place teams will make it to the lower bracket. Furthermore, it was believed that others will be eliminated. As per playoffs, teams will play in a double-elimination bracket of Bo3. The Grand Finale will turn out to be at Bo5.

The list of qualifying teams is as follows:

  • Tundra Esports [Western Europe]
  • Gaimin Gladiators [Western Europe]
  • Quest Esports [Western Europe]
  • Team Liquid [Western Europe]
  • Team Spirit [Eastern Europe]
  • BetBoom Team [Eastern Europe]
  • 9Pandas [Eastern Europe]
  • PSG.LGD [China]
  • Invictus Gaming [China]
  • Team Aster [China]
  • Azure Ray [China]
  • Bleed Esports [Southeast Asia]
  • Blacklist International [Southeast Asia]
  • Execration [Southeast Asia]
  • Shopify Rebellion [North America]
  • nouns [North America]
  • Evil Geniuses [South America]
  • east coast [South America]

The Bali Major has a US $500,000 prize pool and 3,500 DPC points up for grabs, up from the Lima Major’s 1,900 and Berlin’s 2,700. You will be able to catch the live streams of the tournament on the Epulze Gaming Twitch or many other YouTube channels.

Thank you for being a patient reader.

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