Get ready for the ultimate clash of Dota 2 titans as DreamLeague Season 21 gears up to dazzle fans worldwide. This thrilling tournament, which acts as a dress rehearsal for The International 2023, is all set to bring together the world’s top teams for an action-packed showdown. With a revamped format and an impressive lineup, DreamLeague Season 21 promises to deliver heart-pounding action and excitement for both players and fans.
Format and Schedule Changes:
Unlike previous sprawling editions, DreamLeague Season 21 has chosen a sleek round-robin group stage format. From September 18 to 24, this high-octane competition unfolds over just a few days. Additionally, fans can catch all the excitement via three separate live streams, ensuring non-stop Dota 2 action and engagement throughout the tournament.
Meet the DreamLeague Season 21 Invitees:
- Gaimin Gladiators (17870 points): These champs are determined to keep their throne.
- Team Liquid (14617 points): The former TI champions are hungry for glory as well as great Dota.
- Tundra Esports (10527 points): Berlin Major 2023 semifinalists aim high.
- Quest Esports (3602 points): Making their DreamLeague debut, Quest Esports is eager to prove their mettle.
- Team Spirit (9677 points): Riyadh Masters 2023 winners lead the Eastern European charge.
- 9Pandas (8811 points): Berlin Major 2023 semifinalists seek their moment of glory.
- Team BetBoom (7434 points): Season 20 runners-up aim to go all the way.
South East Asia:
- Talon Esports (8875 points): The undisputed kings of Southeast Asia, led by Anucha “Jabz” Jirawong, are miles ahead of the competition.
- Shopify Rebellion (6613 points): Despite recent stumbles, they snagged the North American spot.
- Evil Geniuses (7368 points): Outclassing Thunder Awaken, Evil Geniuses secured the sole South American spot.
Prepare for an electrifying display of skill and teamwork as DreamLeague Season 21 unfolds, offering a staggering $1,000,000 prize pool. With its streamlined format and a star-studded roster of invitees, this event serves as a crucial rehearsal for The International 2023. Nevertheless, as players and fans alike eagerly anticipate the spectacle, DreamLeague Season 21 is poised to be an unforgettable tournament that will shape the Dota 2 competitive landscape. Stay tuned for the showdown of the year!