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A legendary tournament run by Perfect World, the Dota 2 publisher in China, makes its third run this year. Once again, teams will gather for Dota 2 Asia Championship, with sixteen squads fighting for envious prizes — this time $1 million USD, but also a slice of a whopping 1,500 Qualifying Points for the Dota Pro Major. Sixteen teams have arrived in Shanghai for the battle, and this late into the season, it’s anyone’s game.

DAC will ensure that the cream of the crop is here to battle. That’s to say, the top seven of the eight teams currently qualified for The International are here in China, waiting to face off. From Virtus Pro, which already has more points than it needs, all the way down to Americans Evil Geniuses in seventh — sitting pretty but not out-of-reach — these teams are here to defend their spot in the Pro Circuit.

Off the rankings, one team fighting for their TI life is Southeast Asia’s Mineski, who’s just ahead in the rankings of expat rivals Fnatic by a mere 16 points. They sit 290 Qualifying Points between the current eighth place contender, fan legends Natus Vincere — meaning that if they can cinch even fourth place, they’ll edge out Navi for the TI8 spot until Navi’s next opportunity to earn points.

It’s going to be an intense event, with nine days of games spread over ten days: four days of group stages, followed by five days of playoffs, similar to The International. But at the end, only four will earn Qualifying Points — and one will emerge victorious.

If you’re in for the long haul, or just want to know when you can tune in, we’ve got your low-down on DAC.

EDITOR’S NOTE: This has been edited April 2, 1PM ET, to match the results of the Group Stage and include the Playoffs schedule.

THERE WILL BE SPOILERS.

Event Format & Info

Official English Coverage:

Prizes: The prize pool will be $1,000,000 USD with 1,500 Qualifying Points at stake. Point distribution for teams that earn points will be as follows (cash TBD):

  • 1st Place — 750 Qualifying Points/player
  • 2nd Place — 450 QP/Player
  • 3rd Place — 225 QP/Player
  • 4th Place — 75 QP/Player

If you’re still a bit confused about how the Pro Circuit will work, check out our primer about the Valve-sanctioned tournament series.

Competition Format:

Teams begin in a round-robin group stage, in which all teams play each other, followed by a double-elimination playoff bracket.

  1. All teams begin in the group stages and play each other in best-of-one matches.
  2. At the end of the matches, the bottom two teams are eliminted.
  3. For playoffs, remaining teams are seeded by group stage performance into the double-elimination bracket.
  4. The top two teams from each group start automatically in the first round of the upper bracket, which are all best-of-threes.
  5. The middle four teams (3rd-6th places) of each group begin in the Breakout bracket. Winning teams proceed to meet the top group teams in the upper brackets; lower teams meet for the first elimination matches in the lower bracket.
  6. Losing in the upper bracket sends a team to the lower bracket. All lower bracket games are elimination matches. The first two rounds are best-of-one; the lower semis and finals are best-of-three.
  7. Bracketed playoffs continue until the best-of-five finals.

Teams/Groups:

(Group Stage results will be under the schedule.)

Group A:

  • Keen Gaming (China, Qualifier)
  • LGD Gaming (China, Qualifier)
  • Newbee (CN, Direct Invite)
  • OG Dota (EU, Qualifier)
  • OpTic Gaming (NA, Qualifier)
  • Team Liquid (EU, Direct Invite)
  • TNC Pro Team (SEA, Qualifier)
  • Vici Gaming (CN, Qualifier)

Group B:

  • Effect (CIS, Qualifier)
  • Evil Geniuses (NA, Qualifier)
  • Invictus Gaming (China, Direct Invite)
  • Mineski (SEA, Qualifier)
  • paiN Gaming (SA, Qualifier)
  • Team Secret (EU, Direct Invite)
  • VGJ.Thunder (CN, Qualifier)
  • Virtus.Pro (CIS, Direct Invite)

Schedule:

[Due to the gap in time zones, dates will be listed next to the first match of that date in ET. The Group Stage matches and results have been moved below the Playoffs bracket and schedule.]

PLAYOFFS

PLAYOFF BRACKET


Tuesday, April 3 — Playoffs; Breakout Stage

  • 10:00 AM CST (10:00 PM ET — Monday, April 2) Evil Geniuses vs Newbee
  • 1:00 PM CST (1:00 AM ET — Tuesday, April 3) Team Liquid vs VGJ.Thunder
  • 4:00 PM CST (4:00 AM ET) Team Liquid vs VGJ.Thunder
  • 7:00 PM CST (7:00 AM ET) Team Secret vs Vici Gaming

Wednesday, April 4 — Playoffs; Upper Bracket Round 1

  • 10:00 AM CST (10:00 PM ET — Tuesday, April 3) LGD-Gaming vs TBD
  • 1:00 PM CST (1:00 AM ET — Wednesday, April 4) Virtus.Pro vs TBD
  • 4:00 PM CST (4:00 AM ET)Mineski vs TBD
  • 7:00 PM CST (7:00 AM ET) TNC Pro Team vs TBD
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Thursday, April 5 — Playoffs

  • 10:00 AM CST (10:00 PM ET — Wednesday, April 4) — Lower bracket round 1 [Bo1]
  • 11:30 AM CST (1:30 AM ET) — Lower bracket round 1 [Bo1]
  • 1:00 PM CST (1:00 AM ET — Thursday, April 5) — Upper bracket semis
  • 4:00 PM CST (4:00 AM ET) — Upper bracket semis

Friday, April 6 — Playoffs; Upper Finals

  • 10:00 AM CST (10:00 PM ET — Thursday, April 5) — Lower bracket round 2 [Bo1]
  • 11:30 PM CST (11:30 AM ET) — Lower bracket round 2 [Bo1]
  • 1:00 PM CST (1:00 AM ET — Friday, April 6) — Upper bracket finals
  • 4:00 PM CST (4:00 AM ET) — Lower bracket semis

Saturday, April 7 — Lower Finals & Grand Finals

  • 10:00 AM CST (10:00 PM ET — Friday, April 6) — Lower bracket finals
  • 1:00 PM CST (1:00 AM ET — Saturday, April 7) — Grand Finals [Bo5]

GROUP STAGES

GROUP A

GROUP STAGE MAIN GAMES:

TIEBREAKERS:

Group B:

Thursday, March 29 — Group Stages

Due to the simultaneous nature of the matches during group stages, we will group each match by approximate start time.

  • 10:00 AM CST (10:00 PM ET — Wednesday, March 28)
    Group A: OG Dota vs Keen Gaming
    Group B: VGJ.Thunder vs Effect
  • 11:30 AM CST (11:30 PM ET)
    Group A: TNC vs OpTic Gaming
    Group B: Mineski vs paiN Gaming
  • 1:00 PM CST (1:00 AM ET — Thursday, March 29)
    Group A: Vici Gaming vs OG Dota
    Group B: Evil Geniuses vs VGJ. Thunder
  • 2:30 PM CST (2:30 AM ET)
    Group A: Team Liquid vs Keen Gaming
    Group B: Team Secret vs Effect
  • 4:00 PM CST (4:00 AM ET)
    Group A: Newbee vs Vici Gaming
    Group B: Virtus.Pro vs Evil Geniuses
  • 5:30 PM CST (5:30 AM ET)
    Group A: LGD-Gaming vs TNC Pro Team
    Group B: Invictus Gaming vs Mineski
  • 7:00 PM CST (7:00 AM ET)
    Group A: Newbee vs OpTic Gaming
    Group B: Virtus.Pro vs paiN Gaming
  • 8:30 PM CST (8:00 AM ET)
    Group A: Team Liquid vs LGD-Gaming
    Group B: Team Secret vs Invictus Gaming

Friday, March 30 — Group Stages

Due to the simultaneous nature of the matches during group stages, we will group each match by approximate start time.

  • 10:00 AM CST (10:00 PM ET — Thursday, March 29)
    Group A: OG Dota vs OpTic Dota
    Group B: VGJ.Thunder vs paiN Gaming
  • 11:30 AM CST (11:30 PM ET)
    Group A: TND Pro Team vs Keen Gaming
    Group B: Mineski vs Effect
  • 1:00 PM CST (1:00 AM ET — Friday, March 30)
    Group A: Newbee vs LGD-Gaming
    Group B: Virtus.Pro vs Invictus Gaming
  • 2:30 PM CST (2:30 AM ET)
    Group A: Team Liquid vs OG Dota
    Group B: Team Secret vs VGJ.Thunder
  • 4:00 PM CST (4:00 AM ET)
    Group A: LGD-Gaming vs Keen Gaming
    Group B: Invictus Gaming vs Effect
  • 5:30 PM CST (5:30 AM ET)
    Group A: Vici Gaming vs OpTic Gaming
    Group B: Evil Geniuses vs paiN Gaming
  • 7:00 PM CST (7:00 AM ET)
    Group A: Newbee vs TNC Pro Team
    Group B: Virtus.Prob vs Mineski
  • 8:30 PM CST (8:00 AM ET)
    Group A: Team Liquid vs Vici Gaming
    Group B: Team Secret vs Evil Geniuses

Saturday, March 31 — Group Stages

Due to the simultaneous nature of the matches during group stages, we will group each match by approximate start time.

  • 10:00 AM CST (10:00 PM ET — Friday, March 30)
    Group A: Vici Gaming vs Keen Gaming
    Group B: Evil Geniuses vs Effect
  • 11:30 AM CST (11:30 PM ET)
    Group A: LGD-Gaming vs OpTic Gaming
    Group B: Invictus Gaming vs paiN Gaming
  • 1:00 PM CST (1:00 AM ET — Saturday, March 31)
    Group A: Newbee vs OG Dota
    Group B: Virtus.Pro vs VGJ.Thunder
  • 2:30 PM CST (2:30 AM ET)
    Group A: Team Liquid vs TNC Pro Team
    Group B: Team Secret vs Mineski
  • 4:00 PM CST (4:00 AM ET)
    Group A: Newbee vs Keen Gaming
    Group B: Virtus.Pro vs Effect
  • 5:30 PM CST (5:30 AM ET)
    Group A: Team Liquid vs OpTic Gaming
    Group B: Team Secret vs paiN Gaming
  • 7:00 PM CST (7:00 AM ET)
    Group A: TNC Pro Team vs OG Dota
    Group B: Mineski vs VGJ.Thunder
  • 8:30 PM CST (8:00 AM ET)
    Group A: LGD-Gaming vs Vici Gaming
    Group B: Invictus Gaming vs Evil Geniuses

Sunday, April 1 — Group Stages

Due to the simultaneous nature of the matches during group stages, we will group each match by approximate start time.

  • 10:00 AM CST (10:00 PM ET — Saturday, March 31)
    Group A: Vici Gaming vs TNC Pro Team
    Group B: Evil Geniuses vs Mineski
  • 11:30 AM CST (11:30 PM ET)
    Group A: LGD-Gaming vs OG Dota
    Group B: Invictus Gaming vs VGJ.Thunder
  • 1:00 PM CST (1:00 AM ET — Sunday, April 1)
    Group A: OpTic Gaming vs Keen Gaming
    Group B: paiN Gaming vs Effect
  • 2:30 PM CST (2:30 AM ET)
    Group A: Team Liquid vs Newbee
    Group B: Team Secret vs Virtus.Pro

GROUP STAGE FINAL RESULTS

Group A:

Due to how close this group’s results were, tiebreakers needed to occur to determine bracket placement — and elimination.

[Update] Dota 2 Asia Championship 2018 – Overview and Predictions | dota 2 asia championships 2018 – Vietnamnhanvan

Dota 2 Asia Championship 2018 – Overview and Predictions

With the new Pro Circuit that was introduced for this Dota 2 season, the amount of tournaments that are being held is astonishing. There is literally either a Minor or a Major every week. This is a big plus for all the teams who want to get that direct invite for TI 8, because they have great deal of opportunities to do so. DreamLeague Season 9 was not as exciting as many people thought it would be, but that was mainly due to the fact that Miracle- was absent from Team Liquid’s lineup. This led Team Secret to be pretty much undisputed in their match-ups.

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DAC 2018 will be the fifth major for this year and it will take place in Shanghai, China. The top sixteen teams from all over the world will gather there in order to fight for that 1 000 000 $ prize pool as well as 1500 Qualifying points. It will be played from the 29th to the 7th of April.  DAC has always been an amazing tournament and many people refer to it as the “second TI”. This is mainly due to the amazing organization of the tournament and the amount of the attention that it drags. Many professional players have started their paths in the DAC, such as Sumail for example. The wonder kid made his mark with his signature hero – Storm Spirit – and he led his team to victory.

Format and Participating teams

The format of the DAC 2018 will be a group stage – two groups, each consisted of eight teams. The games will be played in Bo1. The top two teams from each group will advance to the playoffs, while the bottom two teams of each group will be sent home. After the group stage there will be the Main Event, which will be split in two phases.

The first phase called “Brakeout”, will feature eight teams which have finished 3rd-6th in their groups. They will play in a one-round Bo3 format. Four of those teams will advance to the Playoffs, while the other four will be eliminated.

The second phase will be the Playoffs. They will also include eight teams – the four winners of the “Brakeout” and the top two teams of each group.  They will play in a double elimination bracket. The first two rounds of the lower bracket will be Bo1, while the Grand Final will be Bo5. All other matches in the Playoffs will be Bo3.

Participating Teams

Like we already said, DAC 2018 will feature sixteen teams. Six teams are directly invited, while the other ten had to go through qualifiers. However, the qualifiers were to equally distributed. There is one team from EU, SA and CIS while there are two teams from SEA and NA and three teams from China.

• Direct Invite – Invictus Gaming, Newbee, Team Liquid, Vici Gaming, Virtus.Pro, Team Secret

• SEA Qualifier – Mineski, TnC Pro Team

• China Qualifier – Keen Gaming, LGD Gaming, VGJ.Thunder

• EU Qualifier – OG

• CIS Qualifier – Team Effect

• NA Qualifier – Evil Geniuses, OpTic Gaming

• SA Qualifier – paiN Gaming

As we can see, there is no doubt that the quality of the teams will be a guarantee for some epic games. Considering the current situations of the best teams right now, winning DAC might mean a guarantee spot for TI 8, so be sure to watch the games closely and bet on the team who has the most motivation to win. 

Our Favorites

Virtus.Pro

VP are undoubtedly the best team in the world in the past couple of months. Their domination was clear in nearly every tournament that they played in. They are also the only team who managed to win two consecutive Majors in a roll –  ESL One Katowice and the Bucharest Major. What’s more, VP are currently the only team which had guaranteed their invite for TI 8. This means that even if they do not get any qualification points from this tournament, it will have no impact on their qualification for TI. Having said that, one million dollars is still an amazing prize pool that will be surely be worth fighting for. Thats why I think that VP could still be a potential favorites, regardless of the fact that “they have no motivation to play”.

Team Secret

The DreamLeague Season 9 winner will also have their spot at winning the amazing DAC. Team Secret are currently ranked 3rd in the official leaderboard, which means that if they win this event they will most likely also guarantee their spot at TI 8. This will surely be an extra motivation on top of the fact that they won DreamLeague. Having the leadership of their captain – Puppey – Team Secret are more than capable of winning a second tournament in a roll.

Team Liquid

Much like Team Secret, Liquid are one of the most stable teams in the past two years. They are second on the leaderboard, but their difference from Team Secret is little to nothing, which means that they are direct competitors for that second spot for TI 8. Team Liquid played without their star player – Miracle – in the DreamLeague, which led KuroKy to play the mid role for the tournament. They did well, however, they lost 2-0 against Team Secret, who also won the tournament after that. Now when Miracle is back Team Liquid are surely one of the top challengers for the DAC 2018 trophy.

VGJ.Thunder

The Chinese team are one of the most promising teams going in the DAC. Having their home ground advantage, VGJ will try to please their fans with a nice Major win. The team proved time and time again that they are force to be reckoned with. They managed to get to two consecutive finals in a row, but sadly ended up losing both of them. Despite that, the team surely have what it takes to win this.

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Evil Geniuses

The NA dream is definitely back with EG. Arteezy and co managed to snatch an easy win in the GESC Indoensia Minor just few weeks ago. This did not come as a surprise, because EG were considered one of the heavy favorites going into that tournament. Having said that, if they want to have a chance of getting that direct TI invite they have to do whatever it takes in order to secure at least a top 3 finish. This is due to the fact that the difference between their Qualification points and the other top teams is pretty high, which means that they have to catch up. Will Sumail be able to shine again ? We are yet to see.

Final Thoughts

Beside our favorites, there might also be other teams worth paying attention to. One of them is surely Vici Gaming. They are pretty unpredictable, because sometimes they can just storm the competition with ease, while in other tournaments they are just a mere shadow of their previous play style. This Major will prove to be un-valuable for some teams such as EG for example, because it is one of their last chance to battle for that top 8 finish, which guarantees a direct invite for TI 8.

Which team do you think will be capable of winning? Can any of the Chinese team stand agains their fellow EU rivals? Let us know in the comments.

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