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With The International 10 now way in the rearview mirror, it’s time for us to look forward to the new Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) season. The 2021-2022 season begins on November 29th, starting with the lower division matches in all six regions. As with previous seasons, this one will directly determine which teams get to play at TI11 in 2022. Dota 2 publisher Valve Corporation has yet to announce when and where it will take place, though.

Regardless, it doesn’t take a genius to realize that the rules and systems in place in the DPC can be confusing. There are things like roster locks, relegation, and DPC points to think about. Fear not, for we have the information you need to make heads or tails of the competition. Welcome to our primer on the upcoming DPC season.

What is the Dota Pro Circuit?

The Dota Pro Circuit is a competitive season that ranks professional Dota 2 teams based on their performances throughout a given year. The DPC does this primarily through two avenues: the Regional Leagues and the Majors. Both of these award Dota Pro Circuit points to teams based on how well they place at each one.

Points are then tallied at the end of the season, with the top 12 teams in the standings receiving direct invites to The International. In addition, both the Regional Leagues and the Majors award prize money. This further incentivizes teams to be consistent throughout the season.

Dota Pro Circuit Regional Leagues

The Regional Leagues are online, region-locked tournaments that span about six weeks of official games, with three tours per region during the season.

To participate in the Regional Leagues, teams have to register a five-man roster (with an optional official substitute) in their desired region. The available regions include:

  • North America (NA)
  • South America (SA)
  • Western Europe (WEU)
  • Eastern Europe (EEU, also known as CIS)
  • Southeast Asia (SEA)
  • China (CN)

The season divides these leagues into two divisions, with Division I reserved for top tier squads in each region. Only Division I awards any DPC points. Unlike previous DPC seasons, however, the 2021-2022 upper division has a scaling points system, where the earlier tours award fewer points than the later tours. The first tour of the year, for example, awards 690 points in total — whereas the second and third tours award a total of 920 and 1150 points respectively.

Presumably, Valve has implemented this system to prevent teams from qualifying for TI11 too early, and to require more long term consistency out of each team.

Division II on the other hand is reserved for amateur/semi-professional teams. These games offer less prize money compared to Division I, but teams that do well here earn spots in the upper division for the next tour in the season. Division II, therefore, is a “feeder series” that encourages lower ranked teams to try their hand at qualifying for The International.

Both divisions use the round robin format between eight participating squads. All matches are best-of-three, with head-to-head scores determining the standings. The distribution of prize money, DPC points, and qualifications from the two divisions are as follows:

Division I

Position
Prize Money
DPC Points (Tour 1/2/3)
Qualification

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 1st
 $30,000
 300/450/500
 Automatic Major Playoffs seed

 2nd
 $28,000
 180/240/300
 Automatic Major Group Stage seed

 3rd
 $27,000
 120/160/200
 Eligible for Major Wild Card Stage**

 4th
 $26,000
 60/80/100
 Eligible for Major Wild Card Stage**

 5th
 $25,000
 30/40/50
 Remains in Division I for next tour

 6th
 $24,000
 0
 Remains in Division I for next tour

 7th
 $23,000
 0
 Relegated to Division II

 8th
 $22,000
 0
 Relegated to Division II

* Only in WEU, EEU, CN, and SEA

** Only in WEU and CN

Division II

Position
Prize Money
Qualification

 1st
 $17,000
Promoted to Division I

 2nd
 $16,000
Promoted to Division I

 3rd
 $15,000
Remains in Division II

 4th
 $11,000
Remains in Division II

 5th
 $9,000
Remains in Division II

 6th
 $7,000
Remains in Division II

 7th
 $0
Replaced by Open Qualifier team

 8th
 $0
Replaced by Open Qualifier team

Qualification Rules

Just because a team registers for the DPC, though, it doesn’t mean that they’ll immediately be placed in the upper division. Division I gets its participating teams from the most recent DPC split relative to the start of each tour. In particular, the Division I field will be composed of six teams from the upper division of the previous tour, and two teams from the lower division of the previous tour.

As for Division II, each tour will be composed of: two teams relegated from the upper division (7th/8th places) of the previous tour, four teams from the lower division of the previous tour, and two teams from that tour’s closed qualifier tournament.

To get into the closed qualifier, teams will first have to get in from the open qualifier — which is the start of any new team’s journey in the DPC. So from all of this, it’s clear that non-established squads will first have to earn their place in the Regional Leagues.

The Roster Lock

In order to encourage teams to stick together throughout the year, Valve enforces a roster lock for the DPC season. Once teams lock in their lineups, they must play with the same roster for the rest of the season — including the Majors and The International. Any roster changes will incur a 15 percent penalty on a team’s current DPC points tally.

Official substitutes may stand in for players for any given reason in the Regional Leagues, but they are limited to only four out of the seven matches their team will be playing in a single tour. Should they stand-in for a fifth match in total, their entire team is disqualified from the tour and will forfeit any remaining matches. Furthermore, substitutes must either already be in an active Division II roster, or not competing in the league at all before they are allowed to cover for another player.

Dota Pro Circuit Majors

The Dota Pro Circuit Majors are premier tournaments that take place at the end of each Regional League tour. In contrast to the Regional Leagues, Majors are played in a LAN environment, and are the only tournaments in the year aside from The International where teams from each DPC region play against international squads.

Each Major offers $500,000 in prize money, as well as a much bigger pot of DPC points. The first place prize at the WePlay AniMajor from the previous season, for example, was composed of $200,000 and 500 DPC points. And just like the Regional Leagues, this year’s Majors will have a scaling points system as well — with the final Major of the season awarding 3,500 points in total.

Teams that place well or win a Major effectively put themselves in a massively advantageous position when it comes to qualifying for The International at the end of the season. But with 18 teams in the field at each Major, getting the desired result is a lot easier said than done. Nevertheless, it is in every team’s interest to qualify for the Majors through their respective Regional Leagues. Seeding in the Majors is directly determined by the results of each Regional League tour.

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The payouts of each Major in the 2021-2022 Dota Pro Circuit season are as follows:

Majors

Position
Prize Money
DPC Points (Major 1/2/3)

1st
$200,000
400/500/600

2nd
$100,000
350/450/550

3rd
$75,000
300/400/500

4th
$50,000
250/350/450

5th-6th
$25,000
200/300/400

7th-8th
$12,500
100/200/300

9th-16th
$0

Any team that plays with a substitute at any Major will only earn 60 percent of the DPC points awarded in the tournament. Furthermore, any team that removes a player from their roster upon securing a spot in a Major will incur a points penalty of 20 percent in said Major.

Major Format

As mentioned above, each Major will see 18 teams play for the prize money and the DPC points. Western Europe and China will get four slots each, while Eastern Europe and Southeast Asia will get three slots each. The remaining four slots go to North America and South America.

Each Major is divided into three distinct phases: the Wild Card Stage, the Group Stage, and the Playoffs.

Wild Card

The Wild Card Stage is a play-in tournament that takes place over the first two days of the event. Six teams face each other in a round-robin style competition where the top two teams earn last-minute qualification for the Major. All other teams are eliminated.

Group Stage

Once the Wild Card Stage is over, the tournament proper begins with the Group Stage. The two teams that qualified from the Wild Card Stage join those that placed second in their respective Regional Leagues to make a single group of eight squads. These teams will play another round-robin, where the top two advance to the upper bracket of the Playoffs. The next four teams from there will advance to the lower bracket, while the bottom two are eliminated from the tournament.

Playoffs

The Playoffs mark the main event of the tournament itself, where in most cases all remaining teams will enter the venue (typically a stadium, arena, or smaller venue) to play in front of an audience. The Playoffs take the form of a double-elimination bracket, where all matches except the Grand Finals are best-of-three affairs. The Grand Finals on the other hand are a best-of-five match.

The International

The International (TI) is the culminating event of the Dota Pro Circuit season, and is the world championship tournament for Dota 2. For seven straight iterations, TI has broken the all-time record for the largest prize pool in esports history, making it the most lucrative competitive event in the industry. Aside from the absolutely gargantuan payout, TI also awards the winning team with the Aegis of Champions, a shield-shaped trophy that includes the names of previous International champions engraved in the back.

As mentioned in the first major section of this primer, the top 12 teams in the DPC standings automatically qualify for The International at the end of the season. The remaining six slots, however, are up for grabs in the last chance regional qualifiers.

Aside from this key difference, though, The International functions more or less just like the Majors. The Group Stage divides the 18 participating teams into two groups of nine squads each, in order to determine seeding in the double-elimination bracket. The bottom team of each group is eliminated from the outset, however.

When Does the Dota Pro Circuit 2021-2022 Season Start?

The season officially starts on November 29th, 2021, starting with the Regional Leagues. For a full schedule of all the matches, we recommend checking out the individual tournament pages hosted on Liquipedia.

Where Can I Watch Dota Pro Circuit Games?

Valve has a dedicated website for all things Dota Pro Circuit where you can check out all the standings in every relevant event, be it the Regional Leagues, the Majors, or The International itself. Conveniently, this website also has live feeds of ongoing games in the Pro Circuit, so we recommend checking it out if you’re new.

Otherwise, there’s also the in-game spectator mode within the Dota 2 client itself, also known as “DotaTV”. To access this mode, simply fire up Dota 2, then go to the Watch page in the main menu. You’ll see all of the live DPC matches here, broadcasted with no streaming delay. DotaTV also offers some nice features, such as the ability to control the spectator camera yourself.

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Alternatively, there are platforms such as Twitch and YouTube — both of which host official live streams of the Regional Leagues, Majors, and TI. These streams typically have custom visuals and layouts provided by their respective tournament organizers, so depending on your preferences these may be better than watching through the Dota 2 esports website or through DotaTV.

And that’s everything you need to know about the upcoming Dota Pro Circuit season! We know we’re just as excited as you are to see the new season unfold. Keep your eyes on Hotspawn as we look forward to the new competitive year, and look out for our coverage of the 2021-2022 season.

[Update] 357入茶当教练;Ti10后DPC赛制大改革 | dotatv – Vietnamnhanvan

26日傍晚,Team Aster战队发布公告:

原Team Aster赛训教练童军杰(ID:Mikasa)已于1月底正式离职。同时,姚羿(ID:357)将正式加盟Team Aster担任教练一职,作为转型教练的老牌职业选手,357曾协助队伍取得诸多荣誉。

但受到近期疫情影响,357目前无法集合到队。鉴于SLi S3 MINOR开赛在即,为确保队伍训练的高效进行,Team Sirius教练张志成(ID:LaNm)将担任临时教练,备战并随队参加本次SLi S3 MINOR。

自357卸任LGD战队原教练一职后,便无甚动态消息。本次加入茶队担任教练一职,对茶队来说,也是一个不错的选择:虽然买不起AME,但买他个师傅也还不错。

同时对于连续冲击Ti冠军失败的LGD来说,面对Ti 10也多了份希望。既然合在一起夺不了冠,那就兵分三路,同时出击,只要有一路冲到最后,那就是成功!

言归正传啊,作为观众的小编,私认为茶队一直以来面临两个问题:一是顺风优势无限大时,不能让人觉得很稳,因为总是让人感觉随时回来一波失误,把优势全送回去,甚至直接落入败局;二是逆风时的军事化管理,《这把靠辰哥了》、《辰哥一次都不能死》和《辰哥得出圣剑了》三步曲不仅让SCCC,也让观众血压拉满。

希望357的到来,能对茶队的以上两个现象进行一定程度地改观。

26日还有一则消息,就是Dota2官方发布了TI10之后新赛季的DPC赛制大改动与地区联赛的大致实施计划。具体如下:(以下内容来自DOTA2官方)

TI10之后Dota巡回邀请赛将引入全新系统,使Dota赛事全年的赛程安排更为合理,并且新的框架更有利于二线和三线队伍的发展。

下一年将划分为3个赛季。每个赛季先是6个地区联赛,赛季末则是全球顶尖队伍参加的甲级联赛。而整个赛年的最后,和以往一样还是国际邀请赛。

地区联赛:

六个地区联赛,每个赛季各赛区均拥有28万美元总奖金。联赛分为职业组和精英组,职业组8支队伍,精英组8支队伍,全球共有96支队伍。每个赛季后,精英组排名最后的2支队伍将和职业组排名靠前的2支队伍交换。职业组排名最后的2支队伍将从联赛中淘汰,替换为公开预选赛中晋级的2支新队伍,使新队和新人能不断进入。

联赛贯穿全年,每周比赛时间固定,再搭配扁平的奖金分配规则应该能持续地营造二三线的职业氛围。

每个赛季的联赛为期六周,每个赛区均为所有队伍参加的Bo3循环赛。为了方便大家关注自己喜爱的赛区和队伍,全年每个赛区的比赛都会是固定的时间和时段。

所有精英组比赛均由工作室制作直播。所有职业组比赛将在DotaTV播出。

各个赛区每周均有三个比赛日,日程安排如下。所有时间均为太平洋时间。每个时间段均为Bo3的系列赛:

日程安排:

在首个赛季中,Valve将会指定职业组和精英组的初始队伍。队伍也需要在赛季开始前宣布自己参赛(并拥有相应资格)的地区。剩下的名额会在2020年国际邀请赛结束后的预选赛中产生。

奖金分配:

1 仅欧洲,中国,东南亚和北美

2 仅欧洲和中国

3 替换为公开预选赛晋级的队伍

参赛队伍的对应赛区为队伍中3名以上选手的居住地。另外,队伍可以在至多4场比赛中使用替补,只要替补自身处于职业组,或没有参加地区联赛。

若队伍决定更改赛区,他们需要通过公开预选赛进入该赛区,并从该地区的职业组开始比赛。

每个赛季期间,从赛季初至甲级联赛结束,所有阵容将被锁定。甲级联赛结束后至下个赛季开始前可以更改阵容。每变动一个选手,该队伍的当前积分都会被扣除15%。

甲级联赛

每个赛季都将以甲级联赛收尾,甲级联赛由所有赛区的18支队伍参加,总奖金为50万美元,并拥有巡回赛积分。

18支参赛队伍为每个地区职业组和精英组排名靠前的队伍。每个地区晋级的参赛队伍数量全年固定:

欧洲和中国:各4个名额。

北美和东南亚:各3个名额。

独联体和南美:各2个名额。

甲级联赛赛制

外卡赛:

赛制:6支队伍,Bo2循环赛。排名前二的队伍晋级小组赛。靠后的四支队伍被淘汰。

参赛队伍:

欧洲联赛季军

欧洲联赛殿军

中国联赛季军

中国联赛殿军

北美联赛季军

东南亚联赛季军

小组赛:

赛制:8支队伍的Bo2循环赛。排名前二的队伍晋级淘汰赛胜者组。第三至六名晋级淘汰赛败者组。排名靠后的两支队伍将被淘汰。

参赛队伍:

欧洲联赛亚军

中国联赛亚军

北美联赛亚军

南美联赛亚军

独联体联赛亚军

东南亚联赛亚军

外卡赛队伍#1

外卡赛队伍#2

淘汰赛:

赛制:12支队伍双败淘汰赛。

胜者组:

欧洲联赛冠军

中国联赛冠军

东南亚联赛冠军

南美联赛冠军

北美联赛冠军

独联体联赛冠军

小组赛第一名

小组赛第二名

败者组:

小组赛第三名

小组赛第四名

小组赛第五名

小组赛第六名

奖金分配:

第三个赛季结束后,巡回赛积分最高的12支队伍将晋级2021年国际邀请赛。剩余名额将通过六个赛区的预选赛决出,每个赛区的参赛队伍为未被直邀参加TI的8支顶尖队伍。TI将不再举办公开预选赛。

日期

每个赛季的日期如下:

第1赛季秋季联赛:10月5日 – 11月15日

第1赛季甲级联赛:12月7日 – 12月19日

第2赛季冬季联赛:1月4日 – 2月14日

第2赛季甲级联赛:3月8日 – 3月20日

第3赛季春季联赛:4月12日 – 5月23日

第3赛季甲级联赛:6月21日 – 7月3日

在此时间范围之外可以举办第三方赛事。


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