Upcoming Dota 2 tournaments 2020: Asian Dota2 Period
The professional Dota 2 action is shifting to Asia as the second month of summer comes to our house. Starting from the second part of June and up to late July, we will be able to enjoy a top-class performance by teams from China and SEA regions. BEYOND EPIC: China, DPL-CDA League S2, One Esports SEA, and more amazing Dota 2 tournaments are coming very soon.
BEYOND EPIC: China
After a successful start in Europe, Epic Esports Events, Beyond the Summit and RuHub are launching a Chinese online event with a $50,000 prize pool. The event kicks off this Sunday, June 21. Beyond Epic: China will feature all the most successful Chinese teams, including PSG.LGD, Vici Gaming, RNGU and Invictus Gaming. The rising stars of the region will also be there: CDEC Gaming and Sparking Arrow Gaming also received direct invites. Beyond Epic: China will conclude on June 28 with a Bo5 Grand Final.
DPC-CDA Professional League Season 2
Along with Beyond Epic, the best Chinese Dota 2 teams will compete with each other at DPL-CDA League S2. The event is scheduled for June 24 – July 26, 2020. It is organized by the China Dota2 Professional Association and Mars Media. The event will feature 6 founding CDA members: IG, PSG.LGD, EHOME, RNGU, Vici Gaming and Team Aster. The other 4 participants will be determined through League Promotion event. This type of Quals will be held on June 22-23. CDEC, Sparking Arrow, IG.Vitality, StarLucK.Fly and two others will compete for 4 places at the main event which will have a circa a $183,401 prize pool.
ONE Esports Dota 2 SEA League
ONE Esports Dota 2 SEA League is already up and rolling. The group stage started on June 18 and will last till July 12. Four top teams of the group stage will advance to the playoffs upper bracket. Teams placed from 4-8 positions will go to the playoffs lower bracket, while two bottom teams will be eliminated. The playoffs itself start on July 15 and end up on July 19, 2020, with a bo5 Grand Final. The winner will get $40,000, while the runner-up – twice less. The full ONE Esports Dota 2 SEA League prize pool is $100,000.
BTS Pro Series Season 2: SEA
The BTS, do not confuse with the Korean Pop group, is already coming to an end. It's only Lower Bracket Final and Grand Final left to define the winner, who will receive $21,000 of $50,00 tournament prize pool. As of now, only Fnatic, BOOM Esports, and Geek Fam are left in the competition.
As you can see, we are looking forward to the Asian Dota 2 season. Why not, as there is no other? Not including Parimatch League S3, of course. Share your expectations from the Asian Dota 2 scene and follow the results of the events together with BuffHub Dota 2 news.