Everything you need to know about Dota 2 Summit 11
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September 24, 2019

Everything you need to know about Dota 2 Summit 11

As the Dota Pro Circuit season starts, along with the commencement of the year comes the announcement of its starting tournament: the Dota 2 Summit 11.

After the eventual Qualifiers this coming October. Approaches the first tournament of the season, which is Summit 11. Hosted by Beyond the Summit, the tournament will be the first minor of the season. It will also be the first tournament ran by BTS that features a live studio audience.

This tournament is a 3-day event that starts on November 7 and ends on November 10. Along with the tournament, comes a prize pool of $300,000 and 660 DPC points to be won. The winner of the Minor will secure a spot at the MDL Chengdu Major this coming November.

Summit 11 will be the first tournament that implements the new DPC guidelines. This season gives lower-tiered teams better chances in the long run, with the rise of DPC points able to be won and the cash distribution considerably balanced. Summit 11 is another opportunity for teams to show their worth.

Here is the DPC point and Prize Pool distribution:

Rank Prize Pool DPC Points (660)
First $72,000 140
Second $60,000 120
Third $54,000 110
Fourth $42,000 90
Fifth $24,000 60
Six $24,000 60
Seventh $12,000 40
Eighth $12,000 40

The approaching tournament features eight professional teams. Teams are chosen through the qualifier stage that starts one month beforehand. The qualifier stage will begin on October 5 and end on October 10.

Here is the format for the tournament:

Group stage

  • Two GSL groups
  • All games are best-of-three
  • Top two teams advance to playoffs
  • Bottom two teams are eliminated

Playoffs stage

    • Double elimination bracket
    • Grand Finals is best-of-five
    • All other games are best-of-three
Dota 2 Summit 11

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Summit 11 will be a new beginning for the professional Dota 2 scene. Even though the prize pool and DPC point distribution may not seem like much. It is a big help to lower-tiered teams in the long run for the International 10. Especially with several top teams not participating in the first event of the DPC season.

Teams may now participate and have no fear of losing, considering that anyone qualified for the Minor will receive a share of the winnings.

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