PGL has announced that it will host the final Dota 2 Major event of this year’s 2021-2022 Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) from August 4th to the 14th at the Esports Stadium Arlington in Texas. A total of 18 Dota teams from all over the world will compete. A prize pool of $500,000 will be distributed at the end of the tournament, as well as DPC points which are be needed to qualify for this year’s edition of The International.
The Major will be offline, meaning fans can attend the event live if they want to.
“Dota 2 has a lot of fans in the US, and Arlington has a perfect location for tournaments of this caliber: Esports Stadium,” said Silviu Stroie, CEO of PGL. “We are fortunate to be back in North America with another Major after Boston. We love to run events in the USA, and we have wonderful memories from 2016: it was a great tournament, and the fans were fantastic. Having a tremendous tournament with Dota 2 enthusiasts in the stands after a long time will be great!”
This will be a treat for North American fans, who last saw a Major event way back in 2016. It was the Boston Major where TI8 and TI9 champions OG won the tournament.
(All information was provided by Esports.net)
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