The 2022 Dota 2 season continues with DPC SEA 2021/22 Tour 2 Division I, which features the top eight teams from the Southeast Asian region.

The spotlight is on BOOM Esports, the reigning DPC SEA 2021/22 Tour 1 Regional Finals winners and the Gamers Galaxy Dota 2 Invitational Series Dubai champions.

Teams will be competing to qualify for the ESL One Stockholm Major and earn crucial DPC points for qualification towards The International 11.

What is the DPC SEA 2021/22 Tour 2 Division I?

BOOM Esports' Yopaj at Gamers Galaxy Invitational Series Dubai 2022
Credit: Gamers Galaxy

DPC SEA 2021/22 Tour 2 Division I is the second Regional League of the 2021-2022 Dota 2 season.

The top three teams from the tournament will qualify to the first Major of the 2021-2022 Dota 2 season, since Tour 1’s Major was canceled due to the COVID-19 global pandemic. The bottom two teams will be relegated to Division II in the following Tour.

DPC SEA 2021/22 Tour 2 Division I schedule and results

Dj, Fnatic, ONE Esports Singapore Major, Dota 2
Credit: ONE Esports

The Regional League begins on March 16, 2022 and runs until April 21, 2022. The matches will be played on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays at 3:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. GMT+8.

DPC SEA 2021/22 Tour 2 Division I Standings

1stFnatic13 — 66 — 1
2ndBOOM Esports10 — 65 — 1
3rdT110 — 74 — 3
3rdPolaris Esports11 — 74 — 3
5thTeam SMG6 — 73 — 3
6thNigma Galaxy SEA8 — 93 — 4
7thNeon Esports4 — 131 — 6
8thExecration6 — 131 — 6

Week one

March 16

Polaris Esports2 — 0Nigma Galaxy SEA
Fnatic2 — 1Neon Esports

March 17

Team SMG2 — 0Execration

March 19

T10 — 2Polaris Esports
BOOM EsportsFF — WNigma Galaxy SEA

Week two

March 23

T12 — 1Nigma Galaxy SEA
BOOM Esports2 — 1Polaris Esports

March 24

Execration1 — 2Neon Esports

March 26

Fnatic2 — 1Execration
T12 — 0Team SMG

Week three

March 30

Team SMG2 — 1Polaris Esports
BOOM Esports2 — 0Neon Esports

March 31

T12 — 0Execration

April 2

Team SMG2 — 0Neon Esports
Fnatic2 — 0Nigma Galaxy SEA

Week four

April 6

Execration1 — 2Polaris Esports
Team SMG0 — 2Nigma Galaxy SEA

April 7

T12 — 0Neon Esports

April 9

Fnatic2 — 1Polaris Esports
BOOM Esports2 — 1Execration

Week five

April 13

Execration2 — 1Nigma Galaxy SEA
Fnatic2 — 0Team SMG

April 14

BOOM Esports2 — 1T1

April 16

Neon Esports0 — 2Polaris Esports
BOOM Esports2 — 1Fnatic

Week six

April 20

Neon Esports1 — 2Nigma Galaxy SEA
Fnatic2 — 1T1

April 21

BOOM Esports2 — 0Team SMG

April 23


3rd-4th place

Polaris Esports0 — 2T1

1st-2nd place

BOOM Esports0 — 2Fnatic

Format of DPC SEA 2021/22 Tour 2 Division I

T1 Dota 2 Gabbi official welcome image
Credit: T1

All eight teams participating in the Regional League will play best-of-three matches following a single round-robin format, similar to last year’s Division I and II competitions.

The top three teams will qualify for the ESL One Stockholm Major on May 12, 2022.

DPC SEA 2021/22 Tour 2 Division I prize pool and point pool

The DPC SEA 2021/22 Tour 2 Division I’s Regional League will have a total prize pool of US$205,000, along with a DPC point pool of 920.

1stFnaticQualifies to ESL One Stockholm Major400US$30,000
2ndBOOM EsportsQualifies to ESL One Stockholm Major240US$28,000
3rdT1Qualifies to ESL One Stockholm Major160US$27,000
4thPolaris EsportsRemains in Division I for Tour 380US$26,000
5thNigma Galaxy SEARemains in Division I for Tour 340US$25,000
6thTeam SMGRemains in Division I for Tour 3US$24,000
7thNeon EsportsRelegated to Division II for Tour 3US$23,000
8thExecrationRelegated to Division II for Tour 3US$22,000

Teams competing in the second Regional Tour in Southeast Asia

Credit: Beyond the Summit
BOOM EsportsIndonesia
T1South Korea
Team SMGMalaysia
Neon EsportsPhilippines
Polaris EsportsPhilippines
Nigma Galaxy SEAIndonesia

Where to watch the DPC SEA 2021/22 Tour 2 Division I

Ninjaboogie joins Team SMG
Credit: Team SMG

Dota 2 fans can watch the matches live on the BTS official Twitch channel.

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