The DPC SEA Winter Regional Finals will mark the final competition between the top four teams of the Dota Pro Circuit 2021/2022 SEA Division I Tour 1, for an additional US$100,000 and precious 380 DPC points.
BOOM Esports, after getting unexpectedly promoted to Division I following the ban of Omega Esports, proved to be SEA’s best team with a 6-1 record. Fnatic, T1, and Team SMG followed behind—all with 5-2 records—needing tiebreakers to separate their final standings and their seeds in the Finals.
What is the DPC SEA Winter Regional Finals?
Valve shocked the Dota 2 world with a sudden announcement that the Dota Pro Circuit 2021/2022 Winter Major was canceled due to “the discovery and spread of new strains of COVID-19 and the resulting increase of travel restrictions.”
To replace it, Valve announced the Winter Regional Finals.
DPC SEA Regional Finals schedule and results
The tournament will take place from February 11 to 13.
Upper Bracket Quarterfinals
|BOOM Esports||2 — 0||Team SMG|
|T1||2 — 1||Fnatic|
Lower Bracket Quarterfinal
|Team SMG||2 — 0||Fnatic|
Upper Bracket Semifinal
|BOOM Esports||1 — 2||T1|
Lower Bracket Final
|Team SMG||1 — 2||BOOM Esports|
|T1||1 — 3||BOOM Esports|
Format of the tournament
All four teams participating will play best-of-three matches in a double-elimination bracket, except for the grand final, which will be a best-of-five series.
DPC SEA Winter Regional Finals prize pool and point pool
The tournament will have a total prize pool of US$100,000, along with a DPC point pool of 380.
|PLACE||TEAMS||DPC POINTS||PRIZE MONEY|
Teams that are competing in the DPC SEA Winter Regional Finals
|DPC SEA DIVISION I TOUR 1 STANDINGS||TEAMS|
Where to watch the DPC SEA Winter Regional Finals?
Dota 2 fans can watch the Regional Finals matches live on Beyond the Summit’s official Twitch channel.
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