Updated on June 6, 9:09 a.m. (GMT+8): Updated standings.

Earning enough DPC 2023 points is still the best way for professional Dota 2 teams to qualify for The International, Valve’s prestigious tournament that boasts a multi-million dollar prize pool.

Last year’s TI11 champions, Tundra Esports, took home over US$8.5 million when they went on an incredible upper bracket run and swept Team Secret 3-0 in the grand final.

Teams have been battling since the start of the DPC 2023 season, a competition split into three phases — Tours 1, 2, and 3. All Tours have regional leagues that lead to Major LAN events. These tournaments are where teams compete to earn DPC points.

TI12 will consist of 12 teams with the most DPC points, receiving direct invites to TI12 at the end of the season.

DPC 2023 point standing for the top 20 Dota 2 teams from all regions

The International 2023 TI12 DPC 2023 season
Credit: Valve
1stTeam Liquid1,600Western EuropeYes
2ndGaimin Gladiators1,540Western EuropeYes
3rdEvil Geniuses1,270South AmericaYes
4thShopify Rebellion1,170North AmericaYes
5thTundra Esports1,160Western EuropeYes
6thTalon Esports1,120Southeast AsiaNot yet
7th9Pandas1,096Eastern EuropeNot yet
8thTeam Spirit1,020Eastern EuropeNot yet
9thbeastcoast1,000South AmericaNot yet
10thTSM900North AmericaNot yet
11thPSG.LGD884ChinaNot yet
12thBetBoom Team760Eastern EuropeNot yet
13thExecration740Southeast AsiaNot yet
14thTeam Aster608ChinaNot yet
15thnouns580North AmericaNot yet
16thBleed Esports500Southeast AsiaNot yet
17thExtreme Gaming474ChinaNot yet
18thInvictus Gaming460ChinaNot yet
19thOG474Western EuropeNot yet
20thBlacklist International380Southeast AsiaNot yet

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