Get ready to rumble.

The International 11 Western Europe qualifier features 12 of the best teams in the region, giving it their all for qualification to the biggest Dota 2 event of the year.

What is the TI11 Western Europe qualifier?

Team Secret's Matumbaman at The International 10 (TI10)
Credit: Valve

As one of the most stacked regions, it’s going to be a tournament with twists and turns.

Only the top three teams will travel to Singapore. The top team will directly qualify for the TI11 group stage, while the other two teams will play in the Last Chance Qualifier.

TI11 Western Europe qualifier schedule and results

September 13

Upper bracket quarterfinal

Team Liquid2 – 0DDG Esports
goonsquad2 – 1Nigma Galaxy
Team Secret2 – 1Into the Breach
Alliance0 – 2Entity

September 14

Lower bracket round 1

DDG Esports2 – 1IVY
Nigma Galaxy2 – 1Brame
Into the Breach2 – 1Water Rune Enjoyers
Alliance1 – 2Team Bald Reborn

September 15

Upper bracket semifinals

Team Liquid2 – 0goonsquad
Team Secret0 – 2Entity

Lower bracket round 2

DDG Esports0 – 2Nigma Galaxy
Into the Breach2 – 0Team Bald Reborn

September 16

Lower bracket quarterfinals

Team Secret2 – 1Nigma Galaxy
goonsquad1 – 2Into the Breach

Upper bracket final

Team Liquid0 – 2Entity

Lower bracket semifinal

Team Secret2 – 1Into the Breach

(Game three postponed to September 17, 7 p.m. GMT +8 | 4 a.m. PT | 11 a.m. GMT due to technical issues.)

September 17

Lower bracket final

Team Liquid1 – 2Team Secret

Grand finals

Entity3 – 0Team Secret

Teams competing in the TI11 Western Europe qualifier

Alliance and Nigma are battling in DPC WEU.
Credit: DreamHack/Adrela Sznajder

A total of 12 teams will be contesting the WEU qualifiers.

  • Team Liquid
  • Entity
  • Team Secret
  • Nigma Galaxy
  • Goonsquad
  • Into the Breach
  • Alliance
  • DGG Esports
  • IVY
  • Team Bald Reborn
  • Water Rune Enjoyers
  • Brame

Format of the TI11 Western Europe qualifier

Entity Pure Pudge
Credit: Entity, Valve

The top eight teams of the qualifier are seeded in the upper bracket, while the bottom four teams are in the lower bracket.

Each team will play a best-of-three, where the winners advance. Losing in the upper bracket will cause a team to drop down to the lower bracket. Losing in the lower bracket means elimination.

The grand final will be a best-of-five

Where to watch TI11 Western Europe qualifier?

You can watch the TI11 Western Europe qualifier on PGL’s official Twitch channel.

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