One of the strongest regions is getting ready for battle.

The International 11 Western Europe qualifiers is set to be a bloodbath. Running from September 13 to 17, 12 teams compete for just three slots in Singapore—the first place directly qualifies to the group stage, while the second and third teams will participate in the Last Chance Qualifier.

Here are all the teams qualified for The International 2022’s Western Europe qualifier.

All teams qualified for TI11 Western Europe qualifier

Team Liquid Micke next to Dota 2's Aegis of the Immortal
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  • Team Liquid
  • Entity
  • Team Secret
  • Nigma Galaxy
  • Goonsquad
  • Into the Breach
  • Alliance
  • DGG Esports
  • IVY
  • Team Bald Reborn
  • Water Rune Enjoyers
  • Brame

It’s a stacked field, especially at the top.

Nobody will bat an eye if Team Liquid, Entity, Team Secret, or Nigma Galaxy wins the whole WEU Qualifier. But only three slots are available, which means somebody is guaranteed to miss out.

Plus, TI brings the strangest of forms out of even the most unexpected opponents. While not as favored as the top four teams, the rest of the field have the capacity to surprise—and there’s no better time to do so.

The top eight teams are seeded in the upper bracket, while the bottom four teams are in the lower bracket. Each team plays a best-of-three series until the grand finals, where a grand-of-five will decide the fate of the finalists.

You can watch the WEU Qualifier on PGL’s official Twitch channel.

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