The International 2022: TI11 Group Stage standings and results

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Oct 15

The best Dota 2 teams from around the world are in Singapore to compete in the biggest Dota 2 event of the year.

The 20 qualified teams begin their journey in the TI11 Group Stage, where they’ve been separated into two groups of ten.

The top four teams from each group will advance directly to the upper bracket of the Main Event. Meanwhile, squads that finish in fifth to eighth place will continue their TI11 run in the lower bracket.

The last two squads from each group will be eliminated from the International 2022.

The TI11 Group Stage begins on October 15 and will run until October 18.

October 15 (Day 1)

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October 16 (Day 2)

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October 17 (Day 3)

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October 18 (Day 4)

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Tiebreakers

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In a first for TI, the group stage will be run entirely by PGL, according to their press release on August 29.

While no official information has been released yet, if TI11 follows the format of past competitions, four games will be running concurrently on PGL’s Twitch streams during the group stage: PGL_Dota2, PGL_DOTAEN2, PGL_DOTA2EN3, and PGL_DOTA2EN4. All broadcasts will also be available on YouTube.

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