DPC WEU 2023 Tour 1 Division 1: Schedule, results, format, teams, where to watch

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Jan 09

The Dota Pro Circuit is back in 2023 in Western Europe.

The DPC WEU 2023 Tour 1 Division 1 starts January 9, off the back of one of the region’s strongest-ever showings at The International. It was the third time in four years that a Western European team claimed the Aegis of Champions, after Tundra Esports swept compatriot Team Secret in the finals.

Three WEU teams — Tundra, Secret, and Team Liquid — were in the top three, and six teams were in the top 12. The same six teams are back in Tour 1 for yet another bloodbath of a DPC season, along with promotees Nigma Galaxy and Into the Breach.

This Regional League is the first of three Tours for the Dota Pro Circuit this year.

Besides prize money, teams fight for a variety of opportunities. The top four teams from the Western European region qualify for the first Major of the season. The top six teams stay in Division 1 for the next Tour, while the bottom two teams will be relegated to Division 2.

Week one

January 9

January 11

January 13

Week two

January 16

January 18

January 20

Week three

January 23

January 25

January 27

January 30

All eight teams in the Regional League will periodically play each other in a round-robin best-of-three.

Tiebreakers will only be played if it affects qualification — for Majors and relegation. A two-way tie will trigger a best-of-three tiebreaker. If there are more than two teams tied, the tiebreaker will be a best-of-one instead.

The top three teams qualify for the first Major of the season.

The DPC WEU 2023 Tour 1 Division 1’s regional league will have a total prize pool of US$205,000, along with 690 DPC points.

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