See If Your Favorite Team Made it to Division I of New Dota 2 Competitive Season

New DPC season almost here.
New DPC season almost here. Valve

Over the past several days, we’ve seen a lot of Dota 2 teams making roster-related moves. We finally know why there seems to be a flurry. The new DPC season is starting soon. Depending on the region, it’s either in the last week of November or the first week of December. It also gives us an idea of who has the chance to join the first major tournament and get those precious points.

Here are the different regions and the teams in Division I:

  • Western Europe (November 30 to January 22)
    • Alliance
    • Team Liquid
    • Nigma Galaxy
    • Team Secret
    • Tundra Esports
    • OG
    • Team Tickles
  • Eastern Europe (December 2 to January 23)
    • Team Spirit
    • AS Monaco Gambit
    • Team Unique
    • PuckChamp
    • Natus Vincere
    • HellRaisers
    • Team Empire
  • North America (November 30 to January 22)
    • Quincy Crew
    • Evil Geniuses
    • Team Undying
    • 4 Zoomers
    • simply TOOBASED
    • Black n Yellow
    • D2 Hustlers
    • Arkosh Gaming
  • South America (December 2 to January 23)
    • NoPing e-sports
    • beastcoast
    • Thunder Predator
    • Infamous
    • Hokori
    • SG esports
    • Lava
    • Spirits
  • China (November 30 to January 23)
    • Team Aster
    • PSG.LGD
    • Vici Gaming
    • Invictus Gaming
    • EHOME
    • Phoenix Gaming
    • LBZS
    • TBD (Supposed to be Elephant which has since disbanded.)
  • Southeast Asia (December 1 to January 22)
    • T1
    • TNC Predator
    • Execration
    • Fnatic
    • OB.Neon
    • Omega Esports
    • Motivate.Trust Gaming
    • Team SMG

Initial Insights

Looking at the composition of Division I, they’re pretty much the same teams when the last DPC ended. Of course, right now, some changes should make the new season really interesting.

In Western Europe, most of the teams are ready except for OG. The two-time champion had most members leaving or taking a break from the pro scene. There’s also been an interesting roster shuffle in Eastern Europe with Team Spirit looking to defend its crown.

In North America, the top team Evil Geniuses is having some issues with its roster as the team captain left to go to another region. There are also some exciting things to expect in South America.

Going to China, it would be interesting to see which team takes over Elephant’s spot. It should also be exciting to see how the new VG performs and if PSG.LGD still has the drive to compete. Finally, in the SEA region, all eyes are probably on new team Talon and see if they can make it up to Division I.

Are you excited about the new season?

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