Here's How Much DPC Slots Cost in Dota 2 WEU Region

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Have you ever wondered about the cost of a single slot in the second division of Dota Pro Circuit (DPC)? Well, popular Dota 2 streamer and professional player Janne "Gorgc'' Stefanovski (who plays for Team Bald Reborn) has the answer for you.

In a livestream meant to cover the open qualifiers of the Western European Dota Pro Circuit (WEU DPC), Gorgc was asked about the price of DPC slots. The question came from none other than TI 2022 champion Neta “33” Shapira of Tundra Esports. According to Gorgc, a DPC slot – at least in the second division – could range between $10K and $20K. He added that the final amount would still largely depend on the Dota 2 team.

During the livestream, Gorgc also revealed that he originally planned to sell his team’s spot in the second division of the upcoming DPC regional league. But as soon as he learned about the inception of the Old OG stack, he immediately abandoned the idea as he wanted to defeat them in tournaments.

The OG stack the streamer referred to features the trio of Topias "Topson" Taavitsainen, Johan "N0tail" Sundstein, and Sebastian "Ceb" Debs. They are three original members of the Dota 2 OG roster that won back-to-back TI Championships.

Obviously curious, 33 proceeded to ask Gorgc about the cost of a single DPC slot, to which the latter obliged.

“I can say it, it’s somewhere around between $10K to $20K,” Gorgc claimed.

33, on the other hand, revealed that in Eastern Europe (EEU), Dota 2 teams have been selling their Division I slot for at least $30K. Gorgc quickly suggested that Division I teams would actually go for an even higher price.

It is worth noting that the actual selling price of DPC slots is always determined by the Dota 2 tournament organizers. More often than not, it is based on a number of factors, such as the number of teams competing, the amount of prizes being offered, and the size of the tournament. Interestingly, Valve has not imposed any restrictions whatsoever involving the purchasing and selling of DPC slots.

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