DreamLeague Season 9

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[e][h]DreamLeague Season 9
League Information
Organizer:
Type:
Offline
Location:
Sweden Stockholm
Venue:
Monster Energy DreamHack Studios
Number of Teams:
8
Prize pool:
$300,000 USD
Start Date:
2018-03-21
End Date:
2018-03-25
Pro Circuit Points:
300
Pro Circuit Tier:
Liquipedia Tier:
Links
Chronology

DreamLeague is back with Season 9, scheduled for March 2018.[1] DreamLeague will once again be featured on Valve's Dota Pro Circuit with 300 points counting for qualification to The International 2018. Eight teams will travel to the Monster Energy DreamHack Studios in Stockholm, Sweden, for a chance at those valuable qualification points and the $300,000 prize pool.

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  • Eight teams:
    • Six qualified teams, one from each region
    • Two invites, based on DPC standings
  • All matches are Bo3
  • Bo5 Grand Finals

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The prize pool for the finals is $300,000 USD and 300 Pro Circuit Points.[1]

Participants[edit]

Team Secret[1]
1Denmark Ace 
2Malaysia MidOne 
3Germany Fata 
4Jordan YapzOr 
5Estonia Puppey 
CSouth Korea SunBhie 
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