ASUS ROG DreamLeague Kick-Off Season
Double Elimination Offline Playoffs
The ASUS ROG DreamLeague is a new League by DreamHack and ASUS ROG as well as Roccat, TheGDStudio and Swedish TV channel TV6. The long-term goal is to create the world’s most prestigious Dota 2 league with focus on Europe and North America. DreamHack will work closely with the team organisations and make them partners to the league, but also keep them independent. DreamHack have in close partnership with six invited teams designed a new model, where teams are not only taking part as teams and players, but will work to promote ASUS ROG DreamLeague. On top of getting top exposure at Twitch.TV and TV6, DreamLeague will provide the teams with travel support to LAN finals, stream- and broadcast statistics and also kick-back on specific revenue streams.
Starting November 4, the ASUS ROG DreamLeague Kick-off Season will give you a taste of all the action DreamHack and partners will provide in 2014. The Kick-off season will feature 6 teams, $50,000 in prizes and on-stage Live Finals at DreamHack Winter 2013. The Kick-Off season will feature 6 invited teams from three regions: North America, Western Europe and Eastern Europe.
- The league consists of the 6 invited teams.
- Each team will face each other twice.
- Top four teams will advance to the Playoffs.
- All matches are played Best of One.
- The playoffs will take place at DreamHack Winter 2013.
- Double Elimination Bracket.
- Matches are played Best of 3.
- Grand Final is Best of 5.
The total prize pool of $50,000 will be spread as seen below.
|0-1Nov 11||0-1Nov 4||1-0Nov 5||1-0Nov 20||1-0Nov 11||1-10-1, W-FF||0-20-1, 0-1||2-01-0, 1-0||2-01-0, 1-0||2-01-0, 1-0|
|FF-WNov 20||1-0Nov 19||0-1Nov 7||0-1Nov 20||0-1Nov 6||1-1FF-W, 1-0||1-11-0, FF-W||0-20-1, 0-1||0-20-1, 0-1||0-20-1, 0-1|
|1-0Nov 19||W-FFNov 18||1-0Nov 5||0-1Nov 18||1-0Nov 7||2-01-0, 1-0||1-1W-FF, 0-1||2-01-0, 1-0||0-20-1, 0-1||1-11-0, 0-1|
|0-1Nov 20||1-0Nov 19||0-1Nov 5||1-0Nov 19||1-0Nov 6||0-20-1, 0-1||2-01-0, 1-0||0-20-1, 0-1||2-01-0, 1-0||1-11-0, 0-1|
|0-1Nov 6||1-0Nov 11||1-0Nov 12||0-1Nov 4||1-0Nov 13||0-20-1, 0-1||2-01-0, 1-0||2-01-0, 1-0||0-20-1, 0-1||2-01-0, 1-0|
|0-1Nov 4||1-0Nov 14||1-0Nov 12||1-0Nov 13||0-1Nov 7||0-20-1, 0-1||2-01-0, 1-0||1-11-0, 0-1||1-11-0, 0-1||0-20-1, 0-1|
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