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[e][h]StarLadder
Company Information
Industry:
Profesionnal Gaming League
Founded:
2012
Headquarters:
Ukraine Kiev
Total Prize Pools:
$4,584,285
Links

Tournaments[edit]

Tournament Format[edit]

Dota2 Star Championship[edit]

Star Championship was offline event with 16 teams.

  • Group Stage #1
    • 16 teams divided into 4 groups.
    • Best of 1 series.
    • Top 2 proceed to the second group stage.
  • Group Stage #2
    • 8 teams divided into 2 groups.
    • Best of 1 series.
    • Top 1 from each group seeded into the semifinals.
    • 2nd and 3rd place meets in the first round of the knockout stage.
  • Playoffs
    • 6 teams divided into upper- and lowerbracket.
    • Best of 3 series.
    • Grand Final is a best of 3 series.

Star Ladder Star Series[edit]

Star Series features online ladder play and offline finals.

  • Ladder Play
    • 16 invited teams.
    • Round Robin.
    • Each match is bo1 with win giving 3 points and a loss 0 points.
  • Offline Finals
    • Format vary from event to event
    • Winner is determined from elimination bracket
Star Ladder Number of teams in league play Number of teams advancing to offline finals
Season 1 16 4
Season 2 16 5
Season 3 16 8
Season 4 16 4
Season 5 16 4
Season 6 16 4
Season 7 16 4
Season 8 18 4
Season 9 40 8
Season 10 44 8
Season 11 42 8
Season 12 40 8

Since season 3 prizepool is split between league play and offline finals. Since season 9 Starladder expanded to other regions, like North America, China and SEA/Korea.