The Dota Pro Circuit Winter 2021 Season
This week begins the Winter 2021 season of the Dota Pro Circuit and with it kicks off six straight weeks of daily pro Dota action; all day, every day.
In preparation for this season, it has been revamped the in-client watching experience and you’ll find plenty of the latest ways to observe and follow alongside the scene. The “Watch” tab now features a comprehensive schedule and shows you the present team standings. You’ll quickly get a snapshot of where things stand and what games are happening within the moment and where to observe. You’ll even be ready to follow your favorite teams to form sure you never miss one among their matches. It has been also updated the DPC app (iOS and Android) so you’ll follow along and track the new leagues and teams there also.
If you’ve been following professional Dota for a short time you’ll know we’ve explored a couple of ways for you to cheer on your favorite teams. within the coming weeks you’ll be ready to back your favorites by purchasing content packages featuring in-game effects, sprays, emotes, loading screens, and (of course) chat-wheel lines from your favorite teams. This content is coming straight from the teams themselves and that they are submitting some great stuff for you to equip across your account.
Relog Media enters Dota 2 with SnowSweetSnow series
Relog Media has announced their first Dota tournaments for 2021 with a whopping prize pool and various events mapped out already.
CS: GO fans will recognize the tournament organizer because of the folks who hosted four HomeSweetHome seasons and 7 Nine to 5 events, distributing over $750,000 so far. they need also hosted also numerous NBA and PES tournaments for the local Serbian market.
Marko “BAJA” Jovanovic – Head of Esports in Relog and ex-professional Dota 2 player talked to GosuGamers about their entry into Dota 2.
The first Dota 2 cup to be held is going to be worth $50,000 with an aim of 12 events within the series this year!. On a side note, CS: GO fans can anticipate 12 cups with $100,000 prize pools each.
Between Jan 18 – Feb 11th sixteen teams directly invited from the CIS and European region will begin the 2021 year and series.
A bold move to start out at an equivalent time as DPC 2021 Season 1 you say? No sweat. The teams are already confirmed and prepared to travel. In fact, that they had such a lot of interest that there was no got to even consider qualifiers, and might never be any!
The games are going to be broadcast in English HERE and Russian HERE for now, but they are doing hope to be adding both German and Polish within the near future.
Team MagMa’s mid-laner Chen “zc” Xiaofeng has been banned from DPC for match-fixing while on Team Ocean.
Perfect World has banned Team MagMa mid-laner Chen “zc” Xiaofeng.
MasMa is one among the four teams qualified for the Upper Division of China Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) League.
Allegedly zc had been involved in match-fixing while he was on Team Ocean consistent with a Weibo post made by the TI2 winner and one among team owner Chen “Zhou” Yao. Evidence of zc receiving the cash has been sent forward.
MagMa was formed in August last year when two sister teams, Ocean and Blaze, merged under one tag.
Offlaner Jiang “Tzy” Bo was also on Team Ocean during the match-fixing, but there has been no word on if he had been involved. No statement has been made on the opposite members of Team Ocean.
The rest of Team MagMa will still be allowed to compete with a substitute player. A replacement has yet to be announced.
A similar ban occurred in North America when Jimmy “DeMoN” Ho was banned from competing within the DPC and Team Aristotle had to seek out a replacement so as to continue.