Dota 2: 2023 DPC Tour 2 Division I Predictions

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Dota 2: 2023 DPC Tour 2 Division I Predictions

We offer our predictions for the Tour 2 of the 2023 DPC.

The 2023 DPC Tour 2 Division I matches are about to begin in just a few days. After Gaimin Gladiators won The Lima Major 2023 and Valve released The Dead Reckoning Update and patch 7.23e, it is time to focus on the upcoming Tour 2.

Speaking of Tour 2 and Division I, you can learn more about all of the teams that will take part in the competition by reading this article. As you can see, we will watch the best in action, which means we’ll have a month full of exciting matches.

Since ESTNN offers some of the best Dota 2 betting websites, it probably doesn’t come as a surprise that many people are interested in punting. The 2023 DPC Tour 2 will offer many options, but not everyone knows what to bet on. Therefore, this article will share more information about the DPC Tour 2 2023 prediction.

Western Europe 


People familiar with Tour 2 DPC EU know that this is Dota 2’s strongest region. There is no doubt this is the case because the Western European teams hardly had any competition at The Lima Major. Consequently, Gaimin Gladiators and Team Liquid reached the Grand Final, where Quinn and the rest won.

Even though the Dota 2 patch 7.23e changed many things, we expect the best teams in WEU to continue to shine. Of course, Gaimin Gladiators and Team Liquid are the two big favorites that we think won’t have problems securing a Top 4 finish. However, the battle for the other 2 spots will be fierce because all teams have what it takes to get there.

After missing out on the first Major, OG, and Nigma Galaxy will want to take revenge. However, Tundra Esports, the current TI champion, as well as Entity will do everything in their power to be in the top 4.

Eastern Europe

Albeit not as competitive as WEU, the DPC Tour 2 EEU Division I promises to offer us loads of epic matches. In fact, this is probably the region where no one can predict what would happen. That’s one of the reasons why some of the best betting sites for Dota 2 will offer higher odds than usual.

Aside from Team Spirit, the strongest team in Eastern Europe, BetBoom, HellRaisers, VP, and Darkside have equal chances of finishing in the top 3. Remember that EEU only has 3 slots for the Major, so the battle will be even more fierce than in WEU.

When talking about Dota 2 2023 DPC Tour 2 Division I predictions for EEU, we also have to mention HYDRA. Despite the fact that the team is coming from Division II, it didn’t lose a single series. Hence, the squad has what it takes to surprise some of the big names in the region.

Southeast Asia

Everyone knows Southeast Asia is one of the most intriguing regions in Dota 2. Following the DPC Dota 2 standings and the results from Tour 1, Division I lost Fnatic and BOOM Esports, two of the biggest names there. However, this won’t make Tour 2 less interesting to watch because there are several top teams.

Most people would put Blacklist International as the favorite in SEA’s Division I, but Talon Esport is clearly on another level. Mikoto and the rest were the only non-European team that exceeded expectations during The Lima Major 2023. The team dealt with many top-tier opponents before losing to Team Liquid in the Lower Bracket.

Execration performed well during Tour 1, but the team didn’t do much at the Major. Nevertheless, Palos and the rest are among the best in SEA, so they should secure a Top 3 finish.

With that said, Team SMG, Bleed Esports, Geek Slate, and Blacklist International all have amazing rosters. Consequently, the SEA Division I will be one of the most interesting ones to follow.



If there is one region in Dota 2 that disappointed its fans, it has to be China. Even though DPC Tour 2 China looks promising, the best teams from this part of the world can’t live up to the expectations. That’s why many people started questioning whether China deserves to have 4 Major slots.

Those interested in watching the Chinese DPC have to keep an eye on Team Aster and PSG.LGD. Although some people may disagree, we believe they’re the best in the region and will probably secure a top 4 finish. Besides them, Xtreme Gaming and Vici Gaming also look promising.

North America

Dota 2 carry player Arteezy competing for Evil Geniuses at the One Esports Singapore Major

If you look at the Dota 2 DPC 2023 schedule, you can see North America will offer loads of interesting series. Albeit being the least competitive region in the last couple of years, there are a couple of NA teams that are in a league of their own.

Of course, we must address the elephant in the room called Shopify Rebellion. Arteezy and the rest of the ex-Evil Geniuses have almost no competition besides TSM. Even though the latter defeated them during Tour 1, SR was the team that did the best at The Lima Major 2023.

Aside from these 2 North American powerhouses, nouns and felt are the other 2 squads that you should keep an eye on. However, it is essential to remember that North America only has two DPC 2023 Major slots.

South America

The beastcoast logo, a stylized wave crashing against the shore, appears in white against a seafoam green background

Finally, we have the faster-growing region in Dota 2 in terms of popularity. In this 2023 DPC Tour 2 Division 1 predictions article, there are several big South American teams that people should keep an eye on. 

Starting with Evil Geniuses, the team exceed expectations at The Lima Major 2023, so it will be eager to do the same. Beastcoast and Thunder Awaken are also two clubs that people need to pay attention to. The same applies to Alliance.LATAM and Keyd Stars, although they are on a different level than the two big squads in SA.

If you take a look at the DPC Dota 2 Schedule, you will see that most of the action in Tour 2 starts in just a few days from now. We will make sure to cover all regions weekly, so make sure to follow ESTNN for more information.

Dota 2: 2023 DPC Tour 2 Division I Predictions
Zlosterr has been a fan of esports for many years and mainly focuses on Dota 2. He has more than five years of experience writing Dota 2 content for numerous platforms. Besides being a passionate fan of the game, he's also played for various amateur teams.