Dota 2: A New $100,000 SEA Event Is Starting Soon

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Dota 2: A New $100,000 SEA Event Is Starting Soon

Here's the latest online tournament we can watch.


Despite the tricky situation around the world due to COVID-19, many of the biggest Dota 2 tournament organizers decided to host numerous online tournaments. The latest addition to the squad is called ONE Esports SEA League. As its name suggests, it is organized by ONE Esports in conjunction with IO Esports

What will it be like?

Even though it will be entirely online, this tournament will have a $100k USD prize pool. The goal is to bring together some of the best teams in SEA. They will begin to fight for that prize pool on the June 18. However, the league will continue for around one month, which means that it will end on the July 19.

So far, we only know the names of the first seven teams, all of which were directly invited. Here they are;

  • Fnatic
  • Team Adroit
  • TNC Predator
  • Geek Fam
  • T1
  • Reality Rift
  • BOOM Esports

Apart from them, there will be a lot more teams soon. However, if they wish to take part in this event, they need to go through the qualifiers. If you want to see if you have what it takes, be sure to sign up for the first qualifiers. It will take begin on the 4th of June, so you still have time.

Once the regular season begins, the teams will play in a round-robin format where the top eight of them will advance to the playoffs. There, they will play in a double-elimination bracket.

If you want to learn more about this event, make sure to follow us on our social media accounts. Until then, be sure to watch the ongoing ESL One Birmingham Online. Right now, the event is taking place in SEA and we already got some pretty interesting results.

Dota 2: A New $100,000 SEA Event Is Starting Soon
Zlosterr
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.