Dota 2: ESL One Thailand 2020 Starts This Week

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Dota 2: ESL One Thailand 2020 Starts This Week

Here's all the latest info about the upcoming tournament.

ESL One Thailand 2020 is ESL’s latest tournament that will begin in just a couple of days. Similar to every big online event, this one is divided into different regions. The first one we can watch is the Americas, where we'll see some of the best teams from North and South America.

The open and the closed qualifiers for this tournament took place just a few days ago. So. after waiting for a while, we finally have information about the schedule, as well as the format of the event.

What to expect?

The group stage of the ESL One Thailand will begin on August 8. Eight of the best teams in the region will be fighting for nearly a month until one of them grabs the trophy.

As expected, all eight teams will be placed in a round-robin format. Similar to other events, each series is going to be best-of-three. The first series of the event is going to be between CR4ZY and Thunder Predator, which are two unpredictable teams, so make sure to watch it.

What’s interesting about this event is that there will be a total of seven days, each of which will have four series. Despite the fact that the best team from the region won’t be taking part in this event (Evil Geniuses), there are still many big names here:

  • CR4ZY
  • Quincy Crew
  • beastcoast
  • business associates
  • 4 Zoomers
  • Thunder Predator
  • Infamous
  • Gorillaz-Pride

Don’t forget once the Americas region's over, we'll get to watch some of the best Asian teams play next. If you want to learn more information about it, please make sure to follow us on our Twitter or Facebook.

As for the event itself, you can watch it live here.

Dota 2: ESL One Thailand 2020 Starts This Week
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.