Team Liquid & qihl Dota Auto Chess Masters 3: EU, NA, and SEA Circuit

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Team Liquid & qihl Dota Auto Chess Masters 3: EU, NA, and SEA Circuit

The phenomenon known as Dota 2 Auto Chess continues to grow in all ways possible. While the mobile version of the game is slowly but steadily on its way, a new tournament is on the horizon – Auto Chess Masters 3: EU, NA and SEA Circuits. This is the third event of this kind.

Tournament Rules

As the title implies, there will be three separate tournaments in EU, NA, and SEA. All of them will follow the same format. The points per game are as follows: 1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8

Stage 1 will include 32 players who will be placed into randomized lobbies. They will play 3 games, and the top 16 will move on to Stage 2. The top eight from here will advance to Stage 3 where they will have to play one final game. All accumulated points are kept through the tournament, and the top 3 at the end will receive a prize.

The prizes are as follows:

First place – $300

Second place – $200

Third place – $100


Registration for these tournaments will be available soon, according to the Reddit post Only the top 32 Queen ranked players will be allowed to register. To get more information, you can visit their discord channel

You are only allowed to join a tournament that is in your region, so If you try to play in a different region you will be disqualified. You will also lose any of the prizes you may have won. Also, according to the organizers, each tournament will last approximately 6 hours.

The European event starts on April 20th @ 14:00 UTC.

NA starts on April 27th @ 20:00 UTC.

SEA begins on May 4th @ 8:00 UTC. OCE players are welcome to join the SEA Lobbies.

Team Liquid & qihl Dota Auto Chess Masters 3: EU, NA, and SEA Circuit
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.