Team Spirit and Talon Esports become the latest teams to join the Riyadh Masters lineup
Even though the organizers are yet to announce it, Team Spirit and Talon Esports have become the latest teams to lock Riyadh Masters qualification. Team Spirit fell short of reaching the playoffs in DreamLeague Season 20, but they managed to accumulate enough tournament points to meet the qualification criteria for the prestigious event about to be held in the capital of Saudi Arabia. Talon Esports, on the other hand, bagged a Lower Bracket Semifinal spot to claim a Riyadh Masters spot.
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The last DreamLeague invitation slot in the tournament could potentially go to BetBoom Team if they manage to secure second place in DreamLeague Season 20. If they fail to make it to the Grand Final, however, beastcoast will be get the slot instead.
Take note that the Riyadh Masters 2023 championship has been rescheduled, and it will now take place from July 17 to 30. The participating teams will compete for a prize pool of $15 million, with the winning team receiving $5 million. It is also worth mentioning that The International 11, where Tundra Esports emerged as champions, had a prize pool of nearly $19 million.
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