The Dota Pro Circuit China (CN) 2021/2022 Tour 2 is scheduled to begin on March 15, with six teams from Division I of the previous tour, and two teams from Division II of previous tour participating.
Tour 1 was surprising to say the least, with few heavyweights crashing hard while newcomers striking a brilliant chord.
However, this time around, Tour 2 is of utmost importance since the top 4 teams will earn a direct slot to the ESL One Stockholm Major 2022.
Everything you need to know about the Tour 2 teams, format, prize pool, schedule, DPC points, and stream links can be found below:
- Team Aster
- Royal Never Give Up
- Vici Gaming
- Xtreme Gaming
- Team Magma
Eight teams will battle each other in a round-robin system, with all series being played in a best-of-three format.
At the end of Tour 2:
- 1st to 4th place teams will qualify to the ESL One Stockholm Major 2022
- 1st to 6th place teams will retain their slot in Division I for the next tour
- Bottom two teams will be relegated to Division II for the next tour
Five series will take place every week between Tuesday to Saturday until the tour culminates with a champion.
Week 1 to Week 5 consists of five series each, with Week 6 consisting of only three series.
The complete list of match-ups can be found here.
Perfect World is going to be the studio to broadcast DPC CN to the viewers. The stream link can be found here.
Prize Pool and Pro Circuit Points
The total prize pool for the tournament is $205,000 and 920 Pro Circuit points.
The distribution is as follows:
- 1st: $30,0000 & 400 DPC Points
- 2nd: $28,000 & 240 DPC Points
- 3rd: $27,000 & 160 DPC Points
- 4th: $26,000 & 80 DPC Points
- 5th: $25,000 & 40 DPC Points
- 6th: $24,000
- 7th: $23,000 (Relegated)
- 8th: $22,000 (Relegated)
Bottom three teams won’t be eligible for any Pro Circuit points.