The Winter Tour Regional Finals is right around the corner with teams from six regions battling for supremacy.
The regional finals will take place over two separate weekends in February with considerable prize money and Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) points on the line,
China (CN), Eastern Europe (EEU), and North America (NA) are the remaining regions to compete at the Regional Finals, scheduled to begin on February 18 - 20, 2022, over the final weekend.
Everything you need to know about the Regional Finals’ Format, prize pool, schedule, DPC points, and stream links can be found below:
Regional Finals Format
The top four teams of the DPC 2021/22 Division I: Tour 1 will compete against each other in the Regional Finals.
The teams will compete in a double elimination playoffs bracket with each series being a best-of-three (Bo3), except for the Grand Finals, which will be a best-of-five (Bo5).
Regional Finals Schedule
As mentioned earlier in the post, the Regional Finals will take place over two separate weekends with three regions playing on the first weekend, and the other three regions playing on the second weekend.
The regions playing on the second weekend are:
- China (CN)
- Eastern Europe (EEU)
- North America (NA)
Here’s how the brackets look:
- PSG.LGD vs EHOME
- Team Aster vs Royal Never Give Up
- Team Spirit vs HellRaisers
- PuckChamp vs Virtus.Pro
- Quincy Crew vs 4 Zoomers
- TSM vs Evil Geniuses
The exact schedule of the matches will be revealed soon.
The broadcasts will be brought to you by different studios. You can find the links below:
SEA: Perfect World
Prize Pool and DPC points distribution
The combined prize pool for the Regional Finals stands at $600,000 with each region being awarded an equal split of $100,000 each.
380 DPC points are up for grabs, and only the top two teams from each region will be eligible to receive them.
The distribution is as follows:
1st place: $50,0000 & 250 DPC Points
2nd place: $25,000 & 130 DPC Points
3rd place: $15,000
4th place: $10,000