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Dota 2 Bali Major 2023: How To Watch, Schedule, Teams & Results

Here's everything about the Dota 2 Bali Major 2023, including how to watch, schedule, teams competing, results, and more!
Dota 2 Bali Major 2023: How To Watch, Schedule, Teams & Results
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Get ready for one of the biggest events in the Dota 2 esports calendar! IO Esports and Epulze will host the best Dota teams at the Bali Major 2023 in the 5-star luxury AYANA Estate resort in Indonesia, from 7-9 July 2023. This tournament is the last chance for teams to prove their mettle ahead of the prestigious The International 2023 competition.

With teams battling for the lion's share of the $500,000 prize pool and highly sought-after DPC points to secure a spot at The International 2023, the Bali Major 2023 will have Dota 2 enthusiasts glued to their screens. Here's everything about the tournament, including how to watch, schedule, teams, results, and more.

Updated on 9 July 2023: The Bali Major 2023 has ended.The next Tier 1 tournament is the Riyadh Masters 2023 event happening on 17 July.

How To Watch Bali Major 2023: Stream Links

The easiest way to watch the Dota Bali Major 2023 matches is through the "Watch" tab of the game client. However, you can also tune into the live streams on the official Epulze Gaming Twitch channel (embedded below) or YouTube channels.

Another popular option is to attend the event in person and watch the Playoff matches live at the AYANA Estate in Bali, Indonesia. You can find ticketing information on how to attend the live event in the section below.

Dota 2 Bali Major 2023: Schedule & Format

The Bali Major 2023 is the third Major of the 2023 DPC season. Like other tournaments, it features a Group Stage and Playoffs, with 18 teams competing for the championship title from 29 June through 9 July 2023 at the AYANA Estate in Bali, Indonesia.

The Group Stage (running 29 June through 3 July) comprises two groups of nine teams each, playing a single round-robin format with all matches being BO2.

The top four teams from each group advance to the Upper Bracket of the Playoffs (running 5 July through 9 July), while the 5th and 6th placed teams advance to the Lower Bracket. The remaining teams are eliminated.

The Playoffs feature twelve teams, with eight starting in the Upper Bracket and four starting in the Lower Bracket. This stage follows a double-elimination bracket format, with all matches being BO3. The Grand Final will be played as a BO5.

Dota 2 Bali Major 2023: Teams Attending

The Bali Major will see 18 of the world's top Dota 2 teams compete for the championship. The participating teams hail from five regions: Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Southeast Asia, China, and North/South America. A complete list of teams and their groups can be found below.

  • Tundra Esports
  • Gaimin Gladiators
  • Quest Esports
  • Team Liquid
  • Team Spirit
  • BetBoom Team
  • 9Pandas
  • Invictus Gaming
  • Team Aster
  • Azure Ray
  • Bleed Esports
  • Blacklist International
  • Execration
  • Shopify Rebellion
  • nouns
  • Evil Geniuses
  • beastcoast

Group Seeding

Group A Group B
Beastcoast 9 Pandas
Blacklist International Azure Ray
Execration BetBoom Team
Invictus Gaming Bleed Esports
Shopify Rebellion Evil Geniuses
Team Aster Gaimin Gladiators
Team Liquid Nouns
Team Spirit PSG.LGD
Tundra Esports Quest Esports

Dota 2 Bali Major 2023: Tickets

Tickets for the Dota 2 Bali Major are no longer available as the event is completely sold out. For the sake of prosperity, the premium access ticket included a 3-day pass for $888, featuring perks like priority signing sessions, exclusive event goodies, and an after-party invite. Alternatively, a standard 3-day pass was available at $USD 388, offering free seating and priority signing sessions. Both options include an event goodie bag.

Dota 2 Bali Major 2023: Results & Standings


Here are the results and standings for the Dota 2 Bali Major 2023: Group Stage. We will endeavor to update this page regularly.

Group Stage

Group A Standings
Team Liquid 4-4-0 12-4
beastcoast 2-6-0 10-6
Tundra Esports 2-6-0 10-6
Team Aster 4-2-2 10-6
Team Spirit 2-5-1 9-7
Shopify Rebellion 1-4-3 6-10
Blacklist International 1-4-3 6-10
Execration 0-5-3 5-11
Invictus Gaming 1-2-5 4-12
Group B Standings
Quest Esports 5-2-1 12-4
BetBoom Team 4-2-2 10-6
Gaimin Gladiators 3-4-1 10-6
PSG.LGD 3-4-1 10-6
9Pandas 3-2-3 8-8
Azure Ray 2-3-3 7-9
Bleed Esports 2-3-3 7-9
nouns 1-3-4 5-11
Evil Geniuses 0-3-5 3-13


Upper Bracket Quarterfinals
Team Liquid PSG.LGD 2-1
BetBoom Team Tundra Esports L-W *
Beastcoast Gaimin Gladiators 1-2
Quest Esports Team Aster 2-1
Upper Bracket Semifinals
Team Liquid Tundra Esports 0-2
Gaimin Gladiators Quest Esports 2-1
Upper Bracket Final
Tundra Esports Gaimin Gladiators 0-2
Grand Final
Gaimin Gladiators Team Liquid 3-1
Lower Bracket Round 1
PSG.LGD Team Spirit 2-1
BetBoom Team Azure Ray 1-2
Beastcoast Shopify Rebellion 2-1
Team Aster 9 Pandas 0-2
Lower Bracket Round 2
PSG.LGD Azure Ray 2-1
Beastcoast 9Pandas 1-2
Lower Bracket Round Quarterfinals
Quest Esports PSG.LGD 2-0
Team Liquid 9Pandas 2-1
Lower Bracket Semifinal
Quest Esports Team Liquid 1-2
Lower Bracket Round Final
Team Liquid Tundra Esports 0-2

Note: * BetBoom received a default loss. This action was due to a player being found guilty of stream sniping mid-tournament.

Dota 2 Bali Major 2023: Prize Pool & DPC Points

The Dota 2 Bali Major 2023 boasts a prize pool of $500,000 and 3,500 Pro Circuit points. The distribution of the prize pool and DPC points is as follows:

Place Prize Money DPC Points Teams
1st $200,000 600 Gaimin Gladiators
2nd $100,000 550 Team Liquid
3rd $75,000 500 Tundra Esports
4th $50,000 450 Quest Esports
5th-6th $25,000 400 PSG.LGD
7th-8th $12,500 300 Azure Ray
9th-12th - 0 Team Spirit
BetBoom Team
Shopify Rebellion
Team Aster
13th-14th - 0 Blacklist International
Bleed Esports
15th-16th - 0 Execration
17th-18th - 0 Invictus Gaming
Evil Geniuses

The DPC rankings determine which teams will be eligible for placement in The International 2023, with higher placements earning more DPC points. As such, teams will be vying for DPC points throughout the Dota 2 Bali Major 2023 to improve their chances of making it to the tournament.