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Dota 2 Gamers Without Borders: Teams, prize pool, schedule, format and how-to-watch

Everything you need to know about the Dota 2 Gamers Without Borders tournament.

There is no shortage of excellent Dota 2 esports tournaments to watch, and the Gamers Without Borders series of tournaments, in the name of charity, are definitely something to get excited about.

Here's everything you need to know about the Dota 2 Gamers Without Borders Tournament, including the charity prize pool, the teams, schedule, and how you can watch all the action.

 

About Dota 2 Gamers Without Borders

The Dota 2 Gamers Without Borders tournament is a charity event, with eight top teams competing. $3 million has already been donated with PUBG Mobile and Rainbow Six Siege tournaments.

Next up is the Dota 2 Gamers Without Borders tournament, with another $1.5 million going to charities in the fight against COVID-19.

 

 

Some great Dota 2 teams have accepted the invitation, and it will be exciting to see which team will come out on top.

 

 

OG is, of course, a favourite for many fans, but judging by recent results Virtus.Pro and Team Secret could easily win the tournament. 

 

Prize pool

The teams won't actually win anything in the Dota 2 Gamers Without Borders tournament. Instead, they will be able to choose which COVID-19 relief charity their winnings go to. 

 

 

Teams

All eight teams in the Dota 2 Gamers Without Borders charity tournament have been invited. The tournament features some of the top teams in the world, including the two-time TI champions, OG, as well as the likes of Team Secret, Virtus.Pro, and more.

 

 

Format

The Dota 2 Gamers Without Borders tournament won't feature a group stage. Instead, the tournament will start with the Quarter Finals, since it only runs for two days.

This means there won't be as many matches as Dota 2 fans are used to. The tournament will take place with a single-elimination format, with all matches, including the grand final, being best-of-three.

 

 

Schedule

The Dota 2 Gamers Without Borders charity tournament will run from 15th to 17th May 2020. Each day starts at 11:00 GMT+1.

Dota 2 gamers without borders schedule teams prize pool
The Gamers Without Borders schedule (Picture: GWB)

 

All match times are in CEST, which means you need to minus one hour for time in the UK.

 

How to watch Dota 2 Gamers Without Borders

There will be English and Russian streams for the Dota 2 Gamers Without Borders tournament.

 

 

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