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Alliance, Nigma and more through to DreamLeague Season 13 Upper Bracket playoffs

The group stage for the second Major of the 2019/20 Dota Pro Circuit has concluded, with eight teams through to both Upper and Lower Brackets of the playoffs.
The 16 teams in Dota 2’s DreamLeague Season 13: The Leipzig Major have determined the playoff brackets confirmed following the end of a two day group stage brawl.

Group B was the first to finish, with Team Secret and Vici Gaming confirming their Upper Bracket playoff places.

South American qualifier winning team beastcoast and the North American winner Chaos Esports Club will need to fight through the Lower Bracket for their chance to stay in the tournament.

Fellow NA qualifier winner Evil Geniuses clashed with Team Liquid in Group D, with Natus Vincere already set for the Upper Bracket and paiN Gaming in the Lower Bracket. Evil Geniuses were able to triumph over Liquid in a third game lasting almost an hour and join Na’Vi in the Upper Bracket.

Group C saw the Liquid players former organisation Alliance also battle for an Upper Bracket start to the playoffs against Reality Rift. A solid start for Alliance saw them go into the second map with the upper hand and convert it into a strong 2-0 win.

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They joined Invictus Gaming in the Upper Bracket, with Reality Rift alongside Virtus.pro in the Lower Bracket.

WePlay! Bukavel Minor winners Nigma claim the first top spot in Group A, leaving TNC Predator in the Lower Bracket as Fnatic and Team Aster fought for the second Upper Bracket spot. Fnatic were able to repeat their earlier group stage performance and 2-0 Aster once again.

The Leipzig Major continues on 21st January, with the Upper Bracket matches starting the day before the high-stakes Lower Bracket begins later.

All of the action can be found across DreamLeague’s official Twitch channels.