After four huge days, we have our champions - @invgaming!
Thanks for watching #DotaSummit 11 and following us along the journey. Shoutout to all the players, team staff, talent, admins and BTS production for opening the DPC 2019/20 season with a bang! See you soon!
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Invictus Gaming are the Dota Summit 11 champions following their win over the newly signed Chaos Esports Club roster in 3-0 fashion.
Not only have iG claimed $72,000 and 140 Pro Circuit Points, but they are automatically qualified for the MDL Chengdu Major this weekend through Summit's status as a DPC Minor.
Virtus.pro withdrew from the Dota Summit 11 tournament in favour of debuting their new lineup at ESL One Hamburg last month. TNC Predator were the eventual winners of the event while VP progressed through the Lower Bracket before falling in Round 2 to Alliance.
Unfortunately, three-time Dota Summit winners @virtuspro will not be attending the Dota Summit 11 in November. We are working with Team jfshfh178 to hopefully secure them visas on time for our DPC Minor as VP's replacement.— Beyond the Summit (@BeyondTheSummit) October 17, 2019
VP's Statement: https://t.co/eNi6EysGZO
The MDL Chengdu Major's Group Stage begins on 16th November and will run until the grand final on 24th November.
There is a total prize pool of $1,000,000 and 15,000 in Pro Circuit Points on the line, with the winners taking home $300,000 and 4,850 Points.
In the absence of the likes of Team Secret, OG and PSG.LGD, many teams will be seeking to claim the top spot and secure points to kick off the season as the race to The International 2020 begins.