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Dota 2 fans, listen up! The Lima Major 2023 is finally here, and it's set to be a legendary event. Not only is it the first Major of the 2023 Dota Pro Circuit season, but it's also the first South American DPC Major in history. The tournament will kickstart the 2023 DPC Winter Tour and follow the same format as previous Dota Majors, paving the way to The International 2023.
Better still, with 1,900 Pro Circuit Points and a whopping $500,000 prize pool on the line, you can bet your bottom dollar that the competition will be fierce as the top Dota teams from around the world duke it out for the top spot. So, mark your calendars! Here's everything to know about the Dota Lima Major 2023, including how to watch the stream, schedule, tournament format, teams competing, and more!
How To Watch Dota Lima Major Stream
The Dota 2 Lima Major 2023 will go live on the official Epulze Twitch channel, which we have embedded below for your convenience.
In addition, the tournament organizers will also simulcast the games on their official YouTube channel. Apart from watching the live stream on the official Twitch and YouTube channels, fans can also spectate games live from the "Watch" section of the Dota 2 game client.
Dota Lima Major 2023 - Schedule & Tickets
The Lima Major 2023 will comprise a Group Stage, running from 22 February to 26 February 2023, and Playoffs, running from 28 February to 5 March 2023. The tournament will take place at Arena 1 in Lima, Peru, with tickets available for sale via Joinnus. Eighteen teams will be participating in the tournament, four teams each from Western Europe and China, three teams each from Southeast Asia and Eastern Europe, and two teams each from North America and South America.
Dota Lima Major Format
The Group Stage of the Dota Lima Major will be divided into two groups of nine teams each, and all matches will be played in a single round-robin format. All games are BO2, and the top four teams from each group will advance to the Upper Bracket of the Playoffs. The fifth and sixth-place teams from each group will go to the Lower Bracket. The remaining teams will be eliminated. The Playoffs will be played in a double-elimination bracket format; all matches will be played as BO3 except for the Grand Final, which will be played as BO5.
All Teams Competing At Dota Lima Major
The teams qualified for the Dota 2 Lima Major 2023 are:
- Team Liquid (Western Europe)
- Gaimin Gladiators (Western Europe)
- Tundra Esports(Western Europe)
- Entity (Western Europe)
- BetBoom Team (Eastern Europe)
- Team Spirit (Eastern Europe)
- HellRaisers (Eastern Europe)
- Team Aster (China)
- Knights (China)
- PSG.LGD (China)
- EHOME (China)
- Execration (SEA)
- Geek Slate (SEA)
- Talon Esports (SEA)
- Shopify Rebellion (North America)
- TSM (North America)
- Evil Geniuses (South America)
- Beast Coast (South America)
Note: We will update this list as more teams qualify.
Dota Lima Major 2023 - Prize Pool and DPC Points
The distribution of prize monies and Pro Circuit points for the Lima Major 2023 are indicated below.
- 1st - $200,000 and 400 DPC Points
- 2nd - $100,000 and 350 DPC Points
- 3rd - $75,000 and 300 DPC Points
- 4th - $50,000 and 250 DPC Points
- 5th to 6th - $25,000 and 200 DPC Points
- 7th to 8th - $12,500 and 100 DPC Points
- 9th to 18th - $0 and 0 DPC Points
That's everything to know about the Dota Lima Major 2023. Don't miss this chance to witness some of the best Dota 2 action live! Get ready to cheer on your favorite team as they fight for the title of champion in Peru.