DreamLeague powered by Intel® returns in September with Season 21

ESL FACEIT Group (EFG) today announced the 21st season of DreamLeague powered by Intel®. Building on ten years of Dota 2’s e-sports legacy, the new season of the oldest Dota 2 professional league will feature 12 of the best teams from around the world competing for a total prize pool of $1,000,000 from September 18-24.

With the teams once again assembled at training camps across Europe, the season will begin with the group stage with two groups of six teams and a two-legged series format. The top eight teams then move on to the best-of-3 double-elimination Playoffs, where the final two teams will meet in the best-of-5 Grand Final to ultimately claim the coveted title and the $300,000 first prize.

We are incredibly excited to continue the ESL Pro Tour journey for Dota 2 and bring the unprecedented online atmosphere of DreamLeague back to life this September. With season 21 being played in patch 7.34 and the last high-level competition before TI12, it promises to be an even more electrifying battle as teams will have the opportunity to gain additional tournament experience and hone their skills.

Shane Clarke, Director of Dota 2 Ecosystem at EFG

DreamLeague Season 21 is part of the ESL Pro Tour (EPT) for Dota 2 that was announced earlier this year and combines EFG’s Dota 2 tournaments to give players, fans and partners the opportunity to enjoy more Dota 2 competitions, with the best teams from different regions. In the first season of the exciting circuit, Gaimin Gladiators claimed victory in DreamLeague Seasons 19 and 20, while Team Spirit was crowned EPT champion following their victory in the Riyadh Masters at Gamers8.

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DreamLeague Season 21 will be streamed live on ESL Dota 2 Twitch and YouTube channels, and through dedicated streaming partners.

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