BeyondTheSummit to Host Eastern Europe DPC Online Qualifiers for Stockholm Major

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Valve has confirmed that it’ll be partnering with tournament organizer Beyond the Summit to host the upcoming Spring Tour for the Eastern European Dota Pro Circuit ahead of the Stockholm Major 2022. The news comes after the event was indefinitely postponed by Valve due to the ongoing Russian invasion of their western neighbours.

According to a Tweet by Valve, Beyond the Summit will be organizing a set of online qualifiers starting April 27th that will decide the three qualifying teams for the Stockholm Major in May 2022.

Beyond the Summit has later confirmed the format for the Eastern European DPC online qualifiers through a Tweet.

Starting April 27th, eight participating teams will compete in a double-elimination bracket, with the top two teams qualifying for the Stockholm Major. 

Teams that finish 3rd-6th will then compete in an additional bracket to determine the final team to qualify for the major.

Division I teams are set to compete from April 27th to May 2nd while Division II teams will compete at a later date.

The Stockholm Major 2022 is set to be the first Dota 2 major to allow a crowd in over two years since the COVID-19 outbreak. The event will kick off on May 12th and will continue till May 22nd, with the winner taking home a lion’s share of the whopping $500,000 USD prize pool.

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