OGA Dota pit minor set to return with $210k prize pool on May 2020

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The AMD SAPPHIRE Dota PIT Minor 2020 was supposed to be the eighth tournament by One Game Agency which was announced earlier in March but only a few days later it was cancelled in the on-slaughter of events for obvious Coronavirus concerns.

Dota 2 TV tickets were spotted in-game revealing the event has transitioned into an online tournament.

It’s unclear on how Valve plans to work it out on the already disrupted Dota Pro Circuit or The International 10 for that instance. Until then, alike many other organisers OGA has stepped onto the same train of putting out more and more online tournaments.

Although there’s no official word yet about the event but from the small sneak peek within the game, we can see OGA Dota PIT will have a regional format alike the ongoing WePlay! Pushka running for the teams of Europe and CIS region or the BTS Pro Series concluded yesterday which was for the teams of America and Southeast Asia.

AMD Sapphire OGA Dota PIT leagues will commence right from the start of the next month, 1st of May. Top teams from China to battle out for $60,000 while the topmost of Europe and CIS scene will brawl in for a lion’s share of $150,000 prize pool.

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