AMD Sapphire Dota 2 Minor
[COVID-19 Update] On 16 March, VALVE announced that they canceled the AMD Sapphire Dota 2 Minor, due to the coronavirus (COVID-19).
The latest Dota 2 event is coming back to Split, Croatia. In April, we’ll see eight teams fighting to be the champions of AMD Sapphire Dota Pit Minor 2020. Dota Pit is a traditional series of tournaments in Croatia, organized by One Game Agency. AMD and OGA will hold this new competition from 23 to 26 April 2020.
AMD Sapphire Dota Pit Minor will determine the last participant team of EPICENTER 2020. The major in Moscow will give all teams one of the last chances to get DPC points and win an invite to The International 2020. Find out all the information about Dota 2 DPC Season 2019⁄2020 in our article.
- Location: Split, Croatia
- PrizePool: $300,000
- Pro Circuit Points: 660
- Participant Teams: 8
- Organizer: One Game Agency
- Start: 04/23/2020
- End: 04/26/2020
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The prize pool of the AMD Sapphire Dota Pit Minor 2020 amounts to $300,000 and a further 660 DPC points. The money and points will be divided among all teams as follows.
|Place||$ USD||Seed||DPC Points||Team|
|place 5 to 8|
There are eight teams in each DPC 2019⁄2020 Minors. AMD Sapphire is no exception. The organizers will give six slots for all regions and two additional slots to the selected regions.
- North America
- Southeast Asia
- South America
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- Two groups (4 teams) with GSL format
- All matches are Bo3
- The best two teams from each group advance to the Playoffs
- Other teams are eliminated from the tournament
- Double Elimination Bracket
- All matches are Bo3
- Grand Final is Bo5
Follow your favorite team with DMarket. Here is a link to the twitch channel OGA Dota Pit.
The second major tournament in DPC 2019⁄2020 Season was: Dreamleague Season 13 The Leipzig Major. What’s happened there with all favorite teams and what do we expect at the next competitions? All the answers are in our Dreamleague Season 13 Overview.