Dota 2 The International 2023:

Dota 2 The International

It’s a Battle Between Western Europe and South America  *Or could an underdog from Eastern Europe, Southeast Asia, China, or North America snatch the crown?


The International 2023 Dota 2 tournament is looming, and all eyes are on Western Europe and South America. But might we be in for a surprise from another region?

Pole Position for Western Europe and South America

The TI 2023 regional qualifiers will determine eight teams that will join the 12 teams directly invited to compete for the Aegis of Champions in Seattle in October. This year, Western Europe and South America are in the lead, each securing two tickets to TI 2023. Meanwhile, Eastern Europe, Southeast Asia, China, and North America will have to make do with just one slot. But one ticket more doesn’t guarantee victory.

For the full list of teams in each regional qualifier, click here.

The Race for the Aegis of Champions Kicks Off

From August 17th to 31st, six regions will face off in the 2023 Dota Pro Circuit (DPC), vying for a spot at The International 2023. With Western Europe and South America competing in the final phase from August 27th to 31st, it’s going to be a nail-biter.

Tune In for the Action

E-sports fans, fear not! PGL will be broadcasting all the games on their official Twitch channel. Plus, community members can also get in on the streaming action, as long as they play by the rules.

Major tournaments like The International (Dota 2) have brought in some of the highest prize money. As a reminder, in 2021, it was more than $40 million. We’re curious to see how much it is this year. Which team will travel to Seattle and duke it out for the ultimate prize? Will it be a squad from Western Europe or South America? Or will an underdog reign supreme? Only time will tell.

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