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WESG 2019-2020 ONLINE QUALIFIERS DOTA 2
WESG 2019-11-11 03:30:20
2019-11-11 03:30:20
Dota 2 is one of the disciplines that WESG has been including every year since the foundation of the tournament. This year's Dota 2 Open Online qualifiers are scheduled from November 14 to December 8.

Dota 2 is one of the disciplines that WESG has been including every year since the foundation of the tournament. This year's Dota 2 Open Online qualifiers are scheduled from November 14 to December 8. Closed qualifiers are scheduled from November 25 to December 13. UCC will organize and host online qualifiers this year.

 

Attention! Further information describes only those regions’ qualifiers for which UCC is responsible.

 

WESG has dropped the single nationality restriction from its rules for this year’s event. Now teams are allowed to have up to two foreigners on their rosters. This means that only three players have to be the representatives of the country.

 

Dota 2 Online qualifiers are non-monetary. Participants will compete for the slot at WESG Grand Final.

 

Qualifiers’ Format

Online Open qualifiers with a Single Elimination bracket. Finals are Bo3.

Online Closed qualifiers with a Double Elimination bracket. Finals are Bo5.

Final qualifiers are played in Bo3.

 

Overall qualifiers

Dota 2 qualifiers necessarily include 2 Open qualifiers, according to the results of which the teams advance to the Closed qualifiers or Final qualifiers.

 

Open qualifiers Finals

Some regions do not have Closed qualifiers and 2 teams from the Open Online qualifiers advance to the Qualifiers Finals to compete for a slot at WESG Asia Pacific Final:

South Korea и MENA.

Participants from Chinese Taipei will advance to the  WESG China Final through Open qualifiers’ finals.

Participants from Africa will compete for the slot at the WESG Grand Final.

 

Closed qualifiers

The number of teams that qualify for Closed qualifiers depends on the region.

In Closed qualifiers, teams from Open qualifiers and invited teams will compete for a slot at WESG Grand Final. The number of participating teams depends on the region.

Teams from the Asian Closed qualifiers advance to the WESG Asia Pacific Final.

 

Slots distribution per region:

South Asia — 2 teams from open qualifiers and 2 invited teams

West Asia — 2 teams from open qualifiers and 2 invited teams

CIS —  2 teams from open qualifiers and 2 invited teams

East EU — 2 teams from open qualifiers and 2 invited teams

North EU — 4 teams from open qualifiers and 4 invited teams

West EU+Central Europe+Iberia — 2 teams from open qualifiers and 2 invited teams

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