DOTA 2 DPC 2023 season has started - Details of the Major tournaments
We are off to a new year, and also off to the start of the 2023 DPC season. This season just began today with the DPC China 2023 Tour 1: Division I. And, the other regional Tours, such as the ones of Eastern Europe, Western Europe, North America, South America, and South-East Asia, will be beginning in a few more days from now.
Wykrhm Reddy, the unofficial Valve spokesperson who is one of the first to report on any updates in DOTA, has made a post on Twitter about the upcoming 2023 DPC Major tournaments that will be happening, and also the details of these.
In DOTA 2 DPC 2023 season, there will be three seasonal Major tours happening at different locations all around the world. These will be happening in three different countries: Peru, Germany, and Indonesia. Below is the list of the three Major tours:
- Winter Tour – Lima Major
- Spring Tour – Berlin Major
- Summer Tour – Bali Major
Different organizations will be tasked with the management of these three seasonal tours. The Winter Tour – Lima Major will be managed by 4D Esports, Sprint Tour – Berlin Major will be managed by ESL, and Summer Tour – Bali Major will be managed by IO Esports.
One special detail about the Winter Tour – Lima Major is that it will be the first DOTA 2 major to be organized in South America. And, it will also be the first 2023 DPC Major that will be happening this year. Then, the Berlin Major and Bali Major will follow with Spring Tour and Summer Tour respectively.
The Winter Tour will be commencing on January 10, 2023, with the Division I matches, and ending on February 22, 2023, with the last Division II game. Then, the Winter Tour – Lima Major will kick off on February 24, 2023, and that will go on till March 5, 2022.
Winter Tour Fandom - Supporters Club of DOTA 2 DPC 2023
To celebrate the fandom, the newly-added update also brings a new season of Supporters Club Bundles, and Fantasy play for the Winter Tour. Those who submit their content to be featured in any of the Supporters Club bundles will receive 50% of the total of their team’s bundle sales. Fans who support their teams will also get increasing amounts of content from their supporting teams based on the tier purchased. There are three different tiers: Bronze Tier, Silver Tier, and Gold Tier, and there are different rewards for all three types. Read more on that here.
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