The 2nd phase of the occasion will have plenty of skilled players.

The moment Dota 2 fans have been awaiting given that early 2020 has actually lastly gotten here. The Dota Pro Circuit is back in complete swing, with all 6 major regions filling out the lineup each of the regional leagues that will begin competitors on Jan. 18.

Four groups from each area got direct invites to the upper department of their private regional league, with the remaining four slots being decided through a mix of open and closed qualifiers.

These qualifiers will result in two various divisions, each with 8 teams being completed before the DPC local leagues kickoff. And every area beyond The United States and Canada is running their qualifiers the exact same way, with the entire lower department being made up of teams that either simply could not make it in the closed qualifiers, or fought their method through the open qualifiers.

For fans who desire to stay up to date with all of the teams that are fighting for an area in the lower department of their areas for a chance to move up in season 2, here are all of the regional results.

NA is the only department that has a way for groups to receive the closed qualifiers through open qualifiers, implying a 3rd and fourth round of open qualifiers will be held to complete the lower department roster.