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Dota Pro Circuit Standings Ahead of Epicenter Major

The International 2019 prize pool

The Epicenter Major kicks off this weekend with the group stage and it will be the final Major of the current Dota Pro Circuit season. This makes the Epicenter Major of the utmost importance for teams who are looking to qualify for The International 2019 as the top 12 teams on the log will secure their spot at the biggest esports even of the year, while others will have to make their way through the gruelling open and regional qualifiers.

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Eight teams have already secured their spot at The International 2019 thanks to their performance during the Dota Pro Circuit season. However, the final four teams have not been completely set in stone yet as there is a chance that some lower teams can earn a direct invite if they do well during the Epicenter Major.

Below, you can see the top 20 teams in the current Dota Pro Circuit season, as most of the lower teams can’t get a direct invite anymore, except for Royal Never Give Up, a team sitting at 29th on the DPC log but has qualified for the Epicenter Major and Infamous, who is sitting at 31st place. Further, you might notice that Team Liquid’s points look a bit lower than expect. Liquid took a 20% penalty for dropping Matumbaman from their roster. Check out the top 20 standings below:

  1. Team Secret – 14250
  2. Virtus.pro – 11400
  3. Evil Geniuses – 6750
  4. Vici Gaming – 6300
  5. PSG.LGD – 4140
  6. Fnatic – 3525
  7. Team Liquid – 2820
  8. Ninjas in Pyjamas – 2590
  9. Keen Gaming –  1140
  10. OG – 948
  11. TNC Predator – 696
  12. EHOME – 629.6
  13. J.Storm – 576
  14. Alliance – 379
  15. Chaos Esports Club – 288
  16. Mineski – 286
  17. Gambit Esports – 228
  18. Forward Gaming – 154.88
  19. Complexity Gaming – 153.11
  20. paiN Gaming – 150

Keep in mind that some of the teams in these standings can’t direclty qualify for The International 2019 anymore since they are not part of the Epicenter Major. These teams include Complexity, Mineski, J.Storm and Chaos Esports Club.

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Which teams do you think will get those direct invites to The International 2019 thanks to the final Dota Pro Circuit standings after the Epicenter Major finishes up? Let us know in the comment section below.

Sillicur

Co-Editor at Glitched Africa
Wessel is Glitched Africa's Resident Afrikaans Guy (RAG) with a passion for all things esports, cats and gaming in general. Dota 2 addict, Dark Souls veteran and all around geek.
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