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ESL One Berlin Major 2023 spectator's guide

John Dow
John Dow
Author CyberSport.io
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The Berlin Major 2023 will use a round-robin format for the group stage. Two groups of nine teams each will be formed from the participants. The format for all games is best-of-two. Top-4 clubs will proceed to the playoffs for the premier tier. The teams in fifth and sixth place will advance to the bottom portions of the grid. The tournament's remaining teams will be eliminated.

The second Major competition of the DPC 2023 ranking season, the ESL One Berlin Major 2023, will take place on April 26 of this year. For the Major championship, huge prize money, and the DPC points required to qualify for Valve's MOBA flagship event, The International 2023, the 18 top Dota 2 teams from six professional regions will compete. Below are the match times for Groups A and B as well as complete group stage information.

 

Schedule for the group stage of the 2023 ESL One Berlin Major


Four streams will be used to broadcast the games. Each of the two groups will have a total of 8 games on each game day. The games planned on April 30 will be an exception to this rule. The groups will then play four games against one another, with tiebreakers if necessary.

 

Group A, April 26:

  1. Evil Geniuses vs Gaimin Gladiators - 1pm EEST
  2. PSG.LGD vs Execration - 13:00 EEST
  3. Ex-HellRaisers vs TSM - 13:00 EEST
  4. BetBoom Team vs Team Aster - 13:00 EEST
  5. Team Liquid vs Team Aster - 15:30 EEST
  6. TSM vs BetBoom Team - 15:30 EEST
  7. PSG.LGD vs Gaimin Gladiators - 15:30 EEST
  8. Execration vs Evil Geniuses - 15:30 EEST

 

The matches between Evil Geniuses and Gaimin Gladiators, Team Liquid and Team Aster, and PSG are not to be missed by eSports and professional Dota 2 fans. Gladiators from LGD and Gaimin.

 

Group B, April 26:

  1. Tundra Esports vs Team Spirit - 18:15 EEST
  2. Talon Esports vs beastcoast - 18:15 EEST
  3. Shopify Rebellion vs Invictus Gaming - 18:15 EEST
  4. Team SMG vs OG - 18:15 EEST
  5. Xtreme Gaming vs OG - 20:45 EEST
  6. Team Spirit vs Shopify Rebellion - 20:45 EEST
  7. Invictus Gaming vs Tundra Esports - 20:45 EEST
  8. beastcoast vs Team SMG - 20:45 EEST

 

The first games in Group B between Invictus Gaming and Tundra Esports, Xtreme Gaming and OG, and Tundra Esports and Team Spirit are noteworthy.

 

ESL One Berlin Major 2023 spectator's guide

 

Group A, April 27:

  1. PSG.LGD vs Evil Geniuses - 1pm EEST
  2. Gaimin Gladiators vs BetBoom Team - 13:00 EEST
  3. Team Liquid vs ex-HellRaisers - 13:00 EEST
  4. Execration vs Team Aster - 13:00 EEST
  5. Team Liquid vs BetBoom Team - 15:30 EEST
  6. TSM vs Evil Geniuses - 15:30 EEST
  7. Ex-HellRaisers vs Team Aster - 15:30 EEST
  8. Execration vs Gaimin Gladiators - 15:30 EEST

 

PSG are worth seeing that day. Team Liquid, Evil Geniuses, LGD, and BetBoom Team are all competitors.

 

ESL One Berlin Major 2023 spectator's guide

 

Group B, 27 April:

  1. Xtreme Gamin vs Talon Esports - 6:15pm EEST
  2. Tundra Esports vs Shopify Rebellion - 18:15 EEST
  3. Team Spirit vs OG - 18:15 EEST
  4. Invictus Gaming vs Team SMG - 18:15 EEST
  5. beastcoast vs Shopify Rebellion - 20:45 EEST
  6. Talon Esports vs OG - 20:45 EEST
  7. Team Spirit vs Invictus Gaming - 20:45 EEST
  8. Xtreme Gaming vs Team SMG - 20:45 EEST

 

According to the Dota Pro Circuit 2023 structure, participants will battle for a total of $500,000 in prize money and 2,700 DPC points, which is 800 more than in the last Major event this season.

 

Below is a breakdown of prize money for the 2023 ESL One Berlin Major:

  1. 1st place - $200,000 - 500 DPC points
  2. 2nd place - $100,000 - 450 DPC Points
  3. 3 place - $75,000 - 400 DPC points
  4. 4 place - $50,000 - 350 DPC points
  5. 5-6 place - $25,000 - 300 DPC points
  6. 7-8 place - $12,500 - 200 DPC points

 

Earlier we made IEM Rio Major 2023 spectator's guide. IEM Rio will begin on Monday, April 17, and last for a week. On April 23, a best-of-five grand final will take place in front of the Jeunesse Arena. There will be a $250,000 prize pool at IEM Rio. The ultimate winner will get $100,000 and a trip to IEM Cologne, with the remaining prize money going to the teams according to their final results.

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