The past year has been a big hassle when it comes to events, and for the esports scene, the effect is even more felt. This is the case for all big or small games. For juggernaut this is Valve Dota 2A new way of organizing events had to be found. The professional circle already has it It underwent some changes In terms of how fans view the games. However, there is no substitute for the real thing. Praise be to God first Dota 2 Longtime Pilot will start in sunny Singapore in March.
Regulated by PGL, the first Dota 2 The main professional tournament will take place from March 27th to April 4th. It will feature 18 teams from around the world who meet and battle Singapore in person. This is made possible through a partnership between PGL, ONE Esports and the Singapore Tourism Board.
Contestants can look forward to a prize pool of US $ 500,000 in Dota 2 Greater Singapore.
As for the teams, the Chinese and European teams get four slots each. The CIS and Southeast Asia get three points each. Finally, North and South America concludes the list with two locations each.
The announcement shares that Singapore is still a safe place to keep Dota 2 Greater Singapore. Just over 59,000 cases of COVID-19 have been reported in the country. Daily cases have not risen above 100 since September 2020.
However, this may just be a shot in the arm of the competition Dota 2 Landscape needs. Both The International and Dota Pro Circuit was canceled in 2020. Valve isn’t seemingly waiting for things to kick in in 2021. Maybe this will be another glorious dawn of a competitive MOBA competition.
Valve isn’t the only person facing this struggle. Ubisoft faced similar problems with Rainbow Six Sage. The Six Invitational 2021 has been postponed to an uncertain date.