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Geek Slate and Talon are the final SEA teams to qualify for Lima Major
Geek Slate secured a spot at the Lima Major after a three-hour series. Meanwhile Talon edged Blacklist out in a tiebreaker.
Whitemon points out the abundance of late games in SEA DPC
In a post-match interview, TSM’s Whitemon mentioned the difference between SEA and NA region’s game lengths. We dug into the numbers and the facts are pretty shocking.
DPC SEA 2023 Tour 1: Division I – schedule, preview, full details
New players enter the field. Geek Fam returns. Are you ready for another chaotic roller coaster ride of SEA DPC Dota?
Blacklist International parent enters Dota 2 by acquiring RSG’s slot in SEA Division I
Tier One Entertainment might be building a Filipino superstar Dota 2 team under Blacklist International for the next DPC season!
Arlington Major at stakes for Talon and RSG
Division II champions Talon Esports and RSG face off once again to potentially secure a spot at Arlington Major.
BOOM Esports destroys T1 with Mushi as stand-in
BOOM’s captain, skem was unable to play in one of the biggest series in SEA DPC. But Mushi filled in his shoes and helped destroy T1 2-0, moving closer to the Arlington Major.
Fnatic devastates Polaris Esports 30 – 1, delivering the fastest game in SEA DPC
After dropping a series to SMG, Fnatic is back with vengeance. Unfortunately, Polaris Esports takes the full brunt of it and will fall down to Division II.
Talon.Sophy: “I’m very proud of SEA. I love SEA so much. I would do anything to see the region flourish.”
Talon Sophy talks to Esports.gg about how her sanity playing Dota 2, her love of SEA, and how she deals with the highs and lows of supporting Talon on the DPC.
RSG claims a convincing 2-0 against Team SMG
RSG, another former SEA Division II team, showed Team SMG up with an outstanding 2-0 affirming the threat they could pose to current Division I teams.
Battle of the undefeated: Fnatic annihilates Talon Esports in SEA DPC
Fnatic did not come to play.