Epic Esports Events Announces Dota 2 Champions League Season 4
The tournament operator Epic Esports Events with the support of the Russian Esports Federation will hold Dota 2 Champions League Season 4. The tournament will be held from September 18 to October 6, where teams will draw a prize pool of $50.000.
Dota 2 Champions League Season 4 participants:
- D2CL Season 3 Winner — V-Gaming;
- Fantastic Five;
- Nemiga Gaming;
- Winstrike Team;
- The Open Qualifier winners — Khan and qwerty.
The group stage matches will be played in the Round Robin system in the bo3 format.
The group stage participants with the highest number of points will advance to the playoff stage, where they will compete in Double Elimination bracket, in the bo3 format up to and including the semifinals. The final match will be played in the bo5 format.
Qualifier matches will be Single Elimination bo1 up to the semifinals, from then teams will play bo3.
The Dota 2 Champions League tournament series started on July 19. 5 championships will be organized with a total prize pool of $250.000. The Russian-language tournaments broadcast is conducted by the RuHub Studio, you can follow them on the studio's channel on Twitch and on VKontakte social network. Broadcasts in English are held on The EsportsBible (TEBTV) platform. Epic Esports Events has also furthered their partnership with GRID esports who remain as the exclusive data partner for each tournament in the series. GRID will continue using their technology to improve the viewing experience across the broadcasts.
GRID Esports GmbH, the leading provider of data solutions for the esports industry, leverages revolutionary technology to embrace data in the digital nature of competitive gaming and overcomes sports specific data challenges. Established in 2018 the company looks to solve data related challenges in esports and provide data services for monetization and fan engagement for tournament organisers & game publishers.
Russian Esports Federation (RESF) has been the official governing and representative body for esports in Russia since 2017. In more than 20 years the RESF has held more than 1000 esports tournaments throughout the country with more than 500 000 participants.
Besides developing and promoting esports, Russian Esports Federation participates in practical and scientific research and develops educational bases and programs for the industry.