Date Published:

1:11 PM November 15, 2018

Date Updated:

4:27 PM November 15, 2018

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DOTA 2 Tournament Season 2018-2019 “The Kuala Lumpur Major”

KUALA LUMPUR MAJOR – The DOTA 2 Tournament Season 2018-2019 “The Kuala Lumpur Major” officially started.

Undeniably, thousands of people are hooked in playing the video game DOTA 2 around the world. Players come from different walks of life and some have even taken it to the next level from having it as a mere past time.

Some DOTA 2 players join international competitions just like “The Kuala Lumpur Major” which is the 6th overall Major of the PGL, a Romanian esports events organizer.

For the first Major of the 2018-2019 season, 16 teams from across the world will compete for the monetary reward of $1,000,000 USD.

Kuala Lumpur Major

According to Liquipedia, the 16 teams joining “The Kuala Lumpur Major” will also vie for the DPC points for the upcoming The International 2019.

The 16 teams that will compete to be the champion of the international DOTA 2 event come from Europe, China, North America, CIS, Southeast Asia, and South America.

  • 3 Teams from Europe
  • 3 Teams from China
  • 3 Teams from North America
  • 2 Teams from CIS
  • 2 Teams from Southeast Asia
  • 2 Teams from South America

The 16 teams of “The Kuala Lumpur Major” will be completed by the Dream League Season 10 champion. The following are the prizes that await the winners:

13th – 16th Places
Prize: $10,000 USD
DPC Points: 75

9th – 12th Places
Prize: $15,000 USD
DPC Points: 15

7th – 8th Places
Prize: $40,000 USD
DPC Points: 450

5th – 6th Places
Prize: $60,000 USD
DPC Points: 900

4th Place
Prize: $80,000 USD
DPC Points: 1,350

3rd Place
Prize: $100,000 USD
DPC Points: 2,100

2nd Place
Prize: $170,000 USD
DPC Points: 3,000

1st Place
Prize: $350,000 USD
DPC Points: 4,950

The DOTA 2 International Event had the competitions on Livestream. Undeniably, it is a wonderful treat to DOTA 2 fanatics.

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