Dota 2 Bali Major live updates: Full schedule, scores, and standings

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With The International 2023 approaching, the Dota 2 competitive season is getting close to a wrap. The Bali Major will be the last Valve Major event on the calendar until TI, making it the final ground for teams looking to directly qualify for the title’s biggest annual battle.

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The most talented Dota 2 teams from around the world will be gathering in Bali, Indonesia and the stakes are higher than compared to the last Majors; Bali’s prize pool features the highest amount of DPC points in the season, and securing a clutch placement here could allow a team to squeeze into the invitee list for TI12.

Dota 2 Bali Major live updates: Full schedule, scores, and standings

Dota 2 Bali Major tournament format overview

  • 18 teams will be separated into two groups of nine.
  • Teams play against each other in a single round-robin format.
    • All group stage matches are best of two.
    • The top four seeded teams from each group will advance to the upper bracket of the playoffs.
    • Fifth and sixth-place teams will start the playoff in the lower bracket while the remaining teams will be eliminated.
  • The group stage will start on June 29 and end on July 3.
  • Playoffs will begin on July 5 and end on July 9.

Dota 2 Bali Major prize pool and DPC points payout

Teams will be competing for a $500,000 prize pool and 3,500 DPC points at the Bali Major. That is a noticeable increase from the Lima and Berlin Majors since the DPC points rewards increase as the season progresses.

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To earn prize money or DPC points, participating Dota 2 teams will have to at least finish seventh in the event. This is a chance for certain teams to almost guarantee a spot at TI12 depending on how many points they have already collected over the year.

Dota 2 Bali Major full main event results and live match scores

PlacementTeamPrize
FirstGaimin Gladiators$200,000 + 600 DPC Points
SecondTeam Liquid$100,000 + 550 DPC Points
ThirdTundra Esports$75,000 + 500 DPC Points
FourthQuest Esports$50,000 + 450 DPC Points
FifthPSG.LGD, 9Pandas$25,000 + 400 DPC Points
SeventhAzure Ray, beastcoast$12,500 + 300 DPC Points
NinthTeam Spirit, BetBoom Team, Shopify Rebellion, Team AsterN/A
13thBlacklist International, Bleed EsportsN/A
15thExecration, nounsN/A
17thInvictus Gaming, Evil GeniusesN/A

Dota 2 Bali Major playoffs scores and schedule

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Saturday, July 8

  • 12:45am CT: Quest Esports 2-0 PSG.LGD
    • Lower Bracket Quarterfinal
  • 8:30am CT: Tundra Esports 0-2 Gaimin Gladiators
    • Upper Bracket Final
  • 12:15pm CT: Team Liquid 2-1 Quest Esports
    • Lower Bracket Semifinal
  • 11pm CT: Tundra Esports 0-2 Team Liquid
    • Lower Bracket Final

Sunday, July 9

  • 3am CT: Gaimin Gladiators 3-1 Team Liquid
    • Grand Final

Tuesday, July 4

  • 9pm CT: Liquid 2-1 PSG.LGD
    • Upper Bracket Quarterfinal

Wednesday, July 5

  • 12:45am CT: Team BetBoom 0-2 Tundra Esports
    • Upper Bracket Quarterfinal
  • 8:30am CT: beastcoast 1-2 Gaimin Gladiators
    • Upper Bracket Quarterfinal
  • 12:15pm CT: Quest Esports 2-1 Team Aster
    • Upper Bracket Quarterfinal
  • 9pm CT: PSG.LGD 2-1 Team Spirit
    • Lower Bracket Round One

Thursday, July 6

  • 12:45am CT: BetBoom Team 1-2 Azure Ray
    • Lower Bracket Round One
  • 8:30am CT: beastcoast 2-1 Shopify Rebellion
    • Lower Bracket Round One
  • 12:15pm CT: Aster 1-2 9Pandas
    • Lower Bracket Round One
  • 9pm CT: PSG.LGD 2-1 Azure Ray
    • Lower Bracket Round Two

Friday, July 7

  • 12:45am CT: beastcoast 1-2 9Pandas
    • Lower Bracket Round Two
  • 8:30am CT: Team Liquid 0-2 Tundra Esports
    • Upper Bracket Semifinal
  • 12:15pm CT: Gaimin Gladiators 2-1 Quest Esports
    • Upper Bracket Semifinal
  • 9pm CT: Team Liquid 2-1 9Pandas
    • Lower Bracket Quarterfinal

Dota 2 Bali Major full group stage scores and standings

Group A

PlacementTeam NameMatch Record (W/D/L)Seed
1stTeam Liquid4-4-0Upper Bracket
2ndbeastcoast2-6-0Upper Bracket
3rdTundra Esports2-6-0Upper Bracket
4thTeam Aster4-2-2Upper Bracket
5thTeam Spirit2-5-1Lower Bracket
6thBlacklist International1-4-3Lower Bracket
7thShopify Rebellion1-4-3Eliminated
8thExecration0-5-3Eliminated
9thInvictus Gaming1-2-5Eliminated

Group B

PlacementTeam NameMatch Record (W/D/L)Seed
1stQuest Esports5-2-1Upper Bracket
2ndBetBoom Team4-2-2Upper Bracket
3rdGaimin Gladiators3-4-1Upper Bracket
4thPSG.LGD3-4-1Upper Bracket
5th9Pandas3-2-3Lower Bracket
6thAzure Ray2-3-3Lower Bracket
7thBleed Esports2-3-3Eliminated
8thnouns1-3-4Eliminated
9thEvil Geniuses0-3-5Eliminated

Dota 2 Bali Major schedule and where to watch

The Dota 2 Bali Major will be officially streamed by Epulze in English. Spanish streaming details are yet to be announced, and BTSBrasilTV will have Dota 2 fans covered for coverage in Portuguese.

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If there doesn’t seem to be official coverage for your preferred language, you can check out community streamers and casters who might also decide to cover the top Dota 2 event alongside the official broadcasts.

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