Dota Pro Circuit 2022 Stockholm Major: Scores, standings, and results

Offline action returns, which means there is a lot to keep up with.
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Dota 2 fans, rejoice. The Dota Pro Circuit is back with an offline Major for the first time this season, bringing together many of the top teams from around the world in Sweden to compete for $500,000 and positioning for The International 11. 

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The Stockholm Major, which is set to run from May 12 to 22, features teams from five of the six DPC regions facing off—many for the first time as this is the first Valve-sponsored LAN tournament since TI10 last October. 

This Major will bring an end ot the Spring Tour of the 2022 DPC season, though various global situations led to Chinese teams missing the event, which led to Valve hosting a Regional Final again to bring a conclusive end to the Tour in the region. All six regions had to play an online Regional Final at the end of the Winter Tour in February due to a rise in concerns surrounding COVID at the start of the year. 

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Even without teams from China and multiple teams in attendance needing to play using stand-in players instead of their regular rosters due to a number of reasons, the Major will still showcase some of the best Dota players in the world playing at the highest level offline after a long break. 

Format and Prizing

Because the four Chinese teams that would have been invited to the Stockholm Major were unable to attend, the event format did shift slightly to accommodate a reduced roster of 14 teams. 

To start the event, the lineup of teams was split into two groups of seven, facilitating a round-robin Group Stage where every team within those groups will play every other team once in best-of-two series. The top four teams from each group will move on to make up the eight teams in the upper bracket of playoffs, while the fifth and sixth place teams will still advance to the playoffs via the lower bracket and the last place roster in each group will be eliminated at the end of the Group Stage. 

The playoffs will run from May 16 to 22, with the final three days being hosted at the Hovet Arena in front of a live audience. This portion of the event will be a standard double-elimination bracket with best-of-three series, up until the grand finals will swap to a best-of-five. 

In total, teams are competing for their share of $500,000 and 3,530 Pro Circuit points, with the top finishers likely clinching an invite TI11. Only the top eight teams will receive any prizing. 

Standings

Final Standings

PlaceTeamPrize
1OG$200,000 + 680 DPC points
2TSM$100,000 + 610 DPC points
3Tundra Esports$75,000 + 530 DPC points
4Gaimin Gladiators$50,000 + 460 DPC points
T-5beastcoast Thunder Awaken$25,000 + 385 DPC points
T-7BetBoom Team Fnatic$12,500 + 240 DPC points
T-9Team Spirit Team Liquid BOOM Esports T1N/A
13Evil GeniusesN/A
DQMind GamesN/A

Group Stage

Group A

RankTeamSeries (W/D/L)GamesSeed
1Tundra Esports5-1-011-1Playoff Upper Bracket
2OG3-1-27-5Playoff Upper Bracket
3BetBoom Team2-3-17-5Playoff Upper Bracket
4T12-2-26-6Playoff Upper Bracket
5BOOM Esports0-5-15-7Playoff Lower Bracket
6beastcoast0-4-24-8Playoff Lower Bracket
7Evil Geniuses0-2-42-10Eliminated

Group B

RankTeamSeries (W/D/L)GamesSeed
1Gaimin Gladiators3-2-18-4Playoff Upper Bracket
2Thunder Awaken2-3-17-5Playoff Upper Bracket
3Team Liquid3-1-27-5Playoff Upper Bracket
4Team Spirit3-1-27-5Playoff Upper Bracket
5TSM2-3-17-5Playoff Lower Bracket
6Fnatic2-2-26-6Playoff Lower Bracket
7Mind GamesDQ’dDQ’dEliminated

Playoffs

May 16

  • Upper bracket
    • Tundra 2 – 1 Spirit
    • TA 2 – 1 BB team
    • OG 0 – 2 TSM
    • GG 2-1 T1

May 17

  • Lower Bracket
    • Spirit 0 – 2 bc
    • BB Team 2 – 1 Liquid
    • OG 2 – 0 BOOM

May 18

  • Upper Bracket
    • Tundra 2 – 0 TA
    • TSM 2 – 0 GG
  • Lower Bracket
    • T1 1 – 2 Fnatic

May 20

  • Lower Bracket
    • bc 2 – 1 BB Team
    • OG 1 – 1 Fnatic

May 21

  • Upper Bracket Finals
    • Tundra 1 – 2 TSM
  • Lower Bracket
    • GG 2 – 0 bc
    • TA 0 – 2 OG
  • Lower Bracket Semi Finals
    • GG 0 – 2 OG

May 22

*Mind Games was disqualified from the Stockholm major due to ongoing visa issues.

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