Dota Pro Circuit 2023: DPC Winter Tour scores, standings, and points

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The 2023 Dota Pro Circuit is officially underway, which means all of the newly formed, altered, or returning rosters are knee-deep in some of the most competitive Dota 2 matches of the year. With the start of the Winter Tour, all six major regions will see heated competition for a handful of coveted spots at the first South American Major in DPC history. 

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The Winter Tour will also be the first time Valve implements its updated DPC format, which splits up Division I and Division II brackets into separate schedules—giving teams in Division I more time to rest, bootcamp, and prepare for the Major if they qualify. But first, they have to prove they have what it takes to claim a spot at the Lima Major or at least claim some coveted DPC Points, while all of the teams in Division II work to move up for the Spring Tour. 

With that in mind, here is everything you need to know about the 2023 DPC’s Winter Tour, including its prize pool, format, schedule, standings, and all of the DPC Points up for grabs. 

Dota Pro Circuit 2023: Full DPC Winter Tour points, scores, and standings

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Even though Valve struck gold with the 2022 Dota 2 battle pass, the 2023 DPC’s prize pool structure has remained unchanged from the previous year. The only thing that has been updated is the schedule, which splits up the Division I and Division II matches into two separate three-week blocks, and DPC points payout.

Division I matches are already underway and will fully conclude by Feb. 3 for all six regions. This will conclude the Winter Tour for all of the top teams, finalizing who will be heading to the Lima Major.

Division II matches will pick up on Feb. 1 and run through Feb. 21—ensuring there will be no lack of competitive Dota right before the Major begins.

  • DPC Winter Tour Division I schedule 
    • Prize pool: $205,000 and 1,150 DPC Points
    • China: Jan. 5 to Feb. 3
    • EEU: Jan. 8 to 29
    • NA: Jan. 9 to 29
    • WEU: Jan. 9 to 29
    • SEA: Jan. 9 to 29
    • SA: Jan. 10 to 29
  • DPC Winter Tour Division II schedule
    • Prize pool: $75,000
    • China: Jan. 30 to Feb. 19
    • NA: Jan. 30 to Feb. 19
    • EEU: Jan. 31 to Feb. 19
    • SA: Jan. 31 to Feb. 19
    • SEA: Feb. 1 to 19
    • WEU: Feb. 1 to 21
  • DPC Winter Tour Lima Major schedule and invites
    • Dates: Feb. 22 to March 5
    • Western Europe: Four teams
    • China: Four teams
    • Eastern Europe: Three teams
    • Southeast Asia: Three teams
    • North America: Two teams
    • South America: Two teams

As always, the bottom two teams from Division I will drop into Division II, with the top two rosters from Division II moving up to replace them. Likewise, the bottom two teams from Division II will be relegated out of the regional league to let two new teams from an open qualifier compete. There are some instances where more spots open up in both divisions, but this is the base model every Tour follows. 

With all of that in mind, here are the full regional results for all six regions across both Division I and II—updated as the matches are completed and with finalized results bolded to show they are locked in.

Western Europe DPC Winter Tour Regional League Standings

Division I

RankTeamRecordSeedDPC PointsPrize
1Team Liquid7-0Lima Major invite300$30,000
2Gaimin Gladiators5-2Lima Major invite180$28,000
3Tundra Esports4-3Lima Major invite120$27,000
4Entity4-3Lima Major invite60$26,000
5OG3-3N/A30$25,000
6Nigma Galaxy2-4N/AN/A$24,000
7Into the Breach1-6Demoted to Division IIN/A$23,000
8Team Secret1-6Demoted to Division IIN/A$22,000

Division II

RankTeamRecordSeedDPC PointsPrize
1D2 Hustlers4-1Promoted to Division IN/A$17,000
2Aliance3-2Promoted to Division IN/A$16,000
3IVY3-1N/AN/A$15,000
4Monaspa3-2N/AN/A$11,000
5Ooredoo Thunders3-1N/AN/A$9,000
6Ancient Tribe1-4N/AN/A$7,000
7Water Rune Enjoyers1-3RelegatedN/AN/A
8Team Bald Reborn0-4RelegatedN/AN/A

China DPC Winter Tour Regional League Standings

Division I

RankTeamRecordSeedDPC PointsPrize
1PSG.LGD6-1Lima Major invite300$30,000
2Team Aster6-1Lima Major invite180$28,000
3Knights5-2Lima Major invite120$27,000
4EHOME4-3Lima Major invite60$26,000
5Xtreme Gaming4-3N/A30$25,000
6Invictus Gaming2-5N/AN/A$24,000
7Aster.Aries1-6Demoted to Division IIN/A$23,000
8Dawn Gaming0-7Demoted to Division IIN/A$22,000

Division II

RankTeamRecordSeedDPC PointsPrize
1LBZS3-0Promoted to Division IN/A$17,000
2Vici Gaming3-0Promoted to Division IN/A$16,000
3Meteor Gaming2-1N/AN/A$15,000
4Ybb Gaming2-0N/AN/A$11,000
5Outsiders from CN1-2N/AN/A$9,000
6Poke Gaming1-3N/AN/A$7,000
7Team Mystique1-3RelegatedN/AN/A
8Team Cloud0-4RelegatedN/AN/A

Eastern Europe DPC Winter Tour Regional League Standings

Division I

RankTeamRecordSeedDPC PointsPrize
1BetBoom Team7-0Lima Major invite300$30,000
2Team Spirit6-1Lima Major invite180$28,000
3HellRaisers5-2Lima Major invite120$27,000
4Virtus.pro4-3N/A60$26,000
5Darkside2-5N/A30$25,000
6One Move2-5N/AN/A$24,000
7Nemiga Gaming1-6Demoted to Division IIN/A$23,000
8Natus Vincere1-6Demoted to Division IIN/A$22,000

Division II

RankTeamRecordSeedDPC PointsPrize
1HYDRA5-0Promoted to Division IN/A$17,000
2RISE Esports3-1Promoted to Division IN/A$16,000
3Sigma.YNT3-2N/AN/A$15,000
4YNT3-2N/AN/A$11,000
5PuckChamp2-1N/AN/A$9,000
6X31-3N/AN/A$7,000
7cybercats0-4RelegatedN/AN/A
8HF0-4RelegatedN/AN/A

Southeast Asia DPC Winter Tour Regional League Standings

Division I

RankTeamRecordSeedDPC PointsPrize
1Execration6-1Lima Major invite300$30,000
2Geek Slate5-2Lima Major invite180$28,000
3Talon Esports4-3Lima Major invite120$27,000
4Blacklist International4-3N/A60$26,000
5Team SMG3-4N/A30$25,000
6Bleed Esports3-4N/AN/A$24,000
7BOOM Esports2-5Demoted to Division IIN/A$23,000
8Fnatic1-6Demoted to Division IIN/A$22,000

Division II

RankTeamRecordSeedDPC PointsPrize
1Army Geniuses4-0Promoted to Division IN/A$17,000
2Polaris Esports4-0Promoted to Division IN/A$16,000
3Myth Avenue Gaming3-2N/AN/A$15,000
4SPAWN Team3-2N/AN/A$11,000
5UD Vessuwan2-3N/AN/A$9,000
6Team Flow1-4N/AN/A$7,000
7XERXIA1-3RelegatedN/AN/A
8Atlantis0-4RelegatedN/AN/A

North America DPC Winter Tour Regional League Standings

Division I

RankTeamRecordSeedDPC PointsPrize
1TSM7-0Lima Major invite300$30,000
2Shopify Rebellion6-1Lima Major invite180$28,000
3nouns5-2N/A120$27,000
4Wildcard Gamong4-3N/A60$26,000
55RATFORCESTAFF3-4N/A30$25,000
6B82-5N/AN/A$24,000
7Thiuth Gaming1-6Demoted to Division IIN/A$23,000
8ALPHA0-7Demoted to Division IIN/A$22,000

Division II

RankTeamRecordSeedDPC PointsPrize
1CDUB Esports3-2Promoted to Division IN/A$17,000
2Felt3-1Promoted to Division IN/A$16,000
3Team Dogchamp3-0N/AN/A$15,000
4Another NA Team2-2N/AN/A$11,000
5Fart Studios2-2N/AN/A$9,000
6The Cut2-1N/AN/A$7,000
7Penguins Squad1-3RelegatedN/AN/A
8Eternity0-5RelegatedN/AN/A

South America DPC Winter Tour Regional League Standings

Division I

RankTeamRecordSeedDPC PointsPrize
1beastcoast7-0Lima Major invite300$30,000
2Evil Geniuses6-1Lima Major invite180$28,000
3Alliance.LATAM3-4N/A120$27,000
4Keyd Stars3-4N/A60$26,000
5Thunder Awaken3-4N/A30$25,000
6Infinity3-4N/AN/A$24,000
7Ravens2-5Demoted to Division IIN/A$23,000
8Infamous1-6Demoted to Division IIN/A$22,000

Division II

RankTeamRecordSeedDPC PointsPrize
1Balrogs3-1Promoted to Division IN/A$17,000
2Mad Kings3-2Promoted to Division IN/A$16,000
3No Runes3-1N/AN/A$15,000
4Qhali3-1N/AN/A$11,000
5Lava2-2N/AN/A$9,000
6Dreamers Esports1-3N/AN/A$7,000
7Paradox Esports1-3RelegatedN/AN/A
8Ukumari1-4RelegatedN/AN/A
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