DreamLeague Season 20 live Dota 2 updates: Full schedule, scores, and standings

The theater of dreams is back.
Dota 2 DreamLeague Season 20 analyst panel.
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Dota Pro Circuit hasn’t been the lone attraction for the game’s fans in 2023. Valve’s pro league is accompanied by events like DreamLeague, which serve as the main qualification method for Riyadh Masters.

DreamLeague tournaments kicked off with Season 19 this year, and Gaimin Gladiators took home the first place prize of $300,000 and a seat at Riyadh Masters. The Season 20 iteration of the event returns with two qualification spots this time.

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Despite being an online event, teams participating in the event already relocated their players to Europe, making the tournament the ultimate practice ground ahead of The International 2023.

Sixteen teams are competing in DreamLeague Season 20 for a $1 million prize pool and two Riyadh Masters tickets. Since this isn’t a DPC event, there are no points to be claimed.

DreamLeague Season 20: Live Dota 2 scores and standings

PlaceTeamPrize
FirstGaimin Gladiators$300,000 + Riyadh Masters invite
SecondBetBoom Team$175,000 + Riyadh Masters invite
ThirdPSG.LGD$120,000
FourthTalon Esports$85,000
FifthTeam Spirit$52,500
SixthEvil Geniuses$47,500
Seventh9Pandas$42,500
EighthTeam Aster$37,500
Ninth Tundra Esports, beastcoast$25,000
11thTeam Secret, Shopify Rebellion$20,000
13thTSM, OG$15,000
15thTeam Liquid, Entity$10,000

Playoffs

Upper bracket finals: PSG.LGD vs. BetBoom: 2-0 BetBoom

Lower bracket semifinals: Gaimin vs. Talon: 2-1 Gaimin

Lower bracket finals: LGD vs Gaimin: 2-1 Gaimin

Grand finals: BetBoom vs Gaimin: 3-2 Gaimin

Group Stage Part Two

PlaceTeamRecord (W-L)
FirstPSG.LGD6-1
SecondBetBoom Team5-2
ThirdGaimin Gladiators5-2
FourthTalon Esports4-3
FifthTeam Spirit3-4
SixthEvil Geniuses3-4
Seventh9Pandas2-5
EighthTeam Aster0-7

Group Stage Part One

Group A

PlaceTeamRecord (W-L)
FirstPSG.LGD8-6
SecondTalon Esports8-6
ThirdTeam Spirit8-6
FourthEvil Geniuses7-7
FifthTundra Esports7-7
SixthTeam Secret7-7
SeventhTSM6-8
EighthTeam Liquid3-9

Group B

PlaceTeamRecord (W-L)
First9Pandas10-4
SecondBetBoom Team8-6
ThirdGaimin Gladiators8-6
FourthTeam Aster8-6
Fifthbeastcoast7-7
SixthShopify Rebellion6-8
SeventhOG6-8
EighthEntity3-11
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