Here are the ONE Esports Singapore DPC Major 2021 standings

The first LAN tournament in more than a year is finally here.

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The first Major of the 2021 Dota Pro Circuit is finally here, though it isn’t going to run exactly how Valve and PGL originally planned it it out when things begin on March 27.

With two teams having to withdraw from the event, several rosters playing with stand-ins, and time for more problems to pop up, the ONE Esports Singapore Major is giving fans a lot more than just matches to watch.

Prize pool

PGL already had to adjust the format because both beastcoast and Na’Vi had to opt out of the Major due to COVID-19 concerns, but so far, that has not impacted the prize pool. 

In total, the Major has a $500,000 prize pool and 2,700 DPC points are up for grabs, with the top team taking home $200,000 and 500 points. 

Format

The event will be split into three stages: the Wild Card round, group stage, and playoffs. Starting with the Wild Card stage, which runs March 27 to 28, three teams will move on to the group stage instead of the originally planned two. 

A total of seven teams will then advance from the group stage into the playoff to fill the void left by beastcoast, who was seeded into the playoffs as the winner of the South American Regional League. 

Three of those seven teams will qualify for the upper bracket, while the remaining four will be placed in the lower bracket. This means only one team that makes it into the group stage will actually be eliminated. 

The playoffs, which begin on March 30, will be a standard double-elimination bracket. All matches will be a best-of-three, up until the grand finals, which will be a best-of-five.

With all of that in mind, here are the standings for the ONE Esports Singapore Major, split up between each round. 

Standings

Final Standings

RankTeamPrizeDPC Points
1Invictus Gaming$200,000500
2Evil Geniuses$100,000450
3PSG.LGD$75,000400
4Team Secret$50,000350
T-5Neon Esports and Thunder Predator$25,000300
T-7Vici Gaming and Virtus.pro$12,500200
T-9Fnatic, Team Liquid, Team Aster, Quincy CrewN/AN/A
13AllianceN/AN/A
14AS Monaco GambitN/AN/A
15T1N/AN/A
16NigmaN/AN/A

Playoffs

  • Upper Bracket Round One
    • EG vs Fnatic: EG 2-0
    • IG vs Vici: IG 2-1
    • TP vs Secret: Secret 2-0
    • VP vs LGD: LGD 2-0
  • Lower Bracket Round One
    • VP vs QC: VP 2-1
    • TP vs Aster: TP 2-0
    • Vici vs Liquid: Vici 2-0
    • Fnatic vs Neon: Neon 2-1
  • Upper Bracket Round Two
    • EG vs IG: EG 2-0
    • Secret vs LGD: LGD 2-1
  • Lower Bracket Round Two
    • Vici vs Neon: Neon 2-1
    • VP vs TP: TP 2-0
  • Lower Bracket Round Three
    • Secret vs Neon: Secret 2-1
    • IG vs TP: IG 2-1
  • Upper Bracket Finals
    • EG vs LGD: EG 2-1
  • Lower Bracket Round Four
    • Secret vs IG: IG 2-0
  • Lower Bracker Finals
    • IG vs LGD: IG 2-1
  • Grand Finals
    • EG vs IG: IG 3-2

Group Stage

RankTeamSeriesGamesSeed
1Thunder Predator4-2-010-2Playoff Upper Bracket
2PSG.LGD3-3-09-3Playoff Upper Bracket
3Vici Gaming2-4-18-6Playoff Upper Bracket
4Quincy Crew2-3-27-7Playoff Lower Bracket
5Team Aster1-3-35-9Playoff Lower Bracket
6Neon Esports1-3-35-9Playoff Lower Bracket
7Team Liquid1-3-25-7Playoff Lower Bracket
8Alliance0-1-31-7Eliminated

Wild Card

RankTeamSeriesGamesSeed
1PSG.LGD4-1-7-1Group Stage
2Vici Gaming3-1-16-2Group Stage
3Team Liquid3-26-4Group Stage
4AS Monaco Gambit3-26-4Eliminated
5T11-42-8Eliminated
6Nigma0-1-31-9Eliminated