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Valve reveals DPC 2022/2023 schedule and dates, opens Major and DPC applications

Valve opened up a Major and Regional Leagues application process for Dota Pro Circuit 2022/2023. The company revealed a full schedule for the next competitive year. This information appeared on Dota 2 official website.

The key changes are separation between divisions in regional leagues and shortened leagues. If previously a tour would last for about 1.5 months, now it takes approximately 20 days.

The two divisions will play on separate dates, with div 2 running after the first one. DPC league winter Tour will no longer be split in half on holidays. Major dates also shifted, compared to DPC 2021/2022.

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DPC 2022/2023 Schedule

Winter Tour

  • Open Qualifiers: December 11-13, 2022
  • Closed Qualifiers: December 14-15, 2022
  • Division 1 Regional League Tournament: January 9-29, 2023
  • Division 2 Regional League Tournament: January 30 - February 19, 2023
  • Major Tournament: February 24 - March 5, 2023

Spring Tour

  • Open Qualifiers: March 13-15, 2023
  • Closed Qualifiers: March 16-22, 2023
  • Division 1 Regional League Tournament: March 13 - April 2, 2023
  • Division 2 Regional League Tournament: April 3-23, 2023
  • Major Tournament: April 28 - May 7, 2023

Summer Tour

  • Open Qualifiers: May 15-27, 2023
  • Closed Qualifiers: May 18-24, 2023
  • Division 1 Regional League Tournament: May 15 - June 4, 2023
  • Division 2 Regional League Tournament: June 5-25, 2023
  • Major Tournament: June 30 – July 9th, 2023

The tournament operators should provide Valve with all the information until August 24, 2022. After the following negotiations, they will sign contracts with TOs on September 30. The requirements include COVID protocols and safety measures and visa management.

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