The most competitive division of the Dota Pro Circuit has been completed. Europe was dominated by Team Secret, but Alliance and Team Nigma could still upset the $500,000 Major in March.
Europe is the world’s most dynamic Dota region. The Upper Division alone contains a dozen former TI winners. Although the EU Dota region divides at 5,000 the same pot as the other regions, reputation is priceless.
Dota Pro Circuit EU final standings
- Team Secret – (7-0)
- Alliance – (5-2)
- Team Nigma – (4-3)
- Team Liquid – (3-4)
- OG – (3-4)
- Tundra Esports – (3-4)
- Vikin.gg – (2-5)
- High Coast Esports – (1-6)
Team Secret dominated the regular season of the DPC, finishing with a perfect 7-0 record. Secret was arguably the best team in the world in 2020 and the credibility has continued into the new year.
Rubick, Puck, Pangolier, and Void Spirit have codified the mobility-focused megame for their comfort.
The Partnership is just below Secret. The historic name continues to be the captain of TI3 Champion Gustav “s4” Magnusson. Stellar’s core play Nikolay “Nikobaby” Nikolov and Linus “Limmp” Blomdin earned the team a 5-2 record and an automatic entry to ONE Esports Singapore Major in March.
Four teams retained their slots in the Upper Tier, but they’re going to have to save their big hopes for the next 2021 DPC season. The final matchday featured a series of six matches to decide on the 4th to 6th spot. It shook Liquid, OG, then Tundra, but all teams will stay on board for the next season. Team Nigma rounds up the list.
High Coast Esports and Vikin.gg will be moved to the EU Lower Division for the next 2021 season. Both teams won the most packed Dota tournament logistically possible, and they’ll still get a fair share of the $205,000 prize pool.