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ESL One Los Angeles 2020

Are you ready to go to Hollywood this March? No, we aren’t referring to an award show or a Celebrity Boxing event.  We are talking about the highly anticipated third major of the Dota Pro Circuit’s 2019/20 season, ESL One Los Angeles 2020. The upcoming ESL-organized tournament will emancipate from the Shrine Auditorium located in the city of Los Angeles. It will kick off on 15th March and wrap up on 22nd March, ensuring a week full of excitement and thrilling Dota 2 games.

Looking Back

In the world of esports betting, The Dota Major Championship is very popular. This Dota event refers to a championship series that was launched by Valve in 2015. It was a major part of plans to improve the competitive Dota 2 landscape.

A New Tradition: Major Championships (Year 2015 to 2016)

This new Major Championship circuit became a new tradition as an annual event.  Third-party organizers host the Dota Major Tournaments at different locations worldwide, increasing fan-team engagement. The Frankfurt Major was the firstDota Major Championship Event that featured $3,000,000 as the fixed prize pool. ESL hosted the event in Frankfurt, Germany, at Festhalle Messe.

A Revision: Major Championships (Year 2016 to 2017)

The previously four Major Championships were revised to only three in 2016. The first Major was held in Boston, retaining the Eaglesong trophy. On the other hand, in April 2017, the Kiev Major was held and retained the "Winter" trophy (Shanghai Major). The International 2017 is the final major of  2016/2017 season hosted.

Competitive Season (Year 2017 to 2018)

Valve announced in July 2017 that major changes happened to the event via the Major Championship circuit. Major Championships now follows The International 2017 with third-party tournaments to receive Valve sponsorship at $500,000 USD to the prize pool. Competing in Minor and Major Championships award qualifying points to Dota players, served as the only criteria for The International 2018 invitations.

Qualifiers:

ESL One Los Angeles 2020 will feature 16 teams participating in high stakes bouts. 15 of the 16 teams will be determined with the help of regional qualifiers. Every region will be represented by at least 2 teams. The 16th and final slot is reserved for the winning team of DPC Minor.

Format:

16 teams will be divided into groups of 4 for the Group Stage that will follow a GSL format. All group stage matches will be best of 3. After all is said and done, the top 2 teams from each group will advance into the Upper Bracket of the Playoffs and the teams resting at the bottom 2 spots will be moved to the Lower Bracket.

A double-elimination format will be followed in the Playoffs. Except for the initial round of the Lower Bracket (that will feature best of 1 matches), every other match in the Playoffs will be a best of 3. The Grand Final will pit the two best performing teams in a grueling best of 5 battle.

The Winner:

Winner of ESL One Los Angeles 2020 will receive $300,000. The teams that end up being the first and second runner ups will be rewarded $160,000 and $110,000 respectively for their efforts. All the other teams will also be provided with monetary compensation based on their positions on the points table.

How to Watch?

If you happen to be in or close to LA during March, you are recommended to attend the tournament live during the Arena days (20-22nd March) by purchasing the tickets from the official website of ESL. Group stage matches shall take place backstage.

You will also be able to stream ESL One Los Angeles 2020 live. The official YouTube channel of ESL Dota 2, along with a couple of channels on Twitch, will probably be streaming the tournament live.

Recent Update: ESL One Los Angeles 2020

Hours after ESL contemplated the removal of live audiences, Valve, and the tournament organizer have confirmed that the event has been canceled.

Because of the travel suspension placed by the United States government, this decision was made. This suspension limits the entry of foreign nationals from European countries 14 days before the scheduled arrival to the country.

The recent travel restrictions due to the pandemic COVID-19 or coronavirus situation made significant changes in the Dota 2 Major of the most-awaited ESL One Los Angeles 2020. ESL is closely working with Valve to figure out the next schedule and venue of the Major. Also, ESL is currently working with venue and ticketing companies to give their refund for the tickets purchased.

ESL One Los Angeles 2020

Are you ready to go to Hollywood this March? No, we aren’t referring to an Award show or a Celebrity Boxing event.  We are talking about the highly anticipated third major of the Dota Pro Circuit’s 2019/20 season, ESL One Los Angeles 2020. The upcoming ESL-organized tournament will emancipate from the Shrine Auditorium located in the city of Los Angeles. It will kick off on 15th March and wrap up on 22nd March, ensuring a week full of excitement and thrilling Dota 2 games.

Qualifiers:

ESL One Los Angeles 2020 will feature 16 teams participating in high stakes bouts. 15 of the 16 teams will be determined with the help of regional qualifiers. Every region will be represented by at least 2 teams. The 16th and final slot is reserved for the winning team of DPC Minor.

Format:

16 teams will be divided into groups of 4 for the Group Stage that will follow a GSL format. All group stage matches will be best of 3. After all is said and done, the top 2 teams from each group will advance into the Upper Bracket of the Playoffs and the teams resting at the bottom 2 spots will be moved to the Lower Bracket. 

A double elimination format will be followed in the Playoffs. Except for the initial round of the Lower Bracket (that will feature best of 1 matches), every other match in the Playoffs will be a best of 3. The Grand Final will pit the two best performing teams in a grueling best of 5 battle.

The Winner:

Winner of ESL One Los Angeles 2020 will receive $300,000. The teams that end up being the first and second runner ups will be rewarded $160,000 and $110,000 respectively for their efforts. All the other teams will also be provided with monetary compensation based on their positions on the points table.

How to Watch? 

If you happen to be in or close to LA during March, you are recommended to attend the tournament live during the Arena days (20-22nd March) by purchasing the tickets from the official website of ESL. Group stage matches shall take place backstage.

You will also be able to stream ESL One Los Angeles 2020 live. The official YouTube channel of ESL Dota 2, along with a couple of channels on Twitch, will probably be streaming the tournament live.


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