Stay in the loop with Dota 2's latest buzz!

Team Liquid qualifies for TI 2023

Team Liquid has qualified for The International 2023, the most important annual tournament in Dota 2, after accumulating 1500 DPC points. The team secured their spot by being among the top twelve teams with the highest number of DPC points at the end of the third tour, which concluded on July 9th.

The International 2023 will feature 18 teams from around the world, with 12 teams qualifying based on their DPC points and the remaining six teams determined through regional qualifiers. All teams that participated in the third tour of the regional leagues were eligible to compete in the regional qualifiers, provided that they did not replace more than two players from their third tour’s roster.

Team Liquid, which had a shaky start in the ESL Berlin Dota 2 Major, managed to reach the grand finals, only to be defeated by Gaimin Gladiators, who won 3-1 in a best-of-five series. Despite the loss, Team Liquid had accumulated enough DPC points to secure their spot in The International 2023.

The team has a long history of success in Dota 2 and has won numerous championships over the years. They are considered one of the strongest teams in the game, and their qualification for The International 2023 is no surprise.

Dota 2 fans around the world are eagerly anticipating The International 2023, which will take place in Seattle, Washington, in October. The event is expected to be the biggest and most exciting tournament in the history of Dota 2, with some of the best teams from around the world competing for the Aegis of Champions.

Top 12 teams as of right now are:

1Team Liquid1500
2Gaimin Gladiators1240
3Talon Esports1020
4Evil Geniuses970
8Shopify Rebellion670
9Tundra Esports660
11Team Spirit520
12BetBoom Team460