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TI23 Qualifiers Results

The Dota 2 community eagerly awaited the results of the TI 2023 qualifiers, which would determine the teams that would earn the coveted opportunity to compete on the grandest stage of them all. This year’s format saw the top 12 teams with the highest Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) points receiving direct invitations to TI 2023. However, the qualifiers remained the last chance for many hopefuls to secure a spot at the tournament.

The stakes were high, as each region battled it out for the limited number of TI slots. In an exciting turn of events, several seasoned legends faced the bitter taste of disappointment, while new talent emerged to claim their place on the international stage.

Here is a rundown of the qualified teams from each region:

ChinaAzure Ray: The Chinese Dota scene continues to produce top-tier talent, and Azure Ray secured their place at TI 2023 through sheer determination and skill.

North AmericaNouns: Nouns proved their worth in the North American qualifiers, earning the solitary slot available for the region.

South AmericaKeyd Stars and Thunder Awaken: South America boasted two TI slots, and Keyd Stars and Thunder Awaken seized the opportunity to represent their region on the international stage.

Western EuropeEntity and Quest Esport: Western Europe showcased its strength with two available slots, and Entity and Quest Esport emerged as the top contenders.

Eastern EuropeVirtus Pro: Virtus Pro’s consistent performance earned them the Eastern European slot, solidifying their spot at TI.

South East AsiaTeam SMG: Team SMG demonstrated their prowess in the South East Asian qualifiers, securing their place at TI 2023.

While the excitement of welcoming these new contenders to TI was palpable, the qualifiers also marked the end of an era for some Dota 2 legends. Notably, Secret.Puppey, a fixture in TIs since their inception, would miss out on this year’s tournament. Last year’s second-place finishers, Nigma.Kuroky, also faced disappointment for the second time in a row.

Another legendary figure, Dendi of B8, would also miss the chance to compete at TI. These departures signal the changing of the guard in the Dota 2 competitive scene. As new talent rises, seasoned players like Puppey, Kuroky, and Dendi will have to reevaluate their strategies and aspirations for the future.

The TI 2023 qualifiers showcased the evolving landscape of Dota 2 esports, with new players, organizations, and leagues making their mark. As these fresh faces prepare to take the stage at TI, fans around the world can look forward to witnessing the clash of old and new, marking the dawn of a new era in Dota 2.

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