DOTA 2 The International 11: Check out the 18 teams that have qualified for the largest DOTA 2 TI11 – The eleventh annual edition of the largest DOTA 2 tournament is going to be hosted in Singapore this year. The International 11 will host 20 teams from around the world. They will compete against each other for the Aegis of Champions as well as the lion’s share of the largest esports prize pool.
Till now, 18 teams have qualified for the tournament. The final two will be decided through a Last Chance Qualifier event. Let us check out the teams that have made it here.
DOTA 2 The International 11: Qualified Teams
Out of the 20 teams, the first 12 in TI11 are selected through their ranking via the DPC (DOTA Pro Circuit) Points. Points are earned by teams according to their performances in regional and international tournaments in the calendar year.
- Team Spirit
- Team Aster
- Thunder Awaken
- BOOM Esports
- Tundra Esports
- Gaimin Gladiators
- Evil Geniuses
— Wykrhm Reddy (@wykrhm) September 18, 2022
Apart from these 12, 6 teams are selected via the Regional Qualifiers. In TI11, these 6 teams are:
- Soniqs – North America
- Hokori – South America
- Entity Gaming- Western Europe
- BetBoom Team – Eastern Europe
- Royal Never Give Up – China
- Talon Esports – Southeast Asia
As mentioned earlier, the final two teams will be selected from the Last Chance Qualifiers. The teams that earned second and third place spots in the Regional Qualifiers will participate in this event. Out of the 12 regional teams, only 2 will qualify for TI11.
They say that success is not a destination, but the friends you make, the lessons you’ve learned, and the journey along the way, but honestly…
WHO THE FUCK CARES. We’re going to #TI11!!!!
— Entity – Road To #TI11 (@EntityEUROPE) September 17, 2022
One of the key moments of note is that Entity is an Indian esports organization headquartered in Mumbai. The organization had fielded rosters in PUBG Mobile, CS: GO, and other games in India.
Its success on the international stage (representing Western Europe in DOTA 2 with that region’s roster) might help the org to expand more successfully. And who knows, we might see it reentering the Indian esports scene and help flourish it.
Stay tuned for more such latest updates regarding DOTA 2 and the upcoming DOTA 2 TI11 event.