DreamLeague Season 19 Teams: ESL FACEIT Group announces the teams competing- Today, ESL FACEIT Group (EFG) is excited to announce the teams competing in the event, taking place online on April 9-23, 2023. Check out the list of participating teams, and more information about the event below.
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ESL FACEIT Group announces DreamLeague Season 19 TEAMS
As part of the recently launched ESL Pro Tour for Dota 2, DreamLeague powered by Intel returns with a brand new format. Each season, 16 of the best teams from around the globe will compete online from their bootcamps in Europe for two weeks. At stake are a share of the $1,000,000 total prize pool per season and the chance to qualify directly for the Group Stage of Riyadh Masters at Gamers8.
The following teams are confirmed to compete in DreamLeague Season 19:
- Evil Geniuses
- Gaimin Gladiators
- Shopify Rebellion
- Talon Esports
- Team Aster
- Team Liquid
- Team Spirit
- Tundra Esports
The EPT for Dota 2 features seasons of DreamLeague powered by Intel, during which 16 of the world’s best teams will compete online for a total of two weeks. While the DreamLeague will be produced from EFG’s Stockholm Studios in Sweden, the participating teams will face off remotely from all around Europe.
Fans can watch DreamLeague Season 19 on the DreamLeague Twitch and the ESL Dota 2 YouTube channels and via dedicated broadcast partners. Keep reading us for future updates.
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