DOTA 2 Bali Tournaments Playoffs 2023, Qualified Teams, Schedule, Live Streaming, and More

7 months ago By AI Smith

The Bali Major 2023, the final Major of the 2023 Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) season, is set to take place in Bali, Indonesia. This highly anticipated tournament features intense Dota 2 action spread over five days, with matches broadcasted across four different streams. Aside from the $500K USD prize pool, teams are also competing for the majority share of the 3,500 DPC points available, aiming to secure a spot in The International 12 (TI12).

Schedule and Format

The Bali Major 2023 kicks off on June 29th and concludes on July 9th. The Group Stage, consisting of two groups, follows a single round-robin format with each series being a best-of-two (BO2) game. Unfortunately, the bottom three teams from both groups will be eliminated and will not proceed to the Playoffs.

Group Stage: Teams and Standings

The teams participating in the Bali Major 2023 Group Stage have been divided into two groups:

Group A

  • beastcoast (South America)
  • Blacklist International (Southeast Asia)
  • Execration (Southeast Asia)
  • Invictus Gaming (China)
  • Shopify Rebellion (North America)
  • Team Aster (China)
  • Team Liquid (Western Europe)
  • Team Spirit (Eastern Europe)
  • Tundra Esports (Western Europe)

Group B

  • 9Pandas (Eastern Europe)
  • Azure Ray (China)
  • BetBoom Team (Eastern Europe)
  • Bleed Esports (Southeast Asia)
  • Evil Geniuses (South America)
  • Gaimin Gladiators (Western Europe)
  • nouns (North America)
  • PSG.LGD (China)
  • Quest Esports (Western Europe)

To keep you updated, here are the latest results from the Group Stage:

Group A

Blacklist International [1] – [2] Shopify Rebellion

Group B

Azure Ray [0] – [1] Bleed Esports

Day-by-Day Schedule and Results

The Group Stage of the Bali Major 2023 spans from June 29th to July 3rd. Each day, 16 series will be played, except for Day 5, which features eight series along with possible tiebreakers.

Day 1 – June 29th

Group A

SR [1] – [1] Team Liquid

Tundra Esports [1] – [1] beastcoast

Team Spirit [1] – [1] Team Aster

Invictus Gaming [2] – [0] Execration

Group B

Bleed [0] – [2] Quest Esports

PSG.LGD [1] – [1] nouns

Evil Geniuses [0] – [2] Azure Ray

Gaimin Gladiators [2] – [0] 9Pandas

Day 2 – June 30th

Group A

Blacklist International [1] – [1] beastcoast

Tundra Esports [2] – [0] Shopify Rebellion

Invictus Gaming [0] – [2] Team Spirit

Execration [0] – [2] Team Liquid

Group B

BetBoom Team [2] – [0] nouns

PSG.LGD [1] – [1] Evil Geniuses

Gaimin Gladiators [1] – [1] Bleed Esports

9Pandas [2] – [0] Azure Ray

Day 3 – July 1st

Group A

Team Aster [0] – [2] beastcoast

Tundra Esports [2] – [0] Blacklist International

Execration [1] – [1] Shopify Rebellion

Team Liquid [2] – [0] Team Spirit

Group B

9P [2] – [0] Evil Geniuses

PSG.LGD [1] – [1] BetBoom Team

Azure Ray [0] – [2] Bleed Esports

Quest Esports [2] – [0] nouns

Day 4 – July 2nd

Group A

beastcoast [2] – [0] Invictus Gaming

Tundra Esports [1] – [1] Execration

Team Aster [2] – [0] Blacklist International

Team Spirit [2] – [0] Shopify Rebellion

Group B

Quest [2] – [0] BetBoom Team

PSG.LGD [2] – [0] 9Pandas

nouns [0] – [2] Gaimin Gladiators

Bleed Esports [1] – [1] Evil Geniuses

Day 5 – July 3rd

Group A

beastcoast [1] – [1] Team Liquid

Tundra Esports [1] – [1] Team Aster

Team Spirit [1] – [1] Execration

Invictus Gaming [0] – [2] Blacklist International

Group B

Bleed [0] – [2] 9Pandas

PSG.LGD [2] – [0] Quest Esports

nouns [0] – [2] Azure Ray

Gaimin Gladiators [0] – [2] BetBoom Team

Group Tiebreakers

Group A

Blacklist International [1] – [1] Shopify Rebellion

Group B:

Azure Ray vs. Bleed Esports (to be determined)

Bali Major 2023 Format

A total of eighteen teams compete in the Bali Major 2023. The distribution of slots is as follows: Western Europe (WEU) and China (CN) each have four seeds, Southeast Asia (SEA) and Eastern Europe (EEU) each have three seeds, while North America (NA) and South America (SA) each have two seeds. The teams are split into two groups of nine, where they play a BO2 series against each other in a round-robin setup.

The top four teams from each group advance to the upper bracket of the playoffs, while the 5th and 6th place teams from each group move to the lower bracket. Unfortunately, the bottom three teams from each group will be eliminated from the tournament.

Where to Watch Bali Major 2023 Group Stage Matches

Fans can catch the Bali Major 2023 Group Stage matches on the Epulze Gaming Twitch channel. Since multiple series will be happening simultaneously, you can tune into other Dota 2 Twitch channels to watch them all using the Squad streaming option on Twitch. If you miss the live matches, you can check out the videos-on-demand (VODs) on the Epulze Gaming YouTube channel.

Please note that from July 7th to 9th, the tournament will have a limited audience at the Champa Garden.

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The Bali Major 2023 is currently ongoing, and the Group Stage has been completed. The top four teams from each group have advanced to the playoffs, while the bottom three teams from each group have been eliminated from the tournament. The playoffs and the conclusion of the tournament are yet to take place.

For the latest updates on the Bali Major 2023, including the playoffs and the eventual champion, I recommend following official Dota 2 news sources, tournament organizers, and the official Dota 2 esports website. These platforms will provide you with the most up-to-date information on the tournament, including match schedules, results, and standings.

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