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DreamLeague Season 11 to be Third DPC Major

Chelsea Jack  | 
DreamHack - organizer the popular video game festivals of the same name - announced CORSAIR DreamLeague Season 11, aka the Stockholm Major.

DreamHack - organizer the popular video game festivals of the same name - announced CORSAIR DreamLeague Season 11, aka the Stockholm Major.

At the beginning of finals day for DreamLeague Season 10, DreamHack – organizer the popular video game festivals of the same name – announced CORSAIR DreamLeague Season 11, aka the Stockholm Major. Hosted in Sweden, it will be third Major on the Dota 2 Pro Circuit (DPC) Season. The tournament will have a prize pool of $1,000,000 (USD) and 15,000 DPC points.

The tournament will run March 14-24, with three days in the Annexet arena. Tickets will be available for sale later in November through the Dreamhack website.

DreamLeague has traditionally run playoffs either in the DreamHack Stockholm Studios without an audience as was done with Seasons 9 and 10 or the playoffs have taken place as part one of the DreamHack festivals. These festivals have included bring-your-own-computer play, tournaments for multiple esports titles, exhibitor space, music and more as well as the Dota 2 tournament playoffs. DreamLeague Season 11 will be the first time DreamHack hosts a Dota 2 event at an arena independent of a DreamHack festival.

This event will be the sixth tournament of ten on the DPC schedule. The Minor associated with DreamLeague Season 11 had not been announced at the time of publication.

The DPC schedule is currently:

DreamLeague Season 10 wrapping up on November 4

Kuala Lumpur Major, November 9-18

The Bucharest Minor, January 9-13, 2019

Unannounced Second DPC Major, late January 2019

Unannounced Third DPC Minor, early March 2019

DreamLeague Season 11 / The Stockholm Major, March 14-24

Unannounced Fourth DPC Minor, late April 2019

Unannounced Fourth DPC Major, early May 2019

Unannounced Fifth DPC Minor, mid-June 2019

Unannounced Fifth DPC Major, late June 2019.

Chelsea Jack
Chelsea Jack
Chelsea is the managing editor of Hotspawn. Chelsea's days are full of esports, books, and raising two video game enthusiasts. She's passionate about storytelling and community.