China, Eastern Europe, and North American Divisions meets their regional champion for the first tour of 2021 – 2022 Dota Pro Circuit
Previously, after having the Winter Major cancelled – Valve announced that instead of a large LAN tournament held to feature all teams across the world – the last time a gathering of this scale was hosted was during The International 11 where Team Spirit took the crown. Valve has announced that regional finals would be hosted instead.
Just like the other Valve-organized tournament, the regional finals would award DPC points and prize winning to each teams. The participants are the top-4 teams in all Tier 1 division, with there being six regions as a whole. The award system are as follows:
- Champion: $50,000 USD & 250 DPC Points
- Runner-up: $25,000 USD & 150 DPC Points
- 3rd place: $15,000 USD
- 4th place: $10,000 USD
The winners of the North American Regional Finals is TSM. The winners of the China Regional Finals is PSG.LGD, and the winners of the Eastern Europe Regional Finals is Team Spirit, the crowning The International 11 champions.
Furthermore, Valve has announced that the new gameplay patch 7.31 will be released on the Wednesday following the conclusion of the regional finals to be played in China, North America, and Eastern Europe.