TI10 EU Qualifier: Playoffs Schedule and Other Details

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The International 10 (TI10) Europe (EU) Qualifier is looming, as fans prepare for another period of (hopefully) thrilling Dota 2 action.

On 7th July, 2021, the EU qualifier will get underway, lasting four days until 10th July, when the best team will move on to the greatest Dota 2 stage, The International.

Here is a look at the 14 teams competing, the format, and the schedule of the TI10 EU qualifier.


The International 10 (TI10) Europe (EU) Qualifier is looming, as fans prepare for another period of (hopefully) thrilling Dota 2 action. The bar has been set extremely high after SEA proved to be an epic spectacle for fans. On 7th July, 2021, the EU qualifier will get underway, lasting four days until 10th July, when the best team will move on to the greatest Dota 2 stage, The International. With Alliance and Team Secret having already directly qualified for TI10, we will have the remaining 14 teams that competed in the Upper and the Lower Division of the second DPC season, participating in the qualifier.

Here is a look at the 14 teams, the format, and the schedule of the TI10 EU qualifier.

TI10 EU Qualifier: Playoffs Team List and Schedule

Team List (Seeds)

  1. Team Nigma

  2. Team Liquid

  3. Tundra Esports

  4. OG

  5. Vikin.gg

  6. Brame

  7. Spider Pigzs

  8. Hellbear Smashers

  9. Ghost Frogs

  10. Team Bald Reborn

  11. Into The Breach

  12. No Bounty Hunter

  13. Chicken Fighters

  14. Hippomaniacs

Format

  • Double-elimination bracket.

  • All series except for the Grand Finals are BO3s.

  • BO5 Grand Finals.

Schedule (All times are in SGT)

The first day will see six series, the second day eight, the third day four, and the fourth and final day two.

Where to watch

Beyond the Summit has been entrusted with organizing the TI10 EU Qualifier. During the first two days, 7th and 8th July, two series will be played at once, so two streams will be running concurrently. You can watch the EU qualifier games on these Twitch links for Beyond the Summit.

The talent crew for the TI10 EU Qualifier games is yet to be announced.

The TI10 EU Qualifier will likely attract the most viewers due to the presence of former TI winners, Team Nigma and OG. The two giants of the game are likely to face fierce competition from teams such as Team Liquid, Tundra Esports, Vikin.gg and Brame. In the end, only one prevails and gets to play at TI.

It is only time that will tell, so don’t miss Beyond the Summit’s broadcasts from 7th July, 2021, for some spicy Dota 2 action.

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