DPC Tour 3: South America results (partial)

For South America, Tour 3 of Dota Pro Circuit 2023 is going according to plan. What we saw in... Radu M. | 23. May 2023

For South America, Tour 3 of Dota Pro Circuit 2023 is going according to plan. What we saw in Tour 1 and Tour 2 is exactly what we’re seeing now. And the reason is not hard to understand. The top two teams are so strong that nobody can compete against them.

In every Tour, the top two places are occupied by them and the league winner is decided by the result of their direct match. In Tour 3, that match will be the last of the Tour. So far, beastcoast has won Tour 1 and Tour 2. But internationally, Evil Geniuses have played a lot better.

EG finished the Lima Major fifth-sixth and ESL One Berlin Major fourth. At DreamLeague S19, they finished seventh. Meanwhile, beastcoast did not get any points at the Majors. But they did finish sixth at DreamLeague S19.

Partial results

Both beastcoast and Evil Geniuses have played three matches so far. And they won all of them, as was expected. Beastcoast defeated Infamous, Hokori, and Infinity. EG managed to beat Balrogs, Thunder, and Infamous.

For Balrogs and Infinity, it seems that Division I is a bit too strong. We still need to see what they can do against some of the other opponents that they need to play against, but so far they got completely crushed. And among the teams that haven’t played them yet are beastcoast and EG.

Apart from the top two teams in the league, Thunder Awaken are also doing quite well at the moment. In their first four matches, they won three times. The problem, however, is that South America only has two available spots for the Bali Major. This means that without victories against EG and beastcoast, the odds of qualifying are slim.

This is a tough region to be in. Famous esports organizations, such as Alliance, learned this the hard way and ended up having to disband their newly created teams.

Below the three teams that currently have three victories each, everyone is struggling. A total of five teams have either zero wins or just one win. So it’s quite difficult to predict what will happen next. All we know is that Mad Kings and Balrogs come from Division II, so they are probably weaker than most of the other competitors.

Over the next two weeks, we will find out the winner and the runner-up.

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