Swedish Platform Epulze Announces Dota 2 Leagues

Swedish Platform Epulze Announces Dota 2 Leagues

Swedish esports platform Epulze runs fully automated Dota 2 tournaments with prize money, where any player on the internet can compete to win. They have recently announced the schedule for their Dota 2 leagues, which is set to begin in May.

The Dota 2 leagues gives rookie players a chance to train, and compete in an organized esports environment. The series will take place across seven regions in the world, and will host a prize pool of 24,000 USD, distributed across these regions. These regions are Europe, North America, South America, CIS, South East Asia, Middle East, Africa, and Australia.

This is a perfect opportunity for esports players to train in hopes of becoming pro esports players, and gives them a taste of what it’s like to compete for a large prize pool.

Registration for the regional leagues is open now, with qualifiers taking place on May 2nd-3rd.

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