Dota 2 BEAT Invitational™ Season 7 Announced!BEATInvitational
Welcome to Season 7 of the Dota 2 BEAT Invitational™! This hopes to be the largest yet. With a massive open qualifier hosted in part with FACEIT. Featuring a $20,000+ with prize pool sharing through potential cosmetic item sales. Make sure to catch all the action right here on Moonduck.tv
Confirmed invitees for Season 7:
- compLexity Gaming
- Digital Chaos
+ more Invites still TBD in coming weeks.
Open Qualifier Information
The open qualifiers ran through FACEIT begin on April 23rd with the rounds of 256 through 32, and continue the next day on April 24th with the rounds of 16 onwards. Round of 16 forward will be played as best of 3 matches. The top 4 teams advance directly into the group stage. For more information or to register head on over to FACEIT or follow @Dota2Canada on twitter .
The sponsors for Season 7 are SteelSeries, Soylent, Lootmarket, Twitch, VPGame, FACEIT and MSI, and we’d like to thank them for our support! Keep up to date on all the latest news by checking out dota2.ca.
Changes from previous seasons
The Dota 2 BEAT Invitational™ group format has changed based off of feedback from fans and competitors. We’re moving to a GSL style group format where there will be no ties. The playoffs will feature all 4 teams with top 2 going into the winners bracket and bottom two into the loser’s bracket. For Further details please check out dota2.ca/schedule for more information.
Check out all the action on the following channels!
- English – Moonduck TV
- Spanish – TBD
- Russian – TBD
- Portuguese – TBD
A Message from our Sponsors
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Loot Market is a marketplace for users to buy and sell DOTA items. Buyers can expect to pay less than anywhere else. Sellers can cash out their earnings.
G2A.COM is a digital marketplace offering activation codes for games, time cards, software and any other digital goods. The site is known for partnership with such recognizable gaming brands and individuals as: PayPal, Klei Entertainment, Gameforge, Symantec, Nordic Games, Cipsoft, Grinding Gear Games, PewDiePie, KSI, SivHD, Alodia Gosiengfiao and Liz Katz.
SteelSeries has fueled the gaming industry by creating innovative new products, designed specifically for eSports and passionate gamers everywhere.
FACEIT is the premier platform for gamers to compete on their favorite games. Powered by a number of proprietary features, including its fully automated tournament management system and the FACEIT Matchmaking algorithm, FACEIT allows gamers to easily play tournaments and leagues and get rewarded for their efforts and skills with virtual and real life prizes.
Founded in June 2011, Twitch is the world’s leading social video platform and community for gamers. Each month, more than 100 million community members gather to watch and talk about video games with more than 1.7 million broadcasters. Twitch’s live and video on demand platform caters to the entire video game industry, including game developers, publishers, media outlets, events, casual content creators, and the entire esports scene.
VPGame is a relatively new Dota 2 betting website which is also the biggest Chinese one to date. There are different types of matches to bet on, as well as handicap matches that help to prevent skewed odds. Additionally, item returns provide you with higher whole number returns, rather than rows of small value items. Check them out at www.vpgame.com