DotA 2 Predictions For EPICENTER Moscow
DotA 2 betting is an exciting online gambling activity where you can earn money, build a community of gamers, and get rich. But you can only achieve this if you have a vast knowledge of the most important competitions coming your way. You can only make accurate DotA 2 predictions if you know about this prestigious event: EPICENTER Moscow.
Details of the Tournament
The last Dota Pro Circuit event of the season is coming to Russia as the EPICENTER Moscow 2019. The tournament is scheduled for June 22 to 30, and it will officially close the 2018-19 competitive season. In total, it will be the second Major event for EPICENTER and the third Major held in Europe, succeeding the currently on-going DreamLeague 11 Stockholm Major and the upcoming MDL Disneyland Paris Major.
The event features a $1,000,000 prize pool and 15,000 DPC points for The International 2019, so it’s one of the biggest events you can manipulate your DotA 2 betting predictions on. The qualifiers soon takes off, and the final stage will be held at the CSKA Ice Palace, previously known as the VTB Ice Palace. The group stage and double elimination playoff system leading to that takes place from June 22 to 23 to finalize the upper and lower bracket teams, while the Playoffs begin on June 24 in a studio format.
The tournament features 16 of the world’s best pro Dota 2 teams. Winners then compete for the $350,000 first prize. Completing the available slots are fifteen teams from the open and closed qualifiers in Europe (3), CIS (3), China (3), Southeast Asia (2), North America (2), and South America (2). The last spot is reserved for the winner of the previous and most recent Minor from this year’s DPC season.
The final tournament dates and formats of the EPICENTER Major open qualifiers will be announced on April 2, right after the conclusion of the qualifiers for the fourth Major in DPC 2018-2019 season. Meanwhile, the closed qualifiers takes place on May 15 to 19. You still have enough time to make DotA 2 predictions for the favored teams and the underdogs.
Possible Teams Competing
From the current global rankings, it was established that Virtus.Pro and Team Secret are the top teams in the Dota 2 leaderboard. Team Liquid remains under observation as the team usually dominates EPICENTER championships before they lost the 2018 grand finals to PSG.LGD. Virtus.Pro and Team Secret are already locked for The International 2019, and other dominating teams who want to secure their spots will be added to the list after the on-going DreamLeague Major. You must have a keen observation when watching these teams before you make your DotA 2 betting predictions.