G-1 League, DSL and TI3 qualifier schedule clash fixed
G-1 League will proceed on the weekend of the 24th this month and Dota 2 Super League and TI3 qualifier have rescheduled to work around it. All the tournaments will now run separately so that viewers do not have tune into three streams at once.
Bound to go on air on the weekend of the 24th of May, Dota 2 Super League. G-1 League and Eastern qualifier of The International 3 were set for collision. NeoES.Orange, Invictus Gaming and DK trio had double obligation to either play on G-1 League or to play their DSL games while LGD.cn suffered a clash of G-1 League and The International 3 qualifier.
G-1 announced on their Weibo today that their plans to run the G-1 League finals on the 24th of May will proceed as usual with the support of Dota 2 Super League and Valve.
G-1 Champion League Season 5 LAN event takes place on 24, 25, 26 of this month at Shanghai HongWan Sports Center, 6 teams from East and West come together competing for the first international DOTA 2 tournament in 2013. Thanks for the support from DSL and TI3, so within these 3 days, 6 teams can focus on this particular tournament, we will do our best. G1 GO!
With that said, Dota 2 Super League has rescheduled their whole groupstage and skipped the G-1 weekend. The updated schedule is available here.
The International 3 Eastern qualifier on the other hand, will skip playdays on the 24th, 25th, 26th and 27th of May.
Fans can now relax and not have to tune into three streams at once on the particular date.