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DreamLeague - season 3

  • Prize pool $149,582
  • Start date Jun 13, 2015
  • End date Jun 16, 2015

Prize pool - $149,582

1. $54,875 USD 4. $12,458 USD
2. $32,437 USD 5-6. $9,958 USD
3. $19,937 USD 7. $5,479 USD

Structure

Participating teams

  Virtus.pro   Natus Vincere
  Ninjas in Pyjamas   Alliance
  Burden United   Basically Unknown
  Vega Squadron   Team Empire

Main event

Group stage
  • Eight teams in a single group played in a round-robin format
  • Matches are played in best of two
  • Top 6 teams advance to the Playoffs
  • Status: Completed
Playoffs
  • Stage 1: Teams ranked 3rd to 6th in the League Play are seeded in a double-elimination bracket
  • Stage 2: The top two teams from the league are joined by the top two team from Stage 1 in a double-elimination bracket
  • All matches are played in best of three
  • Status: Completed

Location: Jönköping, Sweden  

Regional qualifiers

  • Playoffs:
    • Four Main Qualifiers played in a single-elimination bracket format
    • Eight teams in each Main Qualifier (4 invited and 4 qualified from the open qualifiers)
    • The top team of each Main Qualifier advance to the League Play

Tournaments

DreamLeague - season 3

Apr 6, 2015
Phase II - LAN Playoffs
Phase I - LAN Playoffs
Group - League play
Qualifier #4 - Main Qualifiers
Qualifier #3 - Main Qualifiers
Qualifier #2 - Main Qualifiers
Qualifier #1 - Main Qualifiers

News & Features

Virtus.Pro champions of DreamLeague 3

Virtus.Pro champions of DreamLeague 3

At the end of the last day of DreamHack Summer in Jönköping, Sweden Virtus.Pro were crowned the winners of Dream League Season 3 after an incendiary five out of five possible played games.

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A full day of DotA 2 at LAN finals of DreamLeague#3

A full day of DotA 2 at LAN finals of DreamLeague#3

First day of Dream League Season 3 at DreamHack Summer in Jönköping Sweden was quite a tense one as the rank three to six teams of the online league played in a double elimination bracket to settle which two were to move on to the second phase of the playoffs. 

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Basically Unknown to replace Empire at DreamLeague finals

Basically Unknown to replace Empire at DreamLeague finals

After they announced their disbandment last week, Basically Unknown decided to stay together for one more LAN event as now they are basically replacing Team Empire at DreamLeague Season 3 which will be held at DreamHack Summer, Jönköping, Sweden between June 13-16 .

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VP and Empire top DreamLeague regular season

VP and Empire top DreamLeague regular season

VP and Empire came on top of the online league stage of DreamLeague Season 3. They will now advance directly to the secondphase of the LAN Finals scheduled to start on June 13 and are now guaranteed a minimum prize money of $7,500.

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Dream League Season 3 takes a break for The Summit 3

Dream League Season 3 takes a break for The Summit 3

The Dream League Season 3 is a third of the way through and is going on a planned hiatus for a period of six days to avoid time clash with The Summit 3. From the results so far, Empire seems to have started hot whilst Na'Vi and Alliance are not doing as good.

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