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Nanyang Championships

  • Prize pool US$220,183
  • Start date 7 Sep 2015
  • End date 2 Nov 2015

Prize pool - $220,183

1. $105,688 USD 4. $17,615 USD
2. $52,844 USD 5. $8,807 USD
3. $26,422 USD 6. $8,807 USD

Structure

Participating teams

  Team Secret   Vici Gaming
  EHOME   Team Liquid
CIS Virtus.pro   CDEC Gaming
North America Digital Chaos   LGD Gaming

Main event

Group stage
  • Two Round-robin format groups (5 teams each)
  • All matches are Bo2
  • Top two teams from each group advance to the upper bracket of Playoffs
  • 3rd and 4th placed teams go to the lower bracket of the Playoffs
  • Last placed teams are eliminated
  • Status: Completed
Playoffs
  • Double-elimination bracket
  • First two rounds of lower bracket are played in Bo1
  • Other matches are Bo3 except the Grand Final which is Bo5
  • Status: Completed

Location: Singapore, Singapore  

Regional qualifiers

Europe, Americas, SEA
  • Playoffs:
    • Double-elimination bracket (8 teams)
    • First two rounds of lower bracket are played in Bo1
    • Other matches are Bo3 except Final match which is Bo5
    • Only winner of the bracket qualifies for the Main event
China
  • Group Stage:
    • Two Round-robin format groups (5 teams each)
    • All matches are Bo1
    • Top two teams from each group advance to the Playoffs
  • Playoffs:
    • Double-elimination bracket (8 teams)
    • First two rounds of lower bracket are played in Bo1
    • Other matches are Bo3 except Final match which is Bo5
    • Only winner of the bracket qualifies for the Main event

Tournaments

Nanyang Championships - Tiebreaker

27 Oct 2015

Nanyang Championships

26 Oct 2015
Playoffs - Playoffs
Group A - Group Stage
Group B - Group Stage

Nanyang Qualifier - China Group

15 Sep 2015
Group A - Group Stage
Group B - Group Stage

Nanyang Qualifier

7 Sep 2015
China - Qualifier
Europe - Qualifier
SEA - Qualifier
North America - Qualifier

News & Features

Nanyang Championships: Opportunities for players and regions alike

It’s hard to keep up with all the events going on in the Dota 2 scene especially now that they have announced a “four major annual tournaments” style of format to complement the International, the biggest tournament of 2015 held in the summer with a total prize pool of around $18m. Alongside these towering tournaments are a few notable ones who warrant your attention, especially when it turns out to be one of the largest Dota2 tournaments to be held in South East Asia.

Dota 2 GosuGamers
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