SEA and Americas representatives at TI10 to go for a final test at BTS Pro Series Season 7
Beyond The Summit returns with the seventh instalment of the BTS Pro Series featuring Southeast Asia, North and South America teams battling ahead of TI10.
BTS Pro Series Season 7 has a $100,000 prize pool to offer, split between two major regions. Southeast Asia and Americas. SEA teams will be first to duke it out for a share of the $50,000 offered for their region. The competition starts this week, on July 27 and will run until August 15 with a total of 10 teams directly invited to the event.
BTS Pro Series S7 Southeast Asia: July 27- August 15
TI10 attendees T1 and Fnatic are headlining Southeast Asia invites and will be joined in the playoffs stage by Motivate.Trust, the previous season winners, and Team SMG who have just placed third at PNXBET Invitationals Southeast Asia Season 2 after being bested by Motivate.Trust in the lower bracket finals.
Eight squads will start the tournament from the group stage. Six of them got invites to this leg of the competition while two more have joined via an open qualifier gauntlet. OB.Neon and Execration who fell just short of a TI ticket this year after both made Major appearances in the Dota Pro Circuit got an invite to the groups as well as tier two teams 496 Gaming, Galaxy Racer, Lilgun and Army of Geniuses. Motivate.Viper Gaming and Team D are the two open qualifiers winners who made the cut for the group play which is set to begin tomorrow, July 27.
BTS Pro Series Season 7 Americas: August 4-22
An equal number of teams from South and North America will be featured in the Americas tournament. Coming from SA, both beastcoast and SG e-sports have been invited straight to the playoffs along with Undying, the NA qualified team for TI10 and 4 Zoomers who will be looking to deliver a final upset this season.
BTS Pro Series previous edition was held for the same two major regions. In Southeast Asia, Motivate.Trust claimed the championship title while Undying emerged champions of the Americas leg after defeating 4 Zoomers 3-1 in the grand finals.
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