The International 11 is the biggest and the most important tournament of the year. For the first time in Dota 2 history, the TI will be held in Southeast Asia and will feature a total of 30 teams playing in a new format. 12 teams earned their spot at TI11 via Dota Pro Circuit points and will be joined in Singapore by six regional qualifiers winners. Additionally, for the first time ever, TI11 will host a Last Chance qualifier round featuring the 2nd and 3rd placed teams in each of the regional qualifiers.
Regional qualifiers September 3-17
Format: All teams that participated in the 3rd Tour of the 2022 DPC and haven’t earned enough points for a direct invite at TI11 are seeded in a double elimination bracket based on their DPC point total followed by their standing in the final tour of the regional league. One team per region qualifies for TI11.
Last Chance qualifiers: October 8-12
Format: The 2nd and 3rd placed teams in each regional qualifier will travel to Singapore to play on LAN for the final two slots at The International 11
Group stage: October 15-18
20 teams divided into two group of ten will fight for a pot into the playoffs
Playoffs: October 20 - 23, 2 & October 29 - 30