Dota 2 Major canceled
Dota 2 Major canceled

The first Major of the Dota Pro Circuit 2021/2022 season will not take place.

Author: rand 1919
rand 1919
Freelance Esports Writer
14th Jan, 22·☕️ 2 min read


The first Major of the Dota Pro Circuit 2021/2022 season will not take place. The developers of Dota, Valve, announced this on Steam on January 12th.

Valve noted that the situation with the coronavirus does not allow gathering all the players in one place. The points earned for the regional stages will be awarded to the teams after their completion.

The first major of the 2021/2022 DPC season was supposed to take place in the winter. The exact dates of its holding, as well as the organizer of the tournament, have not been announced. The next championships are scheduled for spring and summer. Their participants will be determined based on the results of the second and third regional DPC tournaments.

OG Dota 2 roster support Tommy “Taiga” Le spoke about the cancellation of the first Dota Pro Circuit 2021/2022 Major. According to the player, he liked the formats of previous competitive seasons more. The Dota 2 player announced this on Twitter:

“The cancellation of a Major is very depressing, especially when it is announced at the end of a long season. I miss the old formats.”

Evil Geniuses team manager Peter Anders shared his opinion on the cancellation of the first Dota 2 Major in 2022. On twitter, he spoke about the problem in communication with Valve among players and managers, and also shared information about the request of company representatives not to contact public platforms if there are problems related to the Dota 2 esports scene.

How this will affect teams and players is yet to be seen.

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