DreamLeague Major standings, bracket and streams

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Find DreamLeague Major standings, an updated bracket, latest scores and live stream information for the 2019 Dota 2 event in Stockholm.

Corsair DreamLeague Season 11, to give it its full title, is held at the Annexet in the Swedish capital from March 14 to March 24.

The DreamLeague Major 2019 will see 16 leading Dota 2 teams contest a prizepool of $1,000,000, with 15, Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) points up for grabs.

DreamLeague Major bracket

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This DreamLeague Major bracket will be updated throughout event.

The DreamLeague Major play-offs begin on March 16, with all 16 teams going through from the group stage, with eight teams in the upper bracket and eight in the lower bracket. The format is double elimination, with most games best-of-three (BO3).

Lower bracket round one games are BO1 and the grand final is BO5.

Watch: Stockholm Major highlights

Group A

  • Team Secret
  • Team Liquid
  • J.Storm
  • Keen Gaming

Group B

  • PSG.LGD
  • Fnatic
  • Ninjas in Pyjamas
  • Infamous

Group C

  • Virtus.pro
  • EHOME
  • Mineski
  • Forward Gaming

Group D

  • Evil Geniuses
  • Vici Gaming
  • Chaos Esports Club
  • Na'Vi

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The schedule in Stockholm

Playoffs Day 7 - Friday, March 22

Upper Bracket Round 2

  • PSG LGD v Vici Gaming LIVE
  • Keen Gaming v FNATIC LIVE

Playoffs Day 6 - Thursday, March 21 - Break

Playoffs Day 5 - Wednesday, March 20

Lower Bracket Round 3

  • J.Storm v Team Secret LIVE
  • Evil Geniuses v Virtus.pro LIVE

Playoffs Day 4 - Tuesday, March 19

Lower Bracket Round 2

  • Evil Geniuses 2 - 0 NiP
  • Virstus.pro 2 - 1 Chaos E.C

Playoffs Day 3 - Monday, March 18

Lower Bracket Round 2

  • Mineski 0 - 2 J.Storm
  • Team Secret 2 - 0 Infamous

Playoffs Day 2 - Sunday, March 17

Lower Bracket Round 1

  • NiP 1 - 0 Foarward Gaming
  • Team Liquid 0 - 1 Chaos E.C

Upper Bracket Round 1

  • Evil Geniuses 1 - 2 Keen Gaming
  • Virtus.pro 0 - 2 FNATIC

Playoffs Day 1 - Saturday, March 16

Lower Bracket Round 1

  • Na'Vi 0 - 1 J.Storm
  • EHOME 0 - 1 Infamous

Upper Bracket Round 1

  • PSG LGD 2 - 0 Mineski
  • Team Secret 1 - 2 Vici Gaming

Day Two Matches - Friday, March 15

  • Team Liquid 0 - 2 Keen
  • Vici Gaming 2 - 0 Na'Vi
  • Mineski 2 - 1 EHOME
  • NiP 0 - 2 FNATIC
  • Team Secret 2 - 0 Team Liquid
  • Virtus.pro 2 - 1 Mineski
  • Vici Gaming 0 - 2 Evil Geniuses
  • NIP 1 - 2 PSG.LGD
  • Keen 2 - 0 J.Storm
  • Forward Gaming 0 - 2 EHOME
  • Chaos Esports 1 - 2 Na'Vi
  • Fnatic 2 - 1 Infamous

Day One matches - Thursday, March 14

  • Team Secret 2 - 0 Keen
  • Virtus.pro 2 - 1 Forward Gaming
  • Vici Gaming 2 - 0 Chaos Esports
  • NIP 2 - 1 Fnatic
  • EHOME 1 - 2 Mineski
  • Evil Geniuses 2 - 1 Na'Vi
  • PSG.LGD 2 - 0 Infamous
  • J.Storm 0 - 2 Team Liquid

Live streams

DreamLeague S11 schedule, live streams and results can be found in the [matches section](DreamLeague Season 11 schedule, live streams & results.

Broadcast talent

Host: Sheever (Jorien van der Heijden).
Co-Host: SirActionSlacks (Jake Kanner).
Observers: Weppas (Johan Westberg) and skrff (Rikard Holm Melin).
Analysts/Commentators: ODPixel (Owen Davies), Fogged (Ioannis Loucas), AdmiralBulldog (Henrik Ahnberg), Moxxi (Michelle Song), Godz (David Parker) and LizZard (Admir Salkanović).

Qualifiers for the Stockholm Major

Fifteen teams qualified from their regions, with three teams each progressing from Europe, North America and China and two each from CIS, South America and South East Asia. A final spot went to the winners of the StarLadder Kiev Minor, which was Vici Gaming.

Stockholm Major preview podcast

Luckbox ambassador Paul Chaloner - AKA Redeye - looks ahead the Stockholm Major and shares his thoughts on who to watch at DreamLeague Season 11 in the latest episode of our Dota 2 podcast.

Your chance to win

We'll be running a DreamLeague Season 11 prediction contest for the chance to win one of five Codicil of the Veiled Ones. Enter via Twitter or Facebook.

Five winners will be drawn at random from those who pick the correct winner of DreamLeague Season 11. You must be at least 18 to take part and will need to supply a valid Steamtrade URL to claim your prize. Entry closes when the play-off stage starts. One entry per person, attempted multiple entries will result in disqualification.The awards will be credited a few days after the event ends.

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James McMathMedia manager at Luckbox.

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