North America was one of the most exciting regions of Dota Pro Circuit Tour 3. With six tiebreakers played, the audience were witness to a feast-like ending.
We will take a look at what happened in the last week, tiebreaker matches and end our article with the prize pool of the tournament
What happened in week six of the DPC NA Tour 3 Division I?
- 5RATFORCESTAFF 1 - 2 nouns
- TSM 2 - 0 Wildcard Gaming
- Evil Geniuses 2 - 0 Quincy Crew
Looking to avoid the risk of Division II relegation, 5RATFORCESTAFF started by winning the first game against nouns. For nouns, the target was the Arlington Major. Along with the comeback, they qualified to play tiebreakers for the top three places.
If Quincy Crew had won against Evil Geniuses, they would have finished Division I as the leader, but Evil Geniuses won 2-0. As a result, Evil Geniuses, Quincy Crew and nouns were tied for the top three places.
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Evil Geniuses wins 1st-3rd tiebreaker
- Evil Geniuses 1 - 0 nouns
- Evil Geniuses 1 - 0 Quincy Crew
- nouns 0 - 1 Quincy Crew
Evil Geniuses defeated both opponents and finished Division I as the leader. Their encounter against Quincy Crew was quite exciting.
Quincy Crew, on the other hand, defeated nouns in the tiebreaker's final match, getting the Arlington Major ticket.
5RFS will stay in Division I
- felt 0 - 1 The Cut
- 5RFS 1 - 0 The Cut
- 5RFS 1 - 0 felt
5RATFORCESTAFF, The Cut and felt played tiebreakers for the final three rows. Only one team could stay in Division I and that team became 5RFS. 5RFS defeated both opponents, while The Cut prevailed over felt.
Evil Geniuses and Quincy Crew earned the Arlington Major ticket as a result of the DPC NA Tour 3 Division I. The Cut and felt will continue their way in Division II. A total of $205,000 prizes were awarded to the eight participating teams, and DPC points were awarded to the successful ones.
|1st||Evil Geniuses||$30,000||Arlington Major/Division I||500|
|2nd||Quincy Crew||$28,000||Arlington Major/Division I||300|
|5th||Wildcard Gaming||$25,000||Division I||50|
|7th||The Cut||$23,000||Division II||-|
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