Kuala Lumpur Major standings and schedule

The first big Dota event of the DPC season is here and this is where you will find the Kuala Lumpur Major standings and the schedule for the action in Malaysia.

The event features 16 teams, with the group stages taking place on November 9th and 10th ahead of the play-offs from November 11th to 18th.

Kuala Lumpur Major bracket

The play-off picture at the KL Major


KL Major live

Latest results

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Grand final Bracket Final - 18 Nov

Team Secret 2-3 Virtus Pro

Lower Bracket Final - 18 Nov

Evil Geniuses 0-2 VP

Upper Bracket Final - 17 Nov

Team Secret 2-1 VP

Upper Bracket Round 3 - 17 Nov

Team Secret 2-1 Virtus.pro

Upper Bracket Round 2 - 16 Nov

Team Secret 2-0 PSG.LGD
Ninjas in Pyjamas 0-2 Virtus.pro

Upper Bracket Round 1 - 11-12 Nov

Team Secret 2-0 Vici Gaming
PSG.LGD 2-0 Alliance
Evil Geniuses 1-2 Ninjas in Pyjamas
Virtus.pro 2-0 Fnatic

Lower bracket round 5 - 17 Nov

Ninjas in Pyjamas 1-2 Evil Geniuses

Lower bracket round 4 - 16-17 Nov

Ninjas in Pyjamas 2-0 TNC Predator
PSG.LGD 0-2 Evil Geniuses

Lower Bracket Round 3 - 14 Nov

Fnatic 0-2 Evil Geniuses
TNC Predator 2-1 Vici Gaming

Lower Bracket Round 2 - 13 Nov

Alliance 0-2 TNC Predator
Vici Gaming 2-0 paiN X
Fnatic 2-1 J.Storm
Evil Geniuses 2-1 Forward

Lower Bracket Round 1 - 11-12 Nov

paiN Gaming 0-1 TNC Predator
Tigers 0-1 PaiNX
Team Aster 0-1 J.Storm
Forward Gaming 1-0 Gambit

Group Stage

Decider Matches - 10 Nov 12:00 CET

Fnatic 2-0 Tigers
Forwrard 1-2 Alliance

Losers' Matches - 10 Nov 09:00 CET

Tigers 2-1 Gambit
Alliance 2-1 paiN X

Winners' Matches - 10 Nov 06:00 CET

PSG.LGD 0-2 Fnatic
VP 2-1 Forward

Opening Matches - 10 Nov 03:00 CET

PSG.LGD 2-0 Tigers
Fnatic 2-0 Gambit
VP 2-1 Alliance
Forward 2-0 paiN X

Decider Matches - 9 Nov 12:00 CET

NiP 2-0 paiN
VG 2-1 Aster

Losers' Matches - 9 Nov 09:00 CET

J.Storm 1-2 paiN
Aster 2-1 TNC

Winners' Matches - 9 Nov 06:00 CET

Secret 2-0 NiP
EG 2-0 VG

Opening Matches - 9 Nov 03:00 CET

Secret 2-0 J.Storm
paiN 0-2 NiP
EG 2-1 Aster
VG 2-0 TNC

Group stage results

The group stage results from the KL Major


KL Major Groups

The teams playing in Malaysia are:

Group A

  • Team Secret
  • PaiN Gaming
  • Ninjas in Pyjamas
  • J.Storm

Group B

  • Evil Geniuses
  • Vici Gaming
  • TNC Predator
  • Team Aster

Group C

  • Fnatic
  • Gambit Esports
  • Tigers

Group D

  • Virtus.pro
  • Forward Gaming
  • PaiN X
  • Alliance

Related: KL Major team rosters

Watch it live

All matches at the KL Major are streamed live on Twitch.

Who will win the Major?

Sujoy Roy, Luckbox's Director of Esports and Dota-lover, gave his views on the teams in each group of the KL Major Bracket.

On Group A

He said: "Team Secret are clear favourites for Group A, having hit the ground running for the start of the 2018/2019 DPC season. PaiN are looking a much stronger team with the addition of Misery to their squad, but will struggle to beat Secret. The remaining two teams have yet to prove themselves on the big stage. NiP look like they should be one to watch with TI-winning captain - PPD, leading the team. J.Storm can boast that they're backed by NBA player, Jeremy Lin, but this new team has precious else to shout about after the partnership with Vici Gaming ended in September."

On Group B

He said: "After a disappointing run at ESL One Hamburg where they ultimately lost to long-time rivals Team Secret, EG will be revitalised by the return of their star midlaner, SumaiL. They face a tough group with Vici Gaming and Team Aster representing China. Vici look like their closest rivals here, having performed well as a team recently. TNC Predators are something of a wild card, but they'll struggle to take wins from Group B."

On Group C

He said: "It's been difficult to judge PSG.LGD's recent form since they were robbed of their TI win back in August. I’m counting on them being even more driven for success this year, so I’d be surprised if they didn’t win Group C with ease. Fnatic’s new roster, despite showing plenty of promise, simply hasn’t delivered results and Gambit Esports are yet to impress. Tigers are the dark horse of the group, having been dominant in the DreamLeague minor. If Ahjit is on form expect fireworks from them in this Group, but I still doubt they’ll take a game from LGD."

On Group D

He said: "Group D of the KL Major bracket will be an epic clash between Virtus Pro and Forward Gaming. I have a hunch it's FWD that will be most prepared going into the group stage, especially with Yawar having plenty to prove after missing ESL One Hamburg. VP may have to play catch-up. Alliance and paiN X will get some much needed tournament experience but will struggle once they reach the playoffs."