DotaPit League Season 4 is beginning to wind down as Na’Vi clinched their place for the LAN playoffs scheduled in Split, Croatia at the Spaladium Arena March 19 and 20th. Their split of the series 1:1 with 99% was enough to advance the CIS team to the top position. Only one more qualified team is yet to be determined, as the second European group will finish tonight, February 15th at 20:00 CET. Eight teams – four qualified and four invited – will be competing for a portion of the $100,000 base prize pool for the event’s first LAN playoffs ever.
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DotaPit League Season 4 European qualifiers are coming to an end, signalling the conclusion of the group stage and qualifier phase for the event. Na’Vi was able to claim their place in the event as one of two European qualified teams after drawing a tie in their series 1:1 against 99%. The result was enough to bring them into the top place of their group to advance further to the LAN.
Tonight’s match between T.RoX and HellRaisers will determine the second European team to qualify. This will be the last team to join the tournament.
DotaPit League Season 4 Qualifiers
SEA has already finished, giving MVP.Phoenix the invite. MVP.Phoenix ranked first in the group after taking two wins and two draws to total eight points. They outranked Mineski, who came in behind them with six points and Fnatic, who placed third with five points.
DotaPit League Season 4 America slot was awarded to compLexity Gaming. The NA team was sitting in the first place position as the groupstage wound up. Digital Chaos and EnemyGG, who were tied for second place, split the final series 1:1, securing compLexity’s first place position.
DotaPit League Season 4 LAN Finals teams
A total of 8 teams will be participating in the LAN event:
- 4 Direct Invites (Virtus.Pro, Team Secret, OG, EG)
- 2 European qualified teams (Na’Vi, TBD)
- 1 Americas qualified team (compLexity Gaming)
- 1 South East Asian qualified team (MVP.Phoenix)
DotaPit League Season 4 LAN Finals
LAN finals in Croatia at the Spaldaium Arena in Split, Croatia. The venue boasts a 10,000 seat capacity and was built in 2008 as a state of the art arena.
DotaPit League Season 4 LAN Tickets
LAN Tickets are now available for purchase
DotaPit League Season 3
Evil Geniuses triumphed over Cloud 9, 3:0, in the grand finals of the Dota Pit Season 3 competition, taking the championship title and the first place prize of $125,224.
DotaPit League Season 3 prize pool
- 1st place – $125,224 – Evil Geniuses
- 2nd place – $56,680 – Cloud 9
- 3rd place – $39,544 – Virtus.Pro
- 4th place – $21,090 – Ninjas in Pyjamas