DreamLeague and ASUS ROG are back together for DreamLeague Season 6. This season’s total prize pool is $231,000 distributed over the season and at the playoffs. Season 6 will feature eight teams battling it out for one of four spots in the playoffs at DreamHack Winter – November 25 -26th in Jönköping, Sweden.
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DreamLeague has partnered up with ASUS ROG again for DreamLeague Season 6 featuring a $231,000 total prize pool – a $75,000 increase from last season.
Eight teams – yet to be announced will battle it out for one of four spots to attend the LAN playoffs at DreamHack Winter November 25th & 26th in Jönköping, Sweden.
The league itself will begin October 11th and will continue using the same format as last season.
The League segment will have a prize-pool of its own: for each series won during the League Play, teams will be awarded $1,000. A total of $56,000 will be allotted to the League Play segment alone, separate from the playoffs’ $175,000 prize fund.
All the information available until now is summed up below.
DreamLeague Season 6 League
- League start: Tuesday, Oct 11th; full schedule to be announced
- Teams: 8
- Playoff spots: 4
- Format: Round Robin Bo2, one point per game
- Prize-pool: $56,000 – each game in the League Play awards $1,000 to the winning team
DreamLeague Season 5 Playoffs
- Dates: November 25-26th
- Teams: 4
- Location: DreamHack Winter – Jönköping, Sweden
- Format: Double Elimination Bo3 brackets
- Grand Finals: Bo5
- Prize-pool: $175,000
- Travel support: Full travel support per each team
DreamLeague Season 6 Schedule
- The League Play segment will start on Tuesday, the 11th of October.
- Full schedule, complete with matches for the 14 days of League Play, will be published as soon as possible.
- The playoffs will be played on November 25th & 26th.
DreamLeague Season 5
OG retained their championship title following the DreamLeague Season 5 Grand Finals. The European team successfully defended their DreamLeague championship title from season 4 after they absolutely shellacked Na’Vi 3:0. OG walked away with another title – their third in six months and the $50,000 prize. Na’Vi claimed the second place on the podium, the $25,000 prize and climbed another rung on the ladder in reclaiming success.
DreamLeague Season 5 prize pool
- 1st place: $50,000 – OG
- 2nd place: $25,000 – Na’Vi
- 3rd place: $15,000 – Virtus.Pro
- 4th place: $10,000 – No Diggity