The Canadian League of Gamers and BEAT Gaming Corp. have partnered up to create Northern Arena BEAT Invitational LAN. The offline event will be held in Montreal, Canada November 11-13th with eight teams competing for the $100,000 prize pool. Details have yet to be confirmed, however at least one team, or perhaps two, will qualify to participate alongside six or seven invited International teams. All teams from NA or EU are encouraged to register and participated in the open qualifiers set to take place starting September 17th.
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Beat Gaming Corp, the organizers of the Canada Cup series, and Canadian League of Gamers have announced their joint LAN tournament – Northern Arena BEAT Invitational LAN.
The LAN event will take place in Montreal Canada from November 11-13th. Eight teams – six or seven invited teams and one or two from the qualifiers will compete for the $100,000 prize pool.
Open Qualifiers are open for all teams in EU or NA, but are expected to be played on NA servers for both open and main qualifiers.
According to Beat Gaming Corp, the main qualifiers will only be taking place between September 19-30th. Main qualifier invited teams have not yet been released but will consist of NA and SA teams.
Northern Arena BEAT Invitational LAN open qualifiers
Teams can register on the FACE-IT platform HERE.
The open qualifiers will take place September 17-18th
- Check In: Saturday September 17 at 19:00 CEST/1:00 EST
- Start time: Saturday September 17 at 20:00 CEST/2:00 EST
- Day 1: Rounds 256-16 best-of-one
- Start Time day 2: Sunday September 18 at 20:00 CEST/2:00 EST
- Day 2: Rounds 8-4 best-of three
- Two teams advance to main qualifiers
Dota 2 Canada Cup season 7
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Teams were divided into four groups for the initial group-stage phase. The top two teams from each group advanced to the playoffs.