PGL will host the LCQ for The International 2022 between October 8-12 in Singapore
In less than 3 weeks, the battle for the last two spots for The International 2022 Group Stage will begin. 12 teams, divided into 2 groups, will fight for 5 days until the final list of TI 11 participants is complete.
- The Group Stage will have a Round-robin Bo2 format.
- The top 4 teams from each group will advance to Playoffs Upper Bracket.
- The Bottom 2 teams from each group will advance to Playoffs Lower Bracket.
If there is a tie along the Upper and Lower Bracket an additional set of matches will be played:
- In case of a tie between the two teams, the tie will be resolved by a best-of-three match;
- In the event of three or more teams being tied, the tie will be resolved by a round-robin best-of-one group.
- The other ties will be resolved as follows, in descending order of importance:
- Head to head result between the tied teams;
- Results against lower seeded teams (from directly below till last place);
- If a tie can be broken along the way, the process is restarted (back to head-to-head result);
- Coin toss.
- Double-elimination Bracket without Grand Final.
- All Matches are Bo3.
- Winner Bracket Final and Lower Bracket Final winners will advance to The International 2022 Group Stage.
During Group Stage (October 8, 9), 4 games will be played simultaneously on 4 different streams:
The first 2 days of the Playoffs (October 10, 11) will be streamed on 2 different channels: twitch.tv/pgl_dota2, twitch.tv/pgl_dota2en2 | youtube.com/pgl.
The last day of the LCQ will be streamed on PGL's main DOTA 2 channel: twitch.tv/pgl_dota2 | youtube.com/pgl.
Day 1 Schedule
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