DreamLeague is back! The first EPT Circuit will include DreamLeague Seasons 19 & 20 with the best teams from all around the world competing for glory.

Riyadh Masters takes place at the end of each EPT circuit, an event with a staggering 15 Million dollar prize pool.

ESL Pro Tour

the best teams in every game
More third party events
More international Dota
$17,000,000+ Yearly Prize Pool

This is the ESL Pro Tour for Dota 2, a new circuit of third-party international leagues and events, bringing more money to the players, and more top quality Dota to fans all around the world, starting with DreamLeague Season 19 in April!

To end each season on a high, teams that qualify will be invited to Riyadh Masters, an event with a staggering prize pool of $15,000,000.

Dota 2's new Home away from Home.

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Any Questions?

For a clearer explanation and breakdown of the Dota 2 ESL Pro Tour, make sure to visit the How it works page!

The ESL Pro Tour combines multiple ESL tournaments from various game titles, including Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Dota 2, and StarCraft® II into dedicated circuits that build toward grand championships each year. The overarching structure for both global and local competitions provides aspiring players from all levels a consistent and clear goal to reach for, a more compelling story to follow for existing CS:GO, Dota 2, and StarCraft® II fans, and a more transparent structure for new esports fans.

No, there are also EPTs for CS:GO & Starcraft! However, each circuit operates in its own way.

You can find our Community Streaming Guidelines here.

The official press release can be found here!

Although it's something we would have liked to include, there will be no qualifiers for DreamLeague Season 21.

For information on our EPT Ranking and Invite system, please head to the EPT ‘Ranking’ page

There will be a live audience for Riyadh Masters, but not for DreamLeague events.

Reach out to us on Twitter @ESLDota2!