Dota 2: DPC 2023 Spring Tour scores, points and standings

The Lima Major, which Gaimin Gladiator won over Team Liquid despite having to play with a stand-in due to a health issue, completed one-third of the 2023 Dota Pro Circuit.

While the finest of Dota 2 got to put their skills to the test at this year's first LAN tournament, a minor roster shuffle began for everyone else in the meantime. Teams from all over the globe set out to discover a workable formula to recompose after crashing out of the DPC and Major.

The lineup shuffle didn't last long, as the DPC began on March 13 with Division I activity.

Teams are vying for a place at the Berlin Major, the second LAN event of the 2023 season and the final DPC gate before The International 12.

Given the bad performance of some regions at the Lima Major, there were discussions about reducing the available Major spots for weaker regions, but Valve has yet to make any adjustments to the distribution of slots. The developer has been hard at work to better the game's competitive ethics, barring over 40 Dota 2 professionals and booting five teams from China's DPC Tour.

The next part of the season begins with a slight reminder from Valve that they are always watching, to the point where it completely reshaped the Chinese DPC for the Spring Tour, and here's everything you need to know about it, including its prize pool, format, schedule, standings, and all of the DPC Points up for grabs.

Dota Pro Circuit 2023: Complete DPC Spring Tour points, rankings, and scores

The 2023 DPC Spring Tour is taking place on Patch 7.32e, which brought Muerta. Despite the addition of a new hero, there was a distinct dearth of meta-changing adjustments, which should be addressed with 7.33 in late April.

Meanwhile, Dota 2 fans and professionals are trapped with another variant of 7.32 for the rest of the Spring tour, which began on March 13 and will conclude on April 2.

Division two will begin on April 5 after division one concludes.

Division I's lowest two teams will be relegated to Division II, while Division II's top two teams will progress to Division I. Teams finishing last in the second division will be relegated from the regional leagues, and they will have to compete in open trials for a shot at redemption against other teams vying for a place in the DPC.

Dota Pro Circuit 2023 Spring Tour Division I prize pool is $205,000 and 920 DPC points, while DPC Spring Tour Division II prize pool is $75,000.

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