Every Team Going to ESL One Berlin Major 2023

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ESL One Berlin Major 2023, the upcoming second Major of 2023’s Dota Pro season, is fast approaching. On 26 April, 18 teams will be in Berlin to vie for the US$500,000 prize pool. Here is the breakdown of every team slated to appear in a few weeks.


Xtreme Gaming1st in DPC CN
Invictus Gaming 3rd in DPC CN 
Team Aster4th in DPC CN

The four Chinese teams participating are Xtreme Gaming, PSG.LGD, Invictus Gaming and Team Aster. Invictus and Aster were previously tied, but Invictus emerged victorious in the tiebreaker.

Western Europe

Team Liquid1st in DPC WEU
Tundra Esports2nd in DPC WEU
Gaimin Gladiators 3rd in DPC WEU 
OG 4th in DPC WEU 

While Team Liquid is sitting comfortably in 1st place, Tundra Esports and Gaimin Gladiators settled their positions with a tiebreaker. Ooredoo Thunder was also previously tied for 4th place  with OG, but OG secured their spot in the tiebreaker.

Southeast Asia

Talon Esports1st in DPC SEA
Execration 2nd in DPC SEA 
Team SMG3rd in DPC SEA

The three Southeast Asian teams heading to Berlin are Talon Esports, Execration and Team SMG. This will be Team SMG’s first attempt at a Major.

Eastern Europe

ex-HellRaisers1st in DPC EU
Team Spirit2nd in DPC EU
BetBoom Team3rd in DPC EU

1st place team ex-HellRaisers announced on 2 April that they will no longer go by “HellRaisers”. Going forward, the roster will remain the same. 

North America

TSM1st in DPC NA
Shopify Rebellion2nd in DPC NA

North and South America each get two teams to represent them in the Major. TSM and Shopify Rebellion are the two teams representing North America.

South America

beastcoast1st in DPC SA
Evil Geniuses2nd in DPC SA

Evil Geniuses and beastcoast are the two teams representing South America.

Overall, this is shaping up to be an exciting Major. We’ll have to watch and see what happens next.

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