The ONE Esports Singapore Major 2021 is one of the largest Dota 2 esports competition in the region. From March 27th to April 4th 18 teams will compete in Singapore for a prize pool of US$500,000 and 2,700 DPC points.
In this closed-door event (due to COVID) 18 teams from around the world have been selected for the ONE Esports Singapore Major 2021. This is the first Major event of 2021 for the Dota Pro Circuit. Hosted by ONE Esports and PGL the event will be held at Fairmont Singapore but will be streamed globally.
Let’s introduce you to the upcoming tournament.
Where Can I Watch The ONE Esports Singapore Major?
Stream it all on Saturday, March 27th at 10 a.m GMT+8 on the ONE esports page (www.oneesports.gg). You can also watch from the streams below:
- Twitch – Mainstream, second stream, third stream
- Facebook (all streams)
- YouTube (all streams)
- Tiktok (main stream only)
Valve has seen fit to introduce a new tournament format with Wild Card rounds introduced from which four teams will be eliminated. The top 2 teams from the Wild Card will then advance to the Group Stage and the top two teams from there will move on to the upper brackets while the four teams will play in the lower brackets of the Playoffs. The teams who were ranked the highest from each region will directly advance to the upper bracket of the Playoffs.
Playoffs – Upper bracket and lower bracket playoffs to final&mbsp;
Group Stage – Top two move to upper brackets of playoffs and bottom two eliminated
Wild Card – Top two advance to group stage, bottom two eliminated
ONE Esports Singapore Major 2021
It’s sure to be an interesting tournament with the new format in place. Carlos Alimurung CEO of ONE Esports echoes this stating, “We are excited to deliver one of the most prestigious esports experiences in the world. Fans from around the globe can look forward to action-packed competition from the world’s best Dota 2 teams and exciting commentary from the best Dota 2 hosts, casters and analysis.”
In line with COVID-19 measures, spectators will not be allowed on site. Spectators and fans will be able to tune in through live streaming. This will be the first Major to be broadcast in 4k at 60fps!