Dota 2

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Notes

If the competition is running on an official DotaTV ticket, each player has to have his official info setup (also called competitive profile) properly in Dota 2. Every players has to be correctly marked as either stand-in or member of the team.

Selection priority for the first game of a match is decided by a cointoss done by the match admin. If there is a second game, the other team will get selection prority. The same process is repeated with a new cointoss for game 3 (if existing) and so forth.

Before each game, the team with selection priority may either select a side or a draft order. The opposing team can choose the remaining factor.


Team size

A Team has to consist of at least five participants. Those persons will be called “team members” or “members” of the team in the following.

Information needed:

– Full names of all members
steam accounts of all members
primary nicknames of all members.

– Nationality of all members
identity of the captain and optionally of the manager.

– Skype account of the captain and/or manager.

Game Rules

The server location is chosen by a referee based on the server policy of the competition. The server policy is specified in the competition’s individual rules.

Captains Mode, unless stated otherwise by the individual competition rules.


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PENALTY-RADIANT – chosen by
the referee
PENALTY-DIRE – chosen by the referee
SERIES TYPE – chosen by the referee
Enable cheats – No
Fill empty slots with bots – No
All Chat – No
VERSION – Tournament, unless chosen otherwise by the referee
SPECTATORS – chosen by the referee depending on the competition
DOTA TV DELAY – 2 minutes, unless chosen otherwise by the referee

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Heroes

The hero pool always consists of all heroes the game mode allows and might therefore change several times during the competition. The game must not be paused during the draft, unless a drafter disconnects.