Virtus Pro are the leaders of the Dota Pro Circuit 2017-2018 with 12375 Points to finish the season.— Wykrhm Reddy (@wykrhm) June 10, 2018
4 Major Wins - 1 Minor Win - 1 Major Runner Up.
What an incredible run by the squad. Catch them at The International 2018 this August.#DPC #Dota2 pic.twitter.com/eiMTiKNA61
It comes as no surprise to see Virtus.pro take the top spot. They competed in 12 DPC events, took top 4 in 10 and won five! In the two they didn't take top 4, they placed 5th-6th. No team has been as dominant all season long.
However, second place squad Team Liquid came pretty damn close. They competed in 13 DPC events, took top 4 in 11 and won four. However, only the final win of those four was at a Major. Still, their Supermajor win gave them a massive point boost into 2nd, closing the gap between them and Virtus.pro.
PSG.LGD and Team Secret were in 2nd and 4th place respectively coming into the final event of the season. They placed 3rd and 4th at the event, resulting in a DPC ranking that mirrors the Supermajor.
The bottom four spots on the ranking were untouched by this final event. A few teams stood a chance of breaking into the top 8 with a top 4 Supermajor finish, but Secret, LGD, Virtus.pro and Liquid didn't let that happen.
As a result, VGJ.Thunder have secured their invite to TI, which means that Leong 'DDC' Fatmeng remains one of the few players to play in all eight TIs. The only other two are Clement 'Puppey' Ivanov and Kuro S. 'KuroKy' Takhasomi.
|3.||PSG.LGD||7,335||Somnus / Maybe2,445||Ame2,445||Fy2,445|
|5.||Mineski||3,150||ninjaboogie1,050||Mushi1,050||NaNa / Timun1,050|
|8.||VGJ.Thunder||1,935||DDC630||Sylar630||Pain / Fade630|