CEVO has announced their free-to-play Season 4 is open today. The series continues to have a free-to-play open bracket with over $1000 in cash prizes and an invitation-based main bracket with more than $4000 in cash prizes. Teams competing will have upward mobility based on performance and will be cast in DotA TV.


CEVO just announced their free-to-play Season 4 will open today. The series continues to have a free-to-play open bracket with over $1000 in cash prizes and an invitation-based main bracket with more than $4000 in cash prizes. Teams competing will have upward mobility based on performance and will be cast in DotA TV. Players can register their teams at cevo.com.

CEVO is one of esport's oldest active for-prizes community tournament organizations, and they will be returning their attention to DotA 2 in 2014 with a significant increase in funding. In addition to the $5000 being offered up by the organization, crowdfunded prizes will be added throughout the season based out of community support. CEVO will be adding 100% of crowdfunded prizes to the pools, increasing bounties for both invitational and open-registration teams.

Matches will be shoutcasted both over twitch.tv and in DotA TV via ticket sales.The top four teams in the main bracket will be invited back for a new, highest-skill division in Season 5 with additional prize pools. As with the previous season, top open-bracket teams will be invited for the main division in Season 5. Higher brackets will feature more viewership and higher prize pools for qualifying teams.

Season Three finals are ongoing and can be watched at twitch.tv/playcevo1.

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