Become the next Topson!
We’ve extended signups for another few days, meaning you now have until September 12 to register your team — who knows, this could kickstart your esports career as a pro player and take you to the very top! And as always, there are no entry requirements or MMR benchmarks. All you have to do is sign up with your teammates and work your way to the top!
It’s easy to join — just get your captain or leader to head over to this page and create your team. You never know, you could well be the next Topias 'Topson' Taavitsainen — the breakout star of The International 2018 with OG, who played in the joinDOTA League as recently as Season 12!
Don't let your #Dota2 dreams be just dreams... Sign up here: https://t.co/5G3wCLSZf3 pic.twitter.com/OdDD6bi6Tt— joinDOTA (@joinDOTA) September 8, 2018
Can this season beat the hype of last season?
We had some epic games of Dota 2 in Season 13, and soon we’ll see if the teams entering can bring even more epic plays and awesome entertainment to fans of the game.
In Asia, the Grand Final went to a full five games as Execration took down Rex Regum Qeon. Despite losing the series, RRQ almost pulled off the reverse sweep, coming back from 2-0 down to force a decider. It was a memorable series as the defending champions held on to their Asia crown.
It was Gorillaz - Pride who took the win in the America division, with a solid 3-1 victory over Jsut a Squad in the Grand Finals, the former sweeping their way to the final series. In fact, that one game dropped in the final was their only loss in the entire season — an utterly dominant win overall.
Finally, it was the talented Swedish org Alliance who secured the top prize in Europe, breezing their way through the Finals with 2-0, 2-0 and 3-0 victories to seal the win versus Yolo Knight. With Michael 'm`ICKe' Vu and Max 'Qojqva' Broecker going big in several of their games, it was hard to see anyone else donning the crown as Europe’s best jDL team.
What are you waiting for? Sign up now!