Currently, Team Secret and Virtus.pro are leading the ranking, but the competition is though. You can tune in to ESL Dota 2 on Twitch to follow the aciton.
In case you are not interested in EU & CIS Dota, other regions offer a variety of online leagues as well. Another professional tournament organiser who entered the league market: Beyond The Summit. From April 10-26, BTS hosts an online league for each Southeast Asia and North America.
Evil Geniuses are currently leading the NA event, whereas Fnatic made it to the top at SEA.
- ESL One Los Angeles 2020 Online for EU & CIS: April 4-19
- WePlay! Pushka League for EU & CIS: April 23 - May 11
- WePlay Pushka League Second Division for EU & CIS: April 23 - May 11
- GGBET StayHome Challenge for EU & CIS: April 1-16
- SECTOR: MOSTBET DOTA 2 Season 2 for EU & CIS: April 8-22
- BTS Pro Series - Americas #1: April 10-26
- BTS Pro Series - SEA #1: April 10-26
- CDA League Season 1 for China; March 28 - April 19
- China Dota2 Pro League Season 2: April 1 - June 14
- Amadeus Cup for Asia: April 7-18
- Illusion Spring for SA: April 16 - May 1
Not only can you spectate pro tournaments in all regions at the moment, there are also many possibilities to play in a league yourself. Several smaller tournaments are open to players at any skill level and offer a perfect activity to spend your time while staying at home.
- Epulze Leagues for all regions
- ATDL Blitz: Spring 2020 for SEA
- RD2L Season 20 for NA
- Upsurge Esports league for NA
- Oceanic Esports league for AU/NZ
Do you plan on participating in an amateur league? Are there any other leagues you can recommend?
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