In January, the Dota Pro Circuit has a packed schedule with exciting events for fans to enjoy. The Bucharest Minor will take place from Jan. 9 to 13, featuring eight teams competing for a share of $300,000 and 500 DPC points. The winner of this event will also receive an invite to The Chongqing Major, along with $125,000 and 120 DPC points. Speaking of The Chongqing Major, it will be held from Jan. 19 to 27 and will feature sixteen top-ranked teams battling for a chance to win $350,000 and 4,950 DPC points, which would significantly boost their rankings. The February action will kick off with qualifiers for DreamLeague Season 11, followed by qualifiers for an unannounced third minor of the season. Until March, fans can also look forward to non-DPC events like MDL Macau 2019 and ESL One Katowice 2019. With such an intense schedule, the race to qualify for The International 2019 is heating up.
Keywords: Dota Pro Circuit, Bucharest Minor, The Chongqing Major, DreamLeague Season 11, MDL Macau 2019, ESL One Katowice 2019, The International 2019