WePlay! Dota 2 Reshuffle Madness 2019 will run September 6 to 23, 2019. The competition will take place in three stages: open qualifiers, group stage and playoffs:
Open qualifiers will start on September 6 and end on September 9: all participants will be split into four groups, with eight top teams advancing to the next stage. They’ll be joined by eight teams directly invited by the organizer: the group stage matches will be played September 16 through 19. The final stage of the event, that has four more spots reserved for direct invitees, is planned for September 20-23.
Open qualifiers will run with the Single Elimination system. All qualification matches will be played in best of 1 format, while the semifinals and finals – in best of 3.
The group stage will have sixteen teams divided into four groups – these matches will utilize Double Elimination (GSL) format. That said, the lower bracket finals will be played in best of 3 format, with all the other matches played as best of 1. Two top teams from each group will advance into the playoffs.
Eight squads that will make their way into the playoffs from group stage will be joined by four invited teams. All matches of the final stage will be played in best of 3 format, and the grand-final running as a series of best of 5 (Single Elimination system).
Total prize pool of the event is $50,000. Champion of Reshuffle Madness 2019 will take home the main prize of $30,000, with the runner-up getting $10,000. The teams who will place the 3rd-4th place will be given $5,000 each.
Details about the talent board and schedule of the tournament will be announced later. Find more information about the tournament at weplay.tv and in social media: ВКонтакте, Telegram, Twitter.
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Source: WePlay! Esports press office