DOTA 2 The International 11 Last Chance Qualifier playoffs: Schedule, qualified teams, where to watch, and more

The Last Chance Qualifier (Image via PGL)
The Last Chance Qualifier (Image via PGL)

The Last Chance Qualifier for DOTA 2 The International 11 is well underway. After two days of high-octane battles, the dust finally settles on the group stage. Fans finally have an idea of how the upper and lower brackets of the playoffs of the Last Chance Qualifier will look and it is clear that they are in for a treat.

Being held in Singapore, the Last Chance Qualifier holds the last two available seats for the participating teams to grab. Two teams from each region placed second and third in their Regional Qualifier and were divided into two groups.

The group stage saw them clash in a single round-robin Best of Two matches. The top four teams from each advance to the upper bracket of the playoffs, while the remaining ones are slotted into the lower bracket of the playoffs.

Everything one needs to know about the upcoming Last Chance Qualifier playoffs for DOTA 2 The International 11

The playoffs will be held from October 10 to October 12 and will feature Best of Three matches in the double-elimination bracket. In the end, two victorious teams from the Winner Bracket Final and Lower Bracket Final will claim their deserved spots at The International 11.

The standings after the completion of the group stage of the Last Chance Qualifier are as follows:

Group A

1Natus Vincere2-3-0
2Vici Gaming2-2-1
3Team Secret1-4-0
4Polaris Esports2-2-1

Group B

1Team Liquid3-2-0
2Xtreme Gaming2-2-1
6Wildcard Gaming0-3-2

The schedule for the playoffs is as follows:

Upper Bracket

UB QuarterfinalsResults
NAVI vs T11-2
Team Secret vs Xtreme Gaming2-1 vs Vici Gaming2-1
Team Liquid vs Polaris Esports2-1
UB Semifinals
T1 vs Team Secret0-2 vs Team Liquid2-1
UB Final
Team Secret vs Virtus.pro2-0

Lower Bracket

LB Round 1Results
NAVI vs Tempest2-0
Xtreme Gaming vs Infamous2-1
Vici Gaming vs nouns2-0
Polaris Esports vs Wildcard Gaming0-2
LB Round 2
NAVI vs Xtreme Gaming1-2
Vici Gaming vs Wildcard Gaming2-0
LB Quarterfinals
Team Liquid vs Xtreme Gaming2-0
T1 vs Vici Gaming1-2
LB Semifinal
Team Liquid vs Vici Gaming2-1
LB Final vs Team Liquid0-2
Qualified Teams
Team Secret
Team Liquid

All information has been taken from PGL and Liquipedia. Any changes on their end will be updated here shortly.

Where to watch

PGL, who is organizing The International this time around, has already revealed where DOTA 2 fans can catch the Last Chance Qualifier playoffs. The matches on the first two days, October 10 and 11, will be streamed on two different channels, according to official information. The last day will be featured on PGL's main DOTA 2 channel.

These are as follows:

DOTA 2 fans will be able to catch the live stream of the playoffs on the above-mentioned links to see whether their favorite teams can make the cut-off.

Each of them will be putting their all on the line for the last opportunity to make their way to The International 2022.

That's all there is to know for now, as has been revealed by the organizers. We will keep this page updated with more information as and when revealed, so keep it saved for regular DOTA 2 LCQ updates.

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Edited by Sohan Dasgupta
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