TI10 Champ Yatoro criticizes the 2021-22 DPC format

When details about the 2021-22 Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) were first revealed, it was clear that it remained largely the same from the previous season except for a few changes. In the past, several pundits have voiced concerns about the format and most recently Team Spirit’s The International 10 (TI10) champion, Illya.”Yatoro“Mulyarchuk. Yatoro said on RuHub Media’s year-end show that the low number of games they have to play in tournaments in a week is exhausting. He went on to say that it seemed like the format was intentionally stretched. , forcing the player to stay in the bootcamp for an extended period of time.

Yatoro and Team Spirit’s manager share their thoughts on the 2021-22 DPC format

Yatoro, like many other Dota 2 pros in the past, expressed that it was very difficult for him to play a game in a 10-day period. This meant that they had to bootcamp for two months with a low number of games making the overall experience very exhausting.

“I’ll say for myself – it’s unbearable pain when you play a game for ten days. And you have to sit for two months of loot. And you sit there, you play a game, you win – hooray , the next event is in 11 days. It’s exhausting, you might say. As if deliberately dragging on, to overwhelm us.” Yatoro noted.

Team Spirit’s manager, Dmitry”Korb3n“Belov, also complained about the length of the DPC. Outlining how the year was spent, he said it limited the personal lives of the teams.

“With a schedule like that, you just don’t have a life. You come here, you live here for a month and a half, then you leave for ten days. Then you go to a pre-college campaign, and after Then you go to the major. Then you go away again for ten days and come [back to bootcamp] Again. In a year, you will live a month or a month and a half at most. “

Among the Dota 2 characters concerned about last season’s DPC, especially the length, was Damien”kpii“Chok, Kuro”KuroKy“Takhasomi, Lee”Heen“Seung Gon, Clement”Puppey“Ivanov, and more. In their opinion, the time and schedule of the DPC had to change, and it was no longer ideal for the players. Puppey has also pointed out that since DPC tournaments last for six weeks, there’s a chance that teams might have to play on two different patches which could cause problems.

However, as is currently known, the duration of regional tournaments should not be changed in the 2021-22 DPC. The ongoing holiday season has also extended the duration of the first tournament. After playing the final series at the DPC Eastern Europe 2021-22 Tour 1: Division 1 on December 17, 2021, Team Spirit will play their next match on January 6, 2022 against AS Monaco Gambit.

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