Eastern European DPC Spring Tour 2021/2022 Postponed Indefinitely

Valve has postponed the start of the spring season of Dota Pro Circuit 2021/2022 in Eastern Europe indefinitely. This was announced by the tournament operator Epic Esports Events, which is responsible for holding the championship in the region.

Updated information on the DPC EEU Spring Tour. We've received word from Valve that the DPC Spring Tour in Eastern Europe has been postponed indefinitely. We'll be back shortly with details on the new start dates for the open qualifiers and the main part of the regional tournament.

The spring season of Dota Pro Circuit 2021/2022 in Eastern Europe was supposed to take place from March 14 to April 24 and end with a major in mid-May. However, due to the current situation related to hostilities on the territory of sovereign Ukraine and aggression from the Russian Federation, Valve decided to postpone the start of the championship.

Participants of DPC EEU 2021/2022 Tour 2: Division I: Team Spirit, PuckChamp, Virtus.pro, HellRaisers, Natus Vincere, Mind Games, CIS Rejects and Winstrike Team.

Participants of DPC EEU 2021/2022 Tour 2: Division II: AS Monaco Gambit, Team Empire, HYDRA, V-Gaming, Gambit Esports and Nemiga Gaming + 2 teams from open qualifiers.

Recall that the first season of Dota Pro Circuit 2021/2022 was held online from November 29 to January 23. Due to the coronavirus situation, Valve canceled the first major and organized regional finals, the winners of which were Team Spirit, BOOM Esports, TSM FTX, PSG.LGD, Gladiators and beastcoast.