The Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) 2023 will assign T1’s Division 1 berth to the Singaporean esports company Bleed eSports, according to rumors from quite a few news outlets and sportsbook pay per head blog. Although it’s still unknown what T1’s plans are for Dota 2, our sources tell us that there aren’t any present plans for the squad to relocate to another area.
The sole squad that Bleed eSports currently runs in Valorant is largely composed of Singaporean players. However, the addition of Dota 2 will add yet another esports championship to its resume. Those who bet on eSports should stay updated on roster updates for this tournament. As we find out who will be filling out the roster.
What Will Happen with Bleed eSports, and with T1?
The following DPC season will mark the Dota 2 debut of Bleed eSports. This will signal the organization’s entry into non-Valorant titles. The fact that a new company is attempting to break into the Southeast Asian Dota 2 market is encouraging.
In T1, a number of important players have lately left the group. The team performed admirably as a unit, winning events like the ESL One Summer 2021 and placing in the Top 3 at the WePlay AniMajor 2022. With a Top 8 finish at TI10 at the end of the 2021–22 season, it has established itself as the top team in Southeast Asia (SEA). But that did not last long for the team.
However, the outcomes were far from ideal the next year, and in order to regain its former glory, it changed the roster numerous times. Prior to TI11, T1 would go on to enlist two veterans, Topson and Ana, but ultimately failed in the Last Chance Qualifiers. Check your sports betting platform for the changes as they happen in real time.