Blacklist Rivalry has finally achieved a significant milestone in their Dota 2 journey by qualifying for the Bali Major.
This achievement follows their impressive performance in the DPC SEA 2023 Tour 3: Division I, where they secured a second-place finish with a commendable 5-2 record.
Along with their strong showing, the team also earned US$28,000 in prize money and 300 DPC points.
This victory marked their third attempt to qualify for a major tournament, as they were unable to secure slots in both the Lima Major and Berlin Major a few months prior.
To achieve such a feat, the team made some adjustments to their roster.
They parted ways with Nico “eyyou” Barcelon and acquired Damien “kpii” Chok as a new addition to their lineup.
These changes were made in hopes of further strengthening the team’s performance and synergy.
The Bali Major serves as the culminating event for the DPC season, representing the third and final major tournament of the year.
With a prize pool of US$500,000 up for grabs, the winner of the Bali Major will not only claim a substantial portion of the prize money but also earn valuable DPC points, which will contribute to their qualification for The International 12, the most prestigious Dota 2 tournament.