Welcome to our second edition of the TrackDota Team Tier list.
It’s been a month since our initial Team Tiers were released. We had a pair of prominent tournaments, divided into regions, dominating the professional Dota 2 scene in August. The TrackDota team has reviewed the results (or ongoing status, as applicable) from Moon Studio Asian LeagueOMEGA League and ESL One Thailand. We’ve considered roster changes and their implications. We’ve also weighed the inactivity of some teams against their Tier ranking.
After considering these factors, we’ve compiled an updated TrackDota Team Tier list for September 2020.
Here is our competitive ranking of Dota 2 teams, alphabetized by tier:
Competitive teams. Sometimes, they show flashes of potential. These teams have something to prove. Maybe we haven't seen enough of them lately to have a strong sense of their skill.
Excellent. Competitive. These teams finish in the middle of the pack at tournaments. They could certainly upset a higher-tier team and dabble in the top placements at an event, but their consistency hasn't yet pushed them into the top tiers.
(Nearly) Top-tier talent, these teams can defeat anyone, though the S-Tier teams are a challenge. Standing atop their regions, these teams command respect. No one looks forward to an elimination series versus a Tier 1 team.
The nearly-unbeatable teams. The world's finest. Anything less than grand finals results are a disappointment for these rosters.
takes top marks as the world's best for the second month in a row!
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and come back next month to see how the tier list shakes up for October!