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Tier One Entertainment Has Purchased Team RSG's Slot for DPC SEA Next Season (DOTA2)

Blacklist International has finally completed the first steps toward Dota 2. Blacklist International CEO Tryke Gutierrez has confirmed that Tier One Entertainment has purchased a slot for his team RSG for his DPC SEA next season.

The RSG team itself released its Dota 2 roster in October after the 2021/2022 DPC season and was promoted to Division I DPC SEA (Southeast Asia).

Rumors of Blacklist International's plans have finally been confirmed, with a tweet from CEO Tryke Gutierrez confirming Tier One Entertainment has secured his RSG spot for his Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) season in Southeast Asia (SEA). has been confirmed.

As reported last week, Blacklist International is looking to expand into the Dota 2 scene. I pointed out that things are moving fast. There were several steps in place, including background management and required paperwork.

Blacklist International's entry into his SEA DPC (Dota Pro Circuit) marks the organization's first expansion beyond the mobile/mobile esports scene. yes! Blacklist International is known for the success of his Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB) division, which earned him the 2021 M3 World Championship and multiple of his MPL PH titles.

Now fans are interested in what roster his Blacklist will build in its first debut. With lucrative options on the market such as Abed “Abed” Yusof, Marc “Raven” Fausto, and Timothy “Tims” Randrup, to name a few, Blacklist International is an All-Star contender to compete with Fnatic and BOOM Esports. Possibility to create a Philippine roster. , and his Talon Esports in the region.

Below is the list of teams participating in the first division of DPC SEA 2023.


BOOM Esports

Talon Esports

Blacklist International (previously his RSG spot)

Team SMG



T.B.A (former T1 spot)

His Dota 2 shuffle in the Southeast Asia region has seen his roster hit his break of the season with plenty of transfer activity. Previously, Geek Fam announced his return to the competitive Dota 2 scene. Apart from that, Bleed Esports is also rumored to get a Division I slot released by T1. 

Interestingly, is there really an Indonesian organization that is also interested in joining the Dota 2 SEA scene? Will RRQ or Evos also follow in Blacklist International's footsteps?

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