Virtus Pro, the winner of Kuala Lumpur Major and Team Secret, the winner of Chongqing Major, both qualified to The International 9 on January 27, 2019.

Virtus Pro sits atop the the Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) ranking chart again after finishing in second place in DreamLeague Season 11 and acquired another 3000 DPC points. They currently holding 10950 DPC points.

Team Secret sits in second-place after finishing in fourth place at DreamLeague and pocketing 2100 DPC points — kicking their total DPC points to 9300.

Vici Gaming is the third-placed DPC team and became the fourth team to secure their ticket into the main event of The International 9. They received 4950 DPC points after taking down Virtus Pro in the Grand Finals of DreamLeague and accumulating 5850 DPC points.

Fnatic, the second runner-up in DreamLeague is fifth on the DPC board. They hold 3450 DPC points and only need another 371 DPC points to make sure they participate in The International 9.

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PSG.LGD sits sixth and accumulated 540 DPC points despite finishing in fifth-sixth place at DreamLeague, due to having XM as a stand-in for Maybe — they were only able to retain 60 per cent points from the tournament.

Ninja In Pyjamas only gained 150 DPC points at DreamLeague after being eliminated by Evil Geniuses. They hold 1570 DPC points and sit seventh on the table.

Keen Gaming, one of the dark horses of DreamLeague, finished equal with PSG.LGD and accumulated a total of 990 DPC, seeing them sit at ninth in the rankings.

Last but not least, we have EHOME in 12th, but this is a squad facing persistent rumours about further adjustments to their roster. Their DPC might be deducted again, so we expect they may drop out of top 12 after the change of roster.

The next stop on the Dota Pro Circuit is OGA Dota PIT Minor 2019, which kicks off on April 22, 2019.

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