DPC 2021/22 Tour II: event digest for March 30

The next game day of the DPC 2021/22 Tour II has ended in three regions: Western Europe, North America and Southeast Asia. In this regard, we propose to get acquainted with the digest of events for March 30 and find out the intermediate layouts in each division.

DPC WEU 2021/2022 Tour 2

Division I

Within the framework of the top division, one meeting took place, following which the Gladiators outplayed Team Secret (2:0), thereby strengthening their leadership in the standings.

intermediate table
A place
Command
Result
one
gladiators
3-0
one
Tundra Esports
3-0
3
OG
2-1
3
Team Secret
2-2
five
entity
1-2
five
Team Liquid
1-2
7
Brame
0-3
7
Nigma Galaxy
0-2

Division II

In the second division of Western Europe, two fights took place, as a result of which Chicken Fighters and CHILLAX got victories over Into The Breach (2:0) and Team Bald Reborn (2:0), respectively.

intermediate table
A place
Command
Result
one
Alliance
3-0
one
Chicken Fighters
3-1
one
CHILLAX
3-1
one
goonsquad
3-0
five
Into The Breach
1-3
five
Team Bald Reborn
1-3
7
IVY
0-3
7
winter bear
0-3

DPC NA 2021/2022 Tour 2

Division I

As part of the DPC NA 2021/2022 Tour 2: Division I, two meetings took place again. While Wildcard Gaming outplayed 4 Zoomers (2:1), Team DogChamp crushed simply TOOBASED (2:0).

intermediate table
A place
Command
Result
one
Evil Geniuses
3-0
one
Quincy Crew
3-0
one
TSM
2-0
4
4 Zoomers
1-2
4
Team DogChamp
1-3
4
The Cut
1-2
4
Wildcard Gaming
1-2
8
simply TOOBASED
0-4

DPC SEA 2021/2022 Tour 2

Division I

In the top division of Southeast Asia, the BOOM Esports team won a second victory, having beaten Neon Esports (2:0). At the same time, Team SMG returned to the group of leaders, being stronger than Polaris Esports (2:1).

intermediate table
A place
Command
Result
one
BOOM Esports
2-1
one
Fnatic
2-0
one
Polaris Esports
2-2
one
T1
2-1
one
Team SMG
2-1
6
Neon Esports
1-2
6
Nigma Galaxy SE
1-2
8
Execration
0-3
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DPC 2021/2022 Tour 2 takes place April 14-22 in China, Western Europe, North and South America, and Southeast Asia. Each region is divided into two divisions where teams compete for a prize pool of $75,000 and $205,000, respectively, as well as places in the Stockholm Major.