ESL One Frankfurt 2015
ESL One Frankfurt 2015 is the third premier Dota 2 tournament held by European tournament organization ESL Gaming, and the second to take place at the Commerzbank Arena in Frankfurt, Germany. Five teams qualified for the main event, while three teams were directly invited to participate.
Start Date: 20 June 2015
End Date: 21 June 2015
Version: 6.83c - 6.84
Prize Pool: $250,000+
Format [ ]
Stage 1 - Open Bracket
Open bracket with an unlimited amount of teams in each region: Europe, South East Asia, and China.
Four teams from Europe and SEA, and three teams from China qualify for Stage 2. Stage 2 - Main Qualifier
Divided into regions; Europe, China, and South East Asia.
12 invited teams join 4 qualified teams, seeded at the beginning, one level, or two levels into the bracket
 Top 3 teams qualify for LAN finals
5 invited teams join 3 qualified teams in a single-elimination bracket
Winning team qualifies for LAN finals South East Asia
8 invited teams join 4 qualified teams, seeded at the beginning one level into the bracket
 Winning team qualifies for LAN finals
Eight teams in a single-elimination bracket.
Three invited teams
One team from the Chinese Qualifier
One team from the Southeast Asian Qualifier
Three teams from the European European Qualifier Based on their eedings, the top 3 teams will choose their opponent.
Quarterfinals and Semifinals are played in a best of three.
Final is played in a best of five.
Teams [ ]
Southeast Asian Qualifier
(1) ASUS.Polar were rebranded as Virtus.pro on April 15. 
(2) Team Malaysia were acquired by Fnatic on June 4. 
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Finals [ ]
Seeding bracket [ ]
Results [ ]
Main event [ ]
Prize Allocation [ ]
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