Dota2 - FPL and how to qualify
What leagues belong to the FPL Circuit?
FPL [Division 1]
FPL Challenger [Division 2]
FPL Division 3
FPL Division 4
FPL Division 5
How do I qualify for the FPL?
In order to qualify for the highest division where the pros play, the FPL, you need to be in the top two of the FPL-C when the season ends. Other than this, it is invite only.
How do I qualify for the FPL Challenger?
This is where all semi-professionals will play to get a shot at qualifying for FPL. To qualify for the FPL Challenger you need to be top five in the FPL Division 3 at the end of the season.
For NA, you can qualify for FPL-C directly by being skill level 8-10.
How do I enter FPL Division 3?
Only players that are skill level 8-10 can enter the FPL Division 3. If you are not level 8, you need to level up on FACEIT and gain Elo, by winning matches in FPL Division 4 or 5.
For NA, this is skill levels 4-7 to join.
How do I enter FPL Division 4?
Only players that are skill level 4-7 can enter the FPL Division 4. If you are not level 4, you need to level up on FACEIT and gain more Elo.
For NA, this is skill levels 1-3 to join
How do I enter FPL Division 5?
Only players that are skill level 1-3 can enter the FPL Division 5.
My FACEIT skill level is wrong, what can I do?
You can verify your MMR on FACEIT and translate it into FACEIT skill levels and Elo. Please read this guide in order to do this. Do not forget to set your SOLO MMR to public on your Dota2 profile inside the Dota2 client, before you verify your MMR on FACEIT (please wait 10 minutes for the API to connect and read your MMR).
In case you fail to do this, our system will take your OpenDota Estimated MMR which might be outdated.
This can only be done once, so be sure to read everything carefully.
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