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Dota 2 The Internacional 2022 South America Qualifier Odds and Picks

By Hank Blaine

As one of the more unpredictable regions in the Dota Pro Circuit, the 2022 South America Qualifier will be one of the more entertaining qualifiers to follow leading up to The International 2022. Which Latin-American fixture will earn a highly-valued bid into the grandest Dota 2 tournament of them all?

Nitrobetting is here to upload chunks of data on the latest news and developments from the realm of Esports. This time, let’s take a closer look at the notable teams to look out for at the South American qualifying tournament for The International 2022, as well as those teams’ respective eSports odds to secure their spot in TI11.

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  • The International 2022 Qualifying Odds: +250

Having a 70-point lead in the standings over the next team below them, Peru’s Infamous (A.K.A. Infamous U.esports) stands above the rest of the South America Qualifier field. Infamous has a steak of three straight tournaments with podium finishes to date, including back-to-back runner-up showings at the DPC SA Tour I and the DPC SA Tour 1 Regional Final. This puts the team as the current odds-on favorite to secure its spot in The International 2022.


  • The International 2022 Qualifying Odds: +400

Entering the SA Qualifier with even more momentum than Infamous is Hokori, which picked up two wins in August at the TodayPay Invitational and the Thunderpick Bitcoin Series. Although those two tournaments were Tier 3 events, they’re still enough for Hokori to gain a slight edge over rivaling Tempest, which is ahead of Hokori by 50 points in the standings but has slowed down of late and is currently priced at +500 to win the 2022 South America Qualifier.

Dark Horses


  • The International 2022 Qualifying Odds: +1400

After winning the DPC SA Tour 1: Division II tournament at the top of the year, Infinity has not been able to rediscover its early magic. The Costa Rican outfit finished no better than sixth in each of the next three tournaments they played this 2022, which forced the team to move on from Lumiere and Genek in favor of new recruits Yuma and MoOz. These sudden changes have Infinity as a compelling sleeper pick to watch out for at the SA Qualifier.


  • The International 2022 Qualifying Odds: +1400

A little-known Peruvian squad in Ravens is slowly making its presence felt in the South American scene. The team is currently ranked 44th in the world and is coming off a strong runner-up finish at the DPC SA Tour 3: Division II tournament earlier this July. A 9-4 match record in August is enough for Ravens to be seen as a decent sleeper candidate to win the entire SA Qualifier alongside Infinity.

Huge Reach

Mad Kings

  • The International 2022 Qualifying Odds: +2500

A win at the Thunderpick Bitcoin Series Open Qualifier 2 in July gives another Peruvian squad in Mad Kings a better position as spoilers in the South American Qualifier than what the team’s odds would suggest. A third-place showing at the Thunderpick Bitcoin Series proper a month after further reinforces Mad Kings’ potential to surprise as a relative longshot to beat out the rest of the field for the coveted TI11 qualifying spot.

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