Fnatic entered the 2022 dota Pro Circuit with many questions to address. Still, its veteran lineup quietly maintained a spot at the top of the rankings throughout the Spring Tour, leapfrogging BOOM Esports in a tiebreaker to secure first place today.
Meanwhile, T1 were put in a tough spot after having a stacked last two weeks facing both Fnatic and BOOM. However, with a trip to the Stockholm Major on the line, they pulled things back to sweep Polaris Esports in their tiebreaker.
For Fnatic, this is their first top seed finish since the first season of the 2021 DPC and the first with this iteration of the roster. They reached that spot by taking revenge on the previous top team.