Welcome to the 2020 Mythic Dungeon International
The Mythic Dungeon International (MDI) returns with its global competitions for its 4th year, pitting the best Mythic Dungeon teams in a head-to head race to the finish line. The regions will be split up into two divisions—the Americas and Europe & Asia. Eight teams will make it to the Battle for Azeroth Finals—four from each Division. They will converge at an in-person competition where they will race for their share of $300,000.
Welcome to the 2020 Mythic Dungeon International
The Mythic Dungeon International (MDI) returns with its global competitions for its 4th year, pitting the best Mythic Dungeon teams in a head-to head race to the finish line. The regions will be split up into two divisions—the Americas and Europe & Asia. Eight teams will make it to the Battle for Azeroth Finals—four from each Division. They will converge at an in-person competition where they will race for their share of $300,000.
2020 Season
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Standings: The Americas
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2020 Season
Featured Events
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Standings: The Americas
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Rank
Team
Points
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Inside the Mythic Dungeon International
How to Compete

The 2020 MDI Time Trials are just around the corner, and teams are preparing themselves for the final MDI season of Battle for Azeroth! If you think your team has what it takes to compete, then stay tuned—more information about signing up to the Mythic Dungeon International BFA Season 4 will be available soon!

Season Format

  • Time Trials: Teams practice and record their best times on three dungeons on the tournament realm. The fastest 8 teams move onto the broadcast.
  • MDI Cups: Eight teams face off head-to-head in a best-of-three, double-elimination broadcast. Teams earn prize money and MDI Points for competing in the cups.
  • Season Finals: Eight teams make it to the in-person LAN tournament at the end of the season. The top four point-earning teams from the Americas and Europe & Asia will qualify for the event where USD $300,000 will be up for grabs!

More info on the format can be found on the Official Rules.

Where to Watch

Cups are broadcasted every weekend on YouTube while the season is live. Not sure when the next broadcast is? Check our handy Schedule page!