• User Hacks

    MDL Chengdu Major: Your Essential Guide

    Marking the first major of the 2019/2020 Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) Season is the MDL Chengdu Major, which will comfortably be supported with the world-class Secretlab sitting experience.  As the first Major of the season and the start of the qualification race for TI10, the MDL Chengdu Major will undoubtedly set the pace for the rest of this season’s DPC. With most teams having also reinforced their squads in the post-TI9 shuffle, expect this Major to be a highly-anticipated one where teams will be giving everything they’ve got, in order to get their momentum going as well as for a shot at raising the first Major trophy of the DPC season.…

  • User Hacks

    MDL Disneyland® Paris Major: Your Essential Guide

    For the first time, MDL is holding a tournament in the happiest place in the world, Disneyland Paris, and we’re proud to gear up the main stage of this groundbreaking event with the Secretlab award-winning sitting experience. In celebration of the momentous tournament, Secretlab, Mars Media and Disneyland Paris co-designed a Secretlab MDL Disneyland Major Edition chair, equipped with Secretlab’s award-winning suite of adjustable features, made from industrial-grade raw materials and internationally certified for quality and durability—the hallmark of the Secretlab brand. The co-branded gaming seats will be used for by the players, casters and staff for the matches and training sessions during the course of the 9-day tournament—co-produced by…

  • Announcements

    Secretlab—the gaming seat of choice for the MDL Disneyland Paris Major

    MAY 4, PARIS—International gaming seat specialist Secretlab today announced a partnership with Mars Media and Disneyland Paris to become the official choice of gaming seats for the highly-anticipated MDL Disneyland® Paris Major, the first-ever Dota 2 Major to be held in France. The MDL Disneyland Paris Major, which kicks off tomorrow (May 4), is the 4th Major of this season’s Dota 2 Pro Circuit. It will host 16 of the world’s best Dota 2 teams—including current world #1 and #2 seeds Team Secret and Virtus.pro, as well as reigning and past The International Champions OG, Team Liquid and Evil Geniuses—as they fiercely battle for the tournament’s USD$1 million prize pool…