Welcome to the 2019 Mythic Dungeon International

The Mythic Dungeon International (MDI) is a global program that pits the best Mythic Dungeon teams from across the world in a head-to-head race to the finish line! Teams are divided into two Global Divisions, playing against other teams in their division during two seasons throughout the year. The top teams from both divisions will clash twice throughout the year, with only one team taking home the title of Mythic Dungeon Champions!

Current Status
MDI Summer Season

Want to learn how to race Mythic Keystone Dungeons from the best? Tune in as the greatest dungeon-running teams from both the East and West use their collective strategy, skill, and creativity to reach the finish line faster than all who oppose them.

2019 Season
Featured Events
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Standings: West
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Rank
Team
Points
1
Method EU
840
2
Abrakeydabra
700
3
Method NA
690
4
Fourty K
460
5
No Girls Allowed
270
2019 Season
Featured Events
View Full Schedule
Standings: West
View All Standings
Rank
Team
Points
1
Method EU
840
2
Abrakeydabra
700
3
Method NA
690
4
Fourty K
460
5
No Girls Allowed
270
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Inside the MDI
How to Compete

MDI Signups for this year are currently closed. If you missed out on qualifying for the MDI this year, please check back next year to see when and how to signup and qualify!

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.
  • Global Finals: Six teams make it to the final event of the year, BlizzCon! The two top point earning teams from the Western Division and Eastern Division will qualify for the event, in addition to the first and second place teams from the mid-year Seasonal Finals.

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

Where to Watch

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