Dota Auto Chess ranked Season 2 Googie end date

Dota Auto Chess ranked Season 2 Googie end date

The Dota Auto Chess ranked seasons have an average duration of two months. Season 2 "Googie" will end on September 30, 2019.

It is impossible to predict the exact time of the day, so the countdown below is just an approximation timed to the midnight of the indicated day.

In the table, you can find the history of the starting and ending date of each season.

Season Start Date End Date
0 Jan 1, 2019 Apr 30, 2019
1 May 1, 2019 Jun 30, 2019
2 Jul 1, 2019 Sep 30, 2019

Drodostudio - the developer of Auto Chess - announced that each game season will have a duration of two months.

At the end of each season, there is an off-season period during which all the games are considered unranked: you won’t be able to drop candies and earn/lose any rank.

Once the new season starts, all the players are rewarded with a prize in candies based on the rank achieved at the conclusion of the previous season. I will update this page with the rewards as soon as they are disclosed.

Season 2: Googie

Duration: July 1st to September 30th, 2019.

Season rewards to be announced.

Season 1: Cancer

Duration: May 1st to June 30th, 2019.

  • ♕Top 20 Queens (on the leaderboard): S1 Winner Badge

  • ♕Queen: 320 candies + a shiny Crown (effective for S2) + Hermes|Aegis (courier)

  • ♔King: 320 candies + Hermes|Skadi (courier)

  • ♖Rook: 160 candies + Hermes|Necronomicon (courier)

  • ♗Bishop: 80 candies + Hermes|PoorMan (courier)

  • ♘Knight: 40 candies

  • ♙Pawn: 20 candies

Season 0: Mystery

Duration: January 1st to April 30th, 2019.

Season rewards

  • ♕Queen: 320 candies and a BlingBling Crown

  • ♔King: 320 candies

  • ♖Rook: 160 candies

  • ♗Bishop: 80 candies

  • ♘Knight: 40 candies

  • ♙Pawn: 20 candies

More: Check out the current rank distribution to find out the percentage of players at each rank.

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