How to Watch the WoW Dragonflight Mythic Dungeon International

How to Watch the WoW Dragonflight Mythic Dungeon International ...

With more than $400,000 on the line for World of Warcraft Dragonflight in the next couple of months, the Mythic Dungeon International will return.

The top 24 teams will be split into three separate groups of eight that will compete over the next three weekends, with the top two teams in each group clinching a spot in the Global Finals at the start of April.

The Maryland Invitational will feature two teams against one other in a head-to-head format, as part of a tradition. Each team's weekend will be played out as a double-elimination bracket featuring best-of-three matches.

Starting this week, all three group play brackets will be played starting on Friday and last through Sunday, with Group A running from February 17 to 19. Group B will be played from February 24 to 26, and Group C will be played from March 3 to 5.

After all three groups have determined the first six teams, a Last Stand Tournament will take place between March 10 and 12, awarding two final teams to the eight-team Global Finals in April.

How to Watch the WoW Dragonflight MDI

On days that are open to entry, each broadcast for the MDI will begin at 12pm CT, beginning this Friday, February 17. The online tournaments will have a variety of viewing options, including the official Warcraft Twitch and YouTube channels.

On Twitch, there will be French, German, and Spanish broadcasts during the tournament. Furthermore, competitors are encouraged to register to host watch parties on their own channels to record their own opinions during the tournament.