Valve have announced they are yet to lock in the final dates for The International 10 and the continuation of the Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) due to the unpredictability of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Alongside the newest Dota2 update, Valve Corporation have announced The International 10 Battle Pass will have its end date extended by a week to compensate for the downtime caused by Game Coordinator issues.
The International Dota 2 Championships are well on the way to reaching the biggest prize pool in esports history, thanks to the immense success of the recently released TI10 Battle Pass.
The most prestigious annual Dota2 event, The International, has been postponed and will likely take place sometime in 2021, Valve announced on Friday.
History was written in Shanghai on Sunday, August 25, when OG lifted the Aegis of Champions for the second consecutive year, becoming the first team to mount a successful title defence at The International.
While the spotlight was on OG at The International 2019, TNC Predator did the Philippines proud and walked away with their best-ever payday at a single Dota 2 esports event.
The biggest Dota 2 tournament of the year is set to take the stage on August 15 at Mercedes-Benz Arena in Shanghai, where the crème de la crème will battle over the lion’s share of the biggest prize pool in esports history.
Less than a month separates us from The International 2019, which will feature 18 of the best Dota 2 esports teams from all around the globe fighting for the lion’s share of the biggest prize pool in professional gaming history.
Despite failing to reach the playoffs at the MDL Disneyland Paris Major, Fnatic have now secured enough Dota Pro Circuit points to guarantee a slot at The International.
The crowdfunded prize pool for this year’s Dota 2 championships passed USD $5 million in less than 24 hours.