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Dota 2 The International 10 starts next month, Check out teams, schedule & where to watch

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Dota 2 The International 10 starts next month, Check out teams, schedule & where to watch. Dota 2 The International is the biggest competition of the famous MOBA title “Dota 2”. Dota 2 The International has the world record for the biggest prize pool for an esports event. The International 10 is the final event of the competitive circuit of the year 2021. TI10 Originally scheduled to be held in 2020 but due to pandemics, it shifted to 2021. This tournament will be held in Europe for its 10th edition in Avicii Arena in Sweden. The matches will start from the 5th of August to the 15th of August 2021.

Invites have given for the tournament are based on the performance of teams in regional competitions. Best teams based on circuit points got the invite for The International 2021. Fans all over the world have been eagerly waiting for the tournament to happen after so much delay. Another exciting thing about this tournament is that it also includes the biggest prize pool yet.

Dota 2 The International 10: Teams

12 Invited Teams- 

  1. Evil Geniuses
  2. PSG.LGD
  4. Quincy Crew
  5.  Invictus Gaming
  6. T1
  7. Vici Gaming
  8. Team Secret
  9. Team Aster
  10. Alliance
  11. Beastcoast
  12. Thunder Predator


Qualifiers Teams 

NA qualifiers – Undying Team

SA qualifiers -SG-esports

Eastern Europe qualifiers- Team Spirit

Southeast Asia qualifiers – Fnatic

China Qualifiers – TBD

Western Europe Qualifiers – TBD


The International 10: Prize pool

The prize pool for Dota 2 TI10 will be $40,018,195 USD, yes you read it right, which will be divided into the teams according to their position in the tournament.

Winners- 18,208,279

2nd Place- $5,202,365

3rd Place – $3,601,638

4th Place- $2,401,092

5th – 6th Place- $1,400,637 Each

7th – 8th Place-  $1,000,455 each

9th – 12th Place-  $800,364 each

13th – 16th Place- $600,273 each

17th – 18th Place- $100,045 each


Dota 2 The International 10: Where To Watch 

All matches of TI10 will be broadcasted live in multilingual with special streams for newcomers and replays in the English language. Other than English the tournament will be broadcasted in Russian and Chinese. The broadcast will be available for free and the access will be in-game from DOTA TV.

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