Dota 2: The International 10 Prize Pool Is Now Over $10,000,000

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Dota 2: The International 10 Prize Pool Is Now Over $10,000,000

The Dota 2 community has shown its power yet again.

Despite the fact that The International 10 Battle Pass was released just a few days ago, the prize pool for the future TI is already over $10M USD. Breaking every single record so far, something that many people thought was impossible.

Although the results are truly impressive, they probably don’t come as a surprise for most people. This year’s Battle Pass is just on another level if you compare it to some of the previous ones. They are not bad by any means, but this one has insane amounts of rewards.

What will happen with TI 10?

Sadly, 2020 turned out to be one of the worst years in the last century. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, pretty much every sports event was either canceled or postponed, and Dota 2 is no exception.

After the DPC postponed, Valve also announced that they won’t host this year’s TI. However, the situation in some countries around the world is starting to improve, which is why some fans are hoping that Valve will decide to host the event once more. However, we have no official information if this will happen.

By the looks of it, this TI’s prize pool will easily surpass the one we had last year. What’s more, since there is no date for the next TI yet, this means that we could have more time to contribute to the prize pool in comparison to previous years.

Hopefully, Valve will figure out a way in which everyone will be happy. Even though we all want to watch our favorite game in the big stadiums, our safety is of utmost importance.

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Dota 2: The International 10 Prize Pool Is Now Over $10,000,000
Zlosterr has been a fan of esports for many years and mainly focuses on Dota 2. He has more than five years of experience writing Dota 2 content for numerous platforms. Besides being a passionate fan of the game, he's also played for various amateur teams.