Dota 2: The International 2019 Collector’s Cache is Released

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Dota 2: The International 2019 Collector’s Cache is Released

It is finally here! The long-awaited Collector’s Cache just got released, and it seems to be a fascinating chest.

According to Valve, there were about 200 item sets submitted by the workshop. However, Gaben and Co. only chose 83 of them. Every Battle pass owner had the chance to vote for those sets, but in the end, only 18 of them made it to the TI 9 Collector's Cache.

It is possible that there could be a second Collector’s Cache at a later date. What’s more, Valve announced that there should be a Tidehunger set coming soon.

The Cache itself

The TI 9 Collector’s Cache can be purchased only by the Battle Pass owners. It costs $2.49 USD, and as always, each purchase contributes 25% to the prize pool of TI 9. It’s important to know that the treasure is available for the next 30 days. Similar to last year, all items from the chest are non-marketable or tradable. The only exception is Rubick‘s Ultra Rare set, which will be marketable in around one year from now.

In addition to the item sets, the Cache can give up to 36 levels for your Battle Pass. However, that depends on the number of Chests that you purchase. In order to get all the levels, you need to buy 15 of them.


Here are all the heroes who got one of the 18 sets so far:

  • Abaddon
  • Dark Willow
  • Disruptor
  • Grimstroke
  • Dragon Knight
  • Rubick
  • Chen
  • Enigma
  • Tidehunter
  • Death Prophet
  • Undying
  • Huskar
  • Dazzle
  • Oracle
  • Drow Ranger
  • Phantom Assassin
  • Earth Spirit

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Dota 2: The International 2019 Collector’s Cache is Released
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.