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| Author Anuj Gupta
Dota 2: Valve Reveals Compendium Reward Lineup & Changes To Its Website
Valve is taking a new approach to the TI 10 Compendium.
As The Internationals 10 comes closer, Valve has announced the rewards it will give to users progressing through this year’s second Compendium.
The battle for the Aegis begins in less than a week, and The International Compendium is your ticket to imminent tournament action and a host of free rewards.https://t.co/2sgLU4nS0I pic.twitter.com/w6zUhLVNvf
— DOTA 2 (@DOTA2) October 1, 2021
The free cluster of challenges will offer The International 2021 Lineage Treasure. The company has also set up a separate section on their website for its biggest tournament.
The free Compendium offers nine previously released sets, redesigned in black and gold finish. The Lineage Treasure includes these sets which users can earn by climbing up the reward ladder in various ways.
The tournament predictions, including most played heroes, highest number of kills by a player and many other categories, will earn users points. Filling out player card rosters is also a way of earning points.
Fantasy points earned through completing successful lineups which have performed well on a particular day will also boost points. Getting main bracket predictions right will earn users huge points too.
Predictions during live matches will also earn us 100 Compendium points. However, there is also a pay to earn method. Players can join the Supporter's Club of their favorite team and earn 200 points and whenever their team wins a match, they can earn up to 10,000 points.
The New Website Section
Valve has made a dedicated website section for The International 10. Users can watch live games and track the schedule of the tournament through the website itself. The best part of the website is having a spoiler-free mode which can help fans track the tournament at their own convenience without the fear of knowing the score lines. However, what is more interesting is that Valve wants to make the new “esports” section of its website a hub for all the Dota Pro Circuit seasons, including the Majors as well.
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