Dota 2: TI 10 Reach A Prize Pool Of $35 Million

After the pandemic pretty much changed the world, the Dota 2 scene is currently in harm’s way. Sadly, Valve’s decision to cancel the DPC has generated a negative impact on many teams.

After the long delay, everyone expected Valve to reveal what is the coming plans for the TI10. Valve only tweet saying that they are still monitoring the situation, more news will be reported at a later date

Finding the Good in The Bad

When everything seems to be going downhill, there is one thing that keeps getting better year by year without fail. That’s the prize pool of The International. Even though the closing of the battle pass is near, the prize pool of The International 10 have surpass $35 million. It is no doubt that TI is the tournament with the highest prize pool in the esports world.

Other than that, we are yet to see the third Arcana. Plus, the Immortal Treasure III is not release yet. This will have a direct impact on the prize pool, which will only benefit it. We have a few more days until the Battle Pass is over at the time of writing. It is likely that the prize pool will hit $40 million because of the Arcana and Immortal Treasure III. If the Battle Pass duration increases, we will definitely hit $40 million.

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