Thursday, July 8th 2021

Valve Announces The International 10 Dota 2 Championships

We are thrilled to announce The International 10 - Dota 2 Championships will be held this October in Bucharest, Romania, and the epic battle for the Aegis of Champions will fittingly unfold inside the country's largest stadium—Arena Nationala. Group Stage will run October 7 - 10, with Main Stage play kicking off on October 12. Then on October 17, the two finest Dota 2 teams in the world will face off for the Aegis and their shares of the $40,018,195 prize pool that awaits. Additional information on ticket sales will come shortly.

We are grateful for the partnership we have formed with Romania and the city of Bucharest, and very much look forward to gathering with the global Dota 2 community, both in-person and virtually, to celebrate the elite players and amazing fandom at The International. Prepare yourselves. At long last, the battle begins.
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14 Comments on Valve Announces The International 10 Dota 2 Championships

#1
lynx29
40 million dollars in total... are you kidding me. that is insane. lmao
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#2
SamWarrick
October 7 - 10. 10-7=3 HALF - LIFE 3 CONFIRMED!!!!
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#3
sepheronx
lynx2940 million dollars in total... are you kidding me. that is insane. lmao
better start getting good at DOTA there.

We should form our own DOTA team. Call it the "Welfare Boys"

So what is DOTA again?
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#4
djisas
sepheronxbetter start getting good at DOTA there.

We should form our own DOTA team. Call it the "Welfare Boys"

So what is DOTA again?
A game played by russians, cyka blyat, and where you risk loosing your friends...
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#5
mtcn77
I don't like the graphics of the update to the original, but the first tournament movie was the best full picture movie, imho. Everything about it was heart felt.
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#6
Th3pwn3r
djisasA game played by russians, cyka blyat, and where you risk loosing your friends...
It's played by most of the world. And there's no reason you'd risk "loosing" your friends .
sepheronxbetter start getting good at DOTA there.

We should form our own DOTA team. Call it the "Welfare Boys"

So what is DOTA again?
Dota is a game with a steep learning curve that takes years to even start being decent at it. I have a lot of years into it and I'm still trash tier lol. I was 4700mmr a long time ago but that was my peak.
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#7
mtcn77
Th3pwn3rIt's played by most of the world. And there's no reason you'd risk "loosing" your friends .
You missed the joke. They become russians. :rolleyes:
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#8
sepheronx
mtcn77You missed the joke. They become russians. :rolleyes:
I'm already Russian, so can't become something I already am.
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#9
Th3pwn3r
mtcn77You missed the joke. They become russians. :rolleyes:
It wasn't a good joke.
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#10
mtcn77
sepheronxI'm already Russian, so can't become something I already am.
You're the exception that proves the rule.
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#11
sepheronx
Th3pwn3rIt wasn't a good joke.
Yeah, I agree. Humor is rather lacking here.
mtcn77You're the exception that proves the rule.
What rule?
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#12
mtcn77
sepheronxWhat rule?
Well that was an idiom, too.
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#13
djisas
I have played upwards of 800H and still wasn't particularly good at it, loosing friends is somewhat of a joke too, but not far from reality either...
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#14
Th3pwn3r
djisasI have played upwards of 800H and still wasn't particularly good at it, loosing friends is somewhat of a joke too, but not far from reality either...
800 hours is nothing in Dota lol.
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