Dota 2’s The International continues to set records in the esports world. The prize pool for The International 2020 has now soared past the $30 million mark.
Although there won’t be a TI this year the Battle Pass continues to be right on course to break records yet again. The crowd funded prize pool has now surpassed $30 million and looks to be on track to surpass last year’s $34,3 million.
$30 Million — The International 10 now has the second largest prize pool for any single tournament in the history of esports headed for the top spot currently held by TI9. #TI10 #Dota2 pic.twitter.com/Cc9hQCXXuE
— Wykrhm Reddy (@wykrhm) July 27, 2020
With the Battle Pass continously releasing new content with several rewards still in the pipeline, Valve has once again hit a gold mine. The release of Aghanim’s Labyrinth has been met with enthusiasm from the crowd just as the release of the second treasure series.
— DOTA 2 (@DOTA2) July 24, 2020
Especially the “Baby Ursa” from the treasure series has taken over the community by storm with many people spending excessive amounts of money to get a shot at the Ultra Rare.
With the current pace TI10’s prize pool looks more than on track to break last year’s $34,3 million to set yet another record year for Dota 2. Apparently not even a pandemic can stop the community’s wallets.
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