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Dota 2's $33 Million Tournament Is Full Of Surprises

The International 2019, Dota 2's biggest tournament of the year, is only in its group stages, but some major upsets are already happening.


Dota 2's The International 2019 tournament is off to a roaring start after two days of group stage competition, with a slew of surprises for fans alongside some truly head-scratching moments that has made for excellent viewing all around. The International 2019 is Dota 2's annual tournament that collects the best teams from the past year of competition, pits them against some of the hottest ones in the scene that make it through qualifiers, and looks to crown a team as champion - while also making each team member an instant millionaire.

The International 2019 is the biggest esports tournament of all-time, at least when it comes to prize pool, surpassing $30 million in total prize money while simultaneously making itself a larger financial boon to its participants than the Fortnite World Cup was for its players. The International is supported through crowdfunding by Valve, with 25% of the company's Battle Pass sales included in the tournament's prize pool - which amounts this year to $31, 562,693 raised by the game's fans in support of teams battling it out on Dota 2's biggest stage. While The International is renowned for its ability to produce larger-than-life esports moments, this year's tournament already feels on another level - and fans aren't even watching the terse elimination stages yet.
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