The International 10 Dota 2 Battle Pass

Yesterday, Valve released The International 10 Dota 2 battle pass. 25% of all sales will be going towards the prize poo and there are 3 different ways of how you can buy the Battle Pass:

On the 1st of May, Valve released a statement regarding the 10th Dota 2 TI, which revealed that they would be postponing the event until 2021 due to the current pandemic. Originally, it was to be held in Stockholm, Sweden between the 18th till the 23rd of August. Despite the event being postponed, Valve did not hesitate from releasing the Battle Pass.

Much like any other Battle Pass of any other game, The International 10 Dota 2 battle pass will consist of mainly cosmetic items which can be unlocked by progressing through the levels. If you’re not someone that likes to level up bit by bit, and you can spare a bit of cash, as listed above there are 2 other alternative ways of leveling up the Battle Pass, however it is certainly not cheap.

How much is the Prize Pool for the Dota 2 TI 10 right now?

At the time of writing the Prize Pool is at a total amount of $7,601,547, and it continues to increase rapidly, as more players are purchasing the Battle Pass. Last year, the total prize pool for The International was set at a very high number of $34,330,068, which is quite insane if you think about it. It is the largest prize pool ever for an esport, and there’s a very high chance that in 2021 it will break a new record.

If you would like to find out more information regarding the Battle Pass, kindly visit the official Dota 2 website which can be found here:

Be sure to stay tuned to to find out!

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