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Nearly a day after the Battle Pass release, Dota 2’s TI11 Prize Pool reaches $6.5 million

Valve’s long-awaited Dota 2 TI11 Battle Pass kicked off yesterday, sounding the arrival of the most prestige Dota 2 tournament, The International. The countdown has officially started, and there are 42 days left until the event begins. But before that, let’s talk prize pool, as 25% of every Battle Pass purchase before the conclusion of TI 2022 goes towards it.

Almost a day after the Battle Pass launched, the current prize pool reached up to $6.5 million. Having plenty of rewards & treasures to offer, including a new good-looking Faceless Void and Razor arcana, it seems the fans have already approved its contents

Keep in mind that there are more than 42 days left until the tournament ends. This sensation will also continue while the tourney lasts, with a usual discount offer on Battle Pass in between. This always brings additional motivation to players once the tourney starts. On September 1st, Dota 2’s TI11 Battle Pass came to life, filled with new surprises, cosmetics, and other particular additions that are seemingly making the game look more alive.

The International is an annual esports world championship tournament for Dota 2, hosted and produced by the game’s developer, Valve. The elite esports event is considered a sacred place for all Dota 2 players, and every player’s dream is to qualify for this event and reach the best possible ranking. Last but not least, TI 2022 will probably pile up a massive prize pool, based on its gradual increase and consistency over the past years.

How much have you contributed to the official prize pool so far?


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