The International remains the most rewarding e-sports competition for at any rate one more year, with a prize pool that developed to more than $30 million throughout the end of the week.
Valve’s monstrous Dota 2 competition, which is heading into its ninth annual iteration, includes a prize pool that is to a great extent crowdfunded, a convention dating back to 2013. Back in May, Valve released a “battle pass” for the game, which is accessible at various tiers and gains players extraordinary highlights like uncommon in-game cosmetics and exceptional limited occasions. A fourth of that cash is utilized to fill out the prize pool for Dota 2’s greatest competition of the year. A year ago’s occasion, which occurred in Vancouver, highlighted a then-record $25.5 million purse.
The $30 million achievement is especially outstanding on the grounds that it helps The International to remain the greatest e-sports on earth — in any event as far as prize cash, in spite of a forceful new contender. A year ago, Epic reserved $100 million to help transform Fortnite into a viable competitive game, and that incorporated a $30 million prize pool for the upcoming Fortnite World Cup, which happens in New York from July 26th–28th.
The International 2019, in the interim, commences on August 20th in Shanghai.
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