The International 2022 is the concluding tournament of the Dota Pro Circuit and the eleventh annual edition of The International which returns to Asia for the second time. The invite format is similar to the one used for the preceding International, whereby a point system based on officially sponsored Regional Leagues and Majors will be used to determine the teams invited to The International.
It was announced that the second and third-place teams from each region’s qualifiers will compete in the Last Chance Qualifier prior to The International to determine two additional qualification spots – thus expanding the number of teams in the group stage for this year’s International from 18 to 20 teams.
This year’s International will be the first occasion where the main event is played out on two different venues: the Playoffs at SunTec Singapore followed by the Finals at Singapore Indoor Stadium.
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How much is Dota 2’s The International 2022’s prize pool?
Every year, Valve released a battle pass that brings new content to Dota 2 players around the world and acts as a way to crowdfund the game’s biggest competition—The International.
This method of semi-fundraising has led to TI holding the top six spots on the largest overall esports prize pools dating back to TI5 in 2015, according to Esports Earnings. This includes TI10 being the first $40 million esports tournament ever, which is a far cry from TI1’s $1 million in 2011 when Dota 2’s competitive scene was just starting out.
TI11’s battle pass is working on a different timetable than some of the other recent iterations of Valve’s Dota money maker, with it being released on Sept. 1 instead of the typical May to June window. This is due to a change in how the content is being developed, as the 2022 model is split into Part I and Part II, with the latter being released after TI11 ends.
This is an important distinction to make too, as TI11 will run throughout most of October and the difference in release date doesn’t leave much time for the community to really push the envelope when it comes to previous records. But “number go up” all the same, and here is how a tracker for just how much has been raised for The International 2022.
Previous Dota 2 Internationals Price Pool Graph
All TI Prizepool -How TI 2022 Prizepool can rise up to 50M$
- The international 2015 – $16,988,316
- The International 2016 – $19,704,694
- The International 2017 – $22,081,967
- The International 2018 – $22,229,043
- The International 2019 – $30,614,719
- The International 2021 – $31,400,812
- The International 2022 – As of now the total prize pool is $13,559,359 (they might add 2021 amount which was 31,400,812 in this and make this international a 50M$ thing)
How is the TI prizepool decided?
The initial prize pool of the tournament is $1,600,000 USD.
An additional 25% of all Battle Pass sales are added to the total prize pool.
The current total prize pool is $13,558,076 USD.