The International Dota 2 Championships resembles the Super Bowl of esports, and it wraps up today with three finalists battling for the lion’s offer of a record $24 million prize pool.
The Dota 2 occasion happens beginning at 10 am Saturday at the KeyArena in Seattle, Washington. The play starts in an elimination round amongst LFY and TeamLiquid. Following that match, the victor will confront Newbee in the best of five Grand Finals.
So far this week, 16 groups fought each other in Valve’s multiplayer online fight field (MOBA) diversion. The seventh yearly occasion has a satchel that is the biggest in all of esports, as the pool is made by the fans themselves, as Valve offers virtual things that fans can buy to help the aggregate. A year ago’s pool was $20.7 million.