The International 2015: Dota 2 Championships

The International 2015: Dota 2 Championships

Location:
Seattle, Washington, USA
Date:
2015-08-03 to
Game:
Prize Pool:
$18,429,613.00
Currency:
USD - US Dollar

The International Dota 2 Championship is the world's largest Dota 2 tournament, based on prize pool. This event is the fifth tournament to bear the name 'The International.' It is commonly referred to as "The International 5" or "TI5".

Tournament Results

1st
Evil Geniuses
$6,634,660.68
2nd
CDEC Gaming
$2,856,590.02
3rd
LGD Gaming
$2,211,553.56
4th
Vici Gaming
$1,566,517.11

5th-6th
EHOME
Virtus.pro
$1,197,924.85

7th-8th
MVP Phoenix
Team Secret
$829,332.59


13th-16th
MVP HOT6ix
$55,288.84

Prize Money By Country

1.China China$7,511,910.2627 Players
2.United States United States$4,069,258.555 Players
3.Canada Canada$1,581,260.804 Players
4.Pakistan Pakistan$1,326,932.141 Player
5.Ukraine Ukraine$656,094.229 Players
6.Russian Federation Russian Federation$578,689.855 Players
7.Korea, Republic of Korea, Republic of$541,830.627 Players
8.Singapore Singapore$479,169.942 Players
9.Sweden Sweden$331,733.032 Players
10.Belarus Belarus$239,584.971 Player
11.Macao Macao$239,584.971 Player
12.Germany Germany$210,097.592 Players
13.Australia Australia$165,866.521 Player
14.Estonia Estonia$165,866.521 Player
15.Malaysia Malaysia$99,519.916 Players
16.Denmark Denmark$88,462.142 Players
17.Israel Israel$44,231.071 Player
18.Mexico Mexico$44,231.071 Player
19.Romania Romania$44,231.071 Player
20.Finland Finland$11,057.771 Player


References

1.http://dota2.prizetrac.kr/international2015
The International 2015 - Dota 2 Prize Pool Tracker
Last Checked 2015-08-08 7:34:29 PM
2.http://wiki.teamliquid.net/dota2/The_International/2015
The International 2015 - Liquipedia Dota 2 Wiki
Last Checked 2015-06-24 8:07:46 PM