The International 2018: Dota 2 Championships

The International 2018: Dota 2 Championships

Vancouver, Canada
2018-08-15 to
Prize Pool:
USD - US Dollar

Dota 2's The International 2018 (or TI8) is the conclusion of the first ever Dota 2 pro circuit (or DPC). This is where legacies are made for the players that win with life changing money. The International 2018 was the largest prize pool ever in esports, topping in at over 25 million $.

Prize Money By Country

1.Finland Finland$4,851,113.603 Players
2.China China$4,302,172.0027 Players
3.Denmark Denmark$3,012,797.003 Players
4.Australia Australia$2,272,363.802 Players
5.France France$2,246,831.601 Player
6.Malaysia Malaysia$1,200,012.404 Players
7.Russian Federation Russian Federation$1,148,948.207 Players
8.Sweden Sweden$817,029.604 Players
9.United States United States$740,432.807 Players
10.Israel Israel$663,836.602 Players
11.Pakistan Pakistan$663,836.602 Players
12.Germany Germany$587,240.002 Players
13.Jordan Jordan$587,240.002 Players
14.Canada Canada$561,708.002 Players
15.Ukraine Ukraine$510,643.604 Players
16.Bulgaria Bulgaria$357,450.401 Player
17.Lebanon Lebanon$357,450.401 Player
18.Estonia Estonia$229,789.601 Player
19.Philippines Philippines$178,725.407 Players
20.Singapore Singapore$76,596.601 Player
21.Thailand Thailand$76,596.601 Player
22.Brazil Brazil$51,064.004 Players
23.Macao Macao$25,532.201 Player
24.Romania Romania$12,766.001 Player


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