After a year without TI, The International 10 is finally on the horizon. Following a grueling year of Dota Pro Circuit events, teams are now ready to compete for the biggest prize pool in Dota 2 and the largest ever in esports. The Group Stage will take place from Oct 7-10 with the Main Stage continuing from Oct 12-17.
TI10 was originally scheduled to run. This would see the Group Stage will last from August 5th — August 8th. Meanwhile, the Main Event would run from August 10th — August 15th. The Grand Finals would take place on the last...
Get updated Ti qualifier
The qualifiers will use a double-elimination tournament format, with upper division teams and higher-ranked lower division teams starting in ti qualifier upper bracket while the remaining teams start in the lower bracket. Only one team will be able to qualify for The International 10 from each region. Valve has allowed teams to make roster changes, which has resulted in a handful of all-new squads.
Fantastic Five There is a whole lot of intrigue in the qualifiers to the CIS region. Can Team Spirit get it together and live up to its potential? The lineup looks the part of a potential...
Added tags related to Ti qualifier
- The International: When Is TI and Who Has Qualified?
- The International 2021
- TI10 qualifier predictions open, here are the best picks
- TI10 Europe Regional Qualifier: Schedule, results, format, where to watch
- The International 10: Western Europe Qualifier
- The International
- TI 10 Predictions for the Western Europe Qualifier