Dota 2 International 2021 Prize Pool crosses $40 Million

Noteworthy Victors


OG’s epic Cinderella run ended in the TI8 grand final, as they overcame Chinese team PSG. 3-2 in favor of LGD. OG took home the ultimate prize of US$11,234,158 from the prize pool of US$25,532,177 at TI8.

Valve’s first-ever two-time back-to-back champion in OG was crowned at the International 2019. In the grand final, Johan “N0tail” Sunstein and the rest of OG defeated Team Liquid 3-1. From TI9’s gigantic $34,330,068 prize pool, OG received the main prize of US$15,620,181.

Evil Geniuses

After defeating the Chinese side CDEC Gaming 3-1 in the fifth annual edition of The International, Evil Geniuses became North America’s first winner.


Valve also opted to split up the prize pool for TI5 so that all competing teams would walk away with a sizable sum of money.

Evil Geniuses took home US$6,634,661, the lion’s share of the $18,429,613 prize pool at TI5.

Team Liquid

The corporation chose to raise the number of teams from 16 to 18 in 2017. The European squad Team Liquid won TI7 after sweeping Chinese team Newbee 3-0 in the final.


From the total prize pool of US$24,787,916 at TI7, Team Liquid took home the grand prize of US$10,862,683.

NaVi Dendi and Notail were two of the first superstars when it came to Dota 2. Therefore, they are justified honorable mentions.

As we are approaching the end of the article, we will touch upon the fate of Dota2-


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