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The International is the mecca of Dota 2.

With The International 10 only a few days away, we’ve decided to take a trip down memory lane by revisiting every team that has won the Dota 2 world championship.

This list also shows just how much the tournament has monetarily grown throughout the years, for Valve and the community have consistently pushed to increase the total prize money in each succeeding tournament.

What is The International?

The International is Valve’s annual Dota 2 world championship tournament where the best Dota 2 teams battle it out for the title and one of the biggest prize pools in all of esports.

This year’s TI10 boasts a whopping US$40,018,195 prize pool, where the winner will take home US$18,208,300. TI is the tournament every professional Dota 2 player hopes to win someday in their career.

Every team that has won The International

(Last updated October 17, 2021)

EVENTWINNERSGRAND PRIZE EARNINGSTI1Natus VincereUS$1 millionTI2Invictus GamingUS$1 millionTI3AllianceUS$1,437,190TI4NewbeeUS$5,025,029TI5Evil GeniusesUS$6,634,661TI6Wings GamingUS$9,139,002TI7Team LiquidUS$10,862,683TI8OGUS$11,234,158TI9OGUS$15,620,181TI10Team SpiritUS$18,208,300

TI1 winner: Natus Vincere

TI1 champions: Natus Vincere’s Dendi, Artstyle, Puppey, and XBOCT
Credit: Valve Corporation

TI1 took place at GamesCom in Cologne, Germany, where CIS squad Natus Vincere won the first-ever The International in 2011 by defeating EHOME 3-1.

The team included Dota 2 legend Clement “Puppey” Ivanov, who is the only player in history to participate in every TI.

Na’Vi took home the US$1 million grand prize from TI1’s US$1.6 million prize pool. 

TI2 winner: Invictus Gaming

TI2 champions: Invictus Gaming’s ChuaN, YYF, Ferrari_430, Faith, and Zhou
Credit: Valve Corporation

TI2 was held at Benaroya Hall in Seattle, Washington, where China’s Invictus Gaming won The International 2012 by defeating last year’s TI1 champions, Natus Vincere, 3-1.

Invictus Gaming brought home the US$1 million grand prize from TI2’s US$1.6 million prize pool.

TI3 winner: Alliance

TI3 champions: Alliance’s Loda, s4, EGM, Akke, and AdmiralBulldog
Credit: Valve Corporation

TI3 was the event where the tournament organizers introduced Dota 2’s Compendium, which increased the base prize pool by US$2.50 each time someone purchased it.

The following tournament featured one of the most thrilling grand final matches between European team Alliance and TI1 championship squad Natus Vincere.

In one of the most action-packed matches in TI history, Alliance eventually defeated Natus Vincere 3-1, and single-handedly booted Dota 2’s popularity around the world.

Alliance took home the US$1,437,190 grand prize from TI3’s US$$2,874,380 prize pool.

TI4 winner: Newbee

TI4 champions: Newbee’s Banana, Mu, Hau, xiao8, and SanSheng
Credit: Valve Corporation

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With Dota 2 and The International growing in popularity, the company moved the tournament to KeyArena in Seattle, Washington.

This was where China reasserted its dominance, after Newbee defeated Vici Gaming in the grand final with a 3-1 score.

Newbee earned US$5,025,029 in prize money from TI4’s US$$10,923,977 total prize pool.

TI5 winner: Evil Geniuses

TI5 champions: UNiVeRsE, Aui_2000, ppd, fear, SumaiL
Credit: Valve Corporation

The fifth annual edition of The International marked North America’s first win after Evil Geniuses defeated Chinese squad CDEC Gaming, 3-1.

TI5 was also the year Valve decided to change the event’s prize allocation by spreading it out so that all participating teams would walk away with a significant amount of money.

Evil Geniuses won US$6,634,661 which was the lion’s share of TI5’s Prize pool’s $18,429,613 prize pool.

TI6 winner: Wings Gaming

TI6 champions: Wings Gaming’s Faith_bian, iceice, shadow, y`, and bLink
Credit: Valve Corporation

The International 2016 was the third consecutive year that Valve hosted the tournament at KeyArena. This was also the year where the Dota 2 game developers decided to switch out the Compendium for the Battle Pass, which contributed 25% of its total proceeds to the event’s prize pool.

TI6 featured the tournament’s third Chinese TI winner, Wings Gaming, who emerged victorious over Digital Chaos 3-1 in the grand final.

Wings Gaming won the US$9,139,002 grand prize taken from TI6’s $20,770,460 prize pool.

TI7 winner: Team Liquid

TI7 champions: Team Liquid’s KoroKy, MATUMBAMAN, MinD_ContRoL, Miracle-, and GH
Credit: Valve Corporation

In 2017, the company decided to increase the total number of teams from 16 to 18. TI7 was won by European squad Team Liquid after they swept Chinese squad Newbee, 3-0, in the grand final.

Team Liquid took home the US$10,862,683 grand prize from TI7’s US$$24,787,916 prize pool.

TI8 winner: OG

TI8 champions: N0tail, Ceb, Topson, Jerax, and Ana
Credit: Valve Corporation

The International 2018 made its way to Vancouver, Canada, and showcased Valve’s new point-based system within the DPC Major and Minor tournaments. These points decided which teams qualified for TI8.

The grand final completed OG’s historic Cinderella run as they defeated Chinese squad PSG.LGD, 3-2. OG won the US$11,234,158 grand prize from TI8’s US$25,532,177 prize pool.

TI9 winner: OG

TI9 champions: OG’s N0tail
Credit: Valve Corporation

The International 2019 was a historic event, where Valve crowned its first-ever two-time back-to-back champion in OG.

Johan “N0tail” Sundstein and the rest of OG defeated fellow European squad Team Liquid in the grand final 3-1.

OG was awarded the US$15,620,181 grand prize from TI9’s massive $34,330,068 prize pool.

TI10 winner: Team Spirit

TI10 champions: Team Spirit’s Mira, Collapse, TORONTOTOKYO
Credit: Valve

After The International taking a hiatus in 2020 due to the COVID-19 global pandemic, Valve hosted the tournament in the following year and crowned Team Spirit as its TI10 champions.

Team Spirit became the first Russian team to win the Aegis of the Immortal by defeating Chinese powerhouse team PSG.LGD 3-2 in the grand final.

The CIS squad won the US$18,208,300 grand prize, which was the lion’s share of TI10’s US$40 million prize pool, the largest in esports history.

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[NEW] Dota 2 The International 2018 Predictions Compilation: By Merlini, Tobiwan And More! | dota 2 international 2018 – Vietnamnhanvan

In about a week or so the group stages for The Internation will begin and we will get to see some really good Dota 2. There are a lot of teams this time are looking strong to claim the Aegis of Immortal. Now one important thing which remains between Dota 2 and the community is the predictions. Here is the compilation of Dota 2 The International 2018 Predictions.

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Dota 2 The International 2018 Predictions Compilation

Shoutout to Reddit user /u/Kainaabz to make this possible. This is a compilation Dota 2 The International 2018 Predictions of many professional Dota 2 analysts and players. I could have made a table in which I copy paste the data but I would have been difficult to follow so I decided to use the predictions in my own Dota 2 game clients and take screenshots which will look easy to follow.

Following are the Dota 2 The International 2018 Predictions by famous analysts, casters, professional players and streamers. I hope you will like it.

Merlini Predictions

Ben “Merlini” Wu is a former professional DotA player, retired Dota 2 commentator and content creator. Here are his predictions for TI8

Previous Tournament correct predictions: 9

Previous Tournament battle points: 3650

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NS Predictions

Yaroslav Vladimirovich “NS” Kuznetsov is a retired professional Dota 2 player, currently working as a caster, commentator, and analyst for RuHub.

Previous Tournament correct predictions: 5

Previous Tournament battle points: 4100

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Noxville Predictions

Ben “Noxville” Steenhuisen is a South African Dota 2 statsman, doing in-game statistics, production statistics and talent preparation for various events including The International 2015, The Frankfurt Major and The Manila Major. He works as a software developer at an esports analytics company.

Previous Tournament correct predictions: 5

Previous Tournament battle points: 2000

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Purge Predictions

Kevin “Purge” Godec is an American commentator, content creator, and former professional  player. Ever since starting his YouTube channel and website  in 2011, he has been a popular figure in the community.

Previous Tournament correct predictions: 8

Previous Tournament battle points: 2900

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BafiK Predictions

Aleksey “BafiK” Bafadarov is a Russian language commentator for StarLadder.

Previous Tournament correct predictions: 4

Previous Tournament battle points: 2150

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TobiWan Predictions

Toby “TobiWan” Dawson is an freelance Australian Dota 2 commentator, most notably known previously for JoinDota.com as a co-founder and talent. A caster who has been in the esports scene for more than a decade, Tobi Wan is one of the most prominent Dota 2 casters to date and has been to every International since its inception in 2011. While initially casting Call of Duty: United Offensive games, he later ventured into Starcraft II and Heroes of Newerth and now to Dota 2. He is considered to be ‘the voice of Dota 2’ and the most emblematic caster in the scene.

He has won numerous commentator awards such as the GosuGamer’s commentator of the year three times in 2013, 2014 and 2015.

Previous Tournament correct predictions: 5

Previous Tournament battle points: 2000

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AdmiralBulldog Predictions

Henrik “AdmiralBulldog” Ahnberg is a Swedish Dota 2 player and one of the games’ most popular streamers.

Previous Tournament correct predictions: 5

Previous Tournament battle points: 4400

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SyndereN Predictions

Troels Lyngholt “syndereN” Nielsen is a Danish professional Dota 2 player who last played for Mad Lads.

In addition to being a popular player, syndereN has also co-casted with Tobi Wan for The Defense Season 1 and 2, along with a few games at The International 2012. He is well-liked for the insight he provides during the casts as well as his good chemistry with Tobi. SyndereN continued to cast games for 2014 and the first half of 2015, casting at ESL One New York, The Summit 3 and ESL One Frankfurt.

Previous Tournament correct predictions: 6

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Previous Tournament battle points: 5050

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Dota2plusz.ru Predictions

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LuCiqNo Predictions

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Gui “PDS” Pullin Predictions

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OpenDota Predictions

Previous Tournament correct predictions: 8

Previous Tournament battle points: 4550

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maelstormone Predictions

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ArcaneBet Predictions

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Dotabuff Predictions

If you have played Dota 2 then you must know about Dotabuff, it is a website which show in-depth analysis about players and games. It also has a lot of great features.

fng Predictions

Artsiom “fng” Barshack is a Belarusian professional Dota 2 player who is currently playing for Team Spirit.

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Dread Predictions

Andrey “Dread” Golubev is a former Russian Dota 2 professional player who has played for various CIS teams, including RoX, Virtus.Pro, Moscow Five, and HellRaisers.

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BSJ Predictions

Brian “BananaSlamJamma” Canavan is an American professional Dota 2 player and streamer.

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GranDGranT Predictions

Grant “GranDGranT” Harris is an English language caster and streamer from the United States. In early August, he received his maiden invite to The International 2018.

As of October 1st, 2017, he is also a streamer for Evil Geniuses.

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Gorgc Predictions

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And this concludes my compilation. Did you like Dota 2 The International 2018 predictions compilation? Let me know in the comments

 

 


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📌На первой карте для Topson берут Invoker. И это было бесподобно! Благодаря феноменальному перформансу новичка OG, игра получилась очень насыщенной, красивой и сочной! Вылазки, драки, прокасты, а на 24й минуте Evil Geniuses решили рискнуть и зайти на Рошана. Но метеор от Invoker и Black Hole от Enigma — и EG рассыпаются на глазах. Возвращаются с байбеков, Cr1t даже умудряется сделать тройное убийство на Earth Spirit, своровать Аегис, но его практически сразу выбивают и отправляют Crt1t в таверну.
Но после этой драки преимуществ OG только растёт. Решающая драка: OG через Sun Strike и Echo Slam убивают Templar Assassin и беспрепятственно поднимаются на базу Evil Geniuses. Выключают из драки остальных героев, сносят казармы и tier3 башню на центральной линии. EG ничего не могут предпринять в ответ и сдаются.
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