How much is the prize pool for Dota 2s The International 2022s?

How much is the prize pool for Dota 2s The International 2022s? ...

Valve releases a battle pass that brings new content to Dota 2 players around the world, as a way to crowdfund the game's biggest competitionThe International.

According to Esports Earnings, TI has remained in the top six spots on the largest overall esports prize pools dating back to TI5 in 2015. This includes TI10 being the first $40 million esports tournament ever, a step down from TI1's $1 million in 2011 when the Dota 2s competitive scene was just beginning.

The TI11s battle pass is developing a different timetable than the other Valves Dota money maker's previous versions, with the first release scheduled for September 1 rather than the usual May to June timetable. This is due to a different method of coding the content, which will be divided into Part I and Part II after TI11 finishes.

This is an important distinction to make as TI11 will run throughout most of October and the different release date leaves little time for the community to really push the envelope when it comes to previous records. But here is a tracker for just how much has been raised for The International 2022.

What is the prize pool for Dota 2s The International 2022s?

Before we get into the details, it is important to be aware of how the altered dates interplay with the TI11 prize pool.

Part I of the 2022 battle pass will run from September 1 to November 2. During that time, 25 percent of all purchases related to the battle pass or Level Bundles will be fed into the TI11 prize pool, with no limit on how much may be contributed.

Valve and the community have exhibited this 25 percent pay-in in every season since 2011, which has helped TI set a new prize pool record in every season since 2011.

Valve will cease contributing to TI11's prize pool when Part I of the battle pass closes on November 2, and Part II will launch on November 3 and add even more content for Dota players to enjoy; none of the purchases here will be recycled in the competitive community.

Many fans believe that Valve is holding content out of Part I in order to increase the value of the second half of the battle pass, allowing the company to earn more without losing a portion to TI.

TI11's prize pool is still on pace to surpass the $40,018,195 raised in less than 24 hours after the launch of the battle pass, but there is always a chance.

The overall prize pool for TI11 is shown here, with frequent updates as new milestones are achieved.

  • $10,067,686 as of 12am CT on Sept. 9
    • $8,467,686 contributed to $1.6 million base
  • $8,467,686 contributed to $1.6 million base
  • $8,467,686 contributed to $1.6 million base