Renowned analyst Ben 'Noxville' Stinewisen showed the works of his work. He analyzed the winning odds of the remaining teams at The International 10 and compiled a table of contenders for the TI10 title. PSG.LGD are the main favorites of the event from all the remaining teams. Now, according to the table from Noxville, their chances of winning equate to 47.04%. Secret, of course, are in the top two and Bend estimates their chances at 35.97%. In third place is Vici Gaming, whose probability of winning is estimated at 7.04%. Team Spirit is in the top 4 according to Bend Steenuizen. Yaroslav 'Miposhka' Naidyonov and his teammates have an approximate 5.72% chance if the data from Noxville are to be trusted. The top five is closed by another Chinese team, Invictus Gaming. The outsider has a 4.24% chance of winning.
Noxville odds table
The playoff matches began on 12 October. Earlier, following the results of the group stage, Thunder Predator and SG Esports completed their path in the championship. Elephant, beastcoast, Team Aster, Team Undying, Fnatic, Quincy Crew, Alliance, Evil Geniuses, T1, OG and Virtus.pro also joined the list of those who left the tournament. The latter, by the way, were escorted to the exit by their fellow countrymen Team Spirit, who beat VP with a score of 2-1. Virtus.pro's sixth-place curse still hadn't been lifted.
In one of the previous articles, we talked about Team Spirit's victory over Virtus.pro in more detail. If you missed this news, you can fill the knowledge gap by clicking on this link. Meanwhile, Russian-speaking analyst Yaroslav 'NS' Kuznetsov with his show STARper Hub was able to set a new personal record on his Twitch channel. You can read about it here.
The International 10 Interim Results
- 1st place: TBD - $ 18,208,300 (45.5%)
- 2nd place: TBD - $ 5,202,400 (13%)
- 3rd place: TBD - $ 3,601,600 (9%)
- 4th place: TBD - $ 2,401,100 (6%)
- 5th-6th place: Virtus.pro - $ 1,400,600 (3.5%)
- 5th-6th place: Invictus Gaming/Vici Gaming - $ 1,400,600 (3.5%)
- 7th-8th place: OG - $ 1,000,500 (2.5%)
- 7th-8th place: T1 - $ 1,000,500 (2.5%)
- 9th-12th place: Fnatic - $ 800,400 (2%)
- 9th-12th place: Quincy Crew - $ 800,400 (2%)
- 9th-12th place: Alliance - $ 800,400 (2%)
- 9th-12th place: Evil Geniuses - $ 800,400 (2%)
- 13th-16th place: Team Undying - $ 600,300 (1.5%)
- 13th-16th place: Team Aster - $ 600,300 (1.5%)
- 13th-16th place: beastcoast - $ 600,300 (1.5%)
- 13th-16th place: Elephant - $ 600,300 (1.5%)
- 17th-18th place: Thunder Predator - $ 100,000 (0.25%)
- 17th-18th place: SG Esports - $ 100,000 (0.25%)
The International 2021 kicked off on October 7 and ends on the 17th. The total prize fund of the championship is $ 40,018,195, and 18 best teams in the world, representing six playing regions: North America, South America, CIS, Europe, Southeast Asia and China, are engaged in its distribution. 12 teams made it to The International thanks to the required number of rating points gained during the Dota Pro Circuit 2020/2021 season. The remaining six participants became the best in the regional qualifications.