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The prize pool of The International 2017 is over $6,000,000

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The prize pool of The International 2017 is over $6,000,000

Valve has launched Battle Pass, which is dedicated to the largest eSports tournament ever — The International 2017.

The starting money prize of TI7 amounted $1,500,000. Less than in two days Valve, using the crowdfunding, could increase the prize pool to $5,000,000 thanks to players. The International 2017 sets all records of its predecessors. For the same time, the prize pool of The International 2016 was increased to about $4,500,000 and the prize pool of The International 2015 was increased to ~$3,800,000.

The prize pool of TI 7 is $6,000,000 at this moment. Probably the sum of TI 7 money prizes will sum more than $20,000,000. Let’s remind that the prize pool consists of 25% from the whole income from compendiums and points to Battle Pass, which are bought by players.

The statistic of prize pools of the last three The International ( the statistics gathering is done by the special website http://dota2.prizetrac.kr/international2017):

The prize pool of The International 2017 is over $6,000,000. Photo 1

The whole prize pool of TI4 was $10,931,105. It was collected in 93 days. The average income per day — $100,334.

The whole prize pool of TI5 was $18,429,613. It was collected in 101 days. The average income per day — $166,629.

The whole prize pool of TI6 was $20,770,460. It was collected in 89 days. The average income per day — $215,398.

The International 2017 shows the strongest growth of the prize pool at this moment. If it continues in the same way, according to tradition, TI7 will set a record of the yearly largest tournament in a short time and will propel Dota 2 to the new level.