Dota 2 The International 11: Dates, Schedule, Results, Format, Prize Pool, and Where to Watch

Alisa Barladyan
08 Oct 2022

The International 11 will be the biggest edition of the yearly Dota 2 competition yet, with 30 teams competing over the course of three weeks.

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Dota 2 TI 11:

Dota 2 TI 11: Dates of tournament

The Main Stage play will begin on October 12, and Group Stage last chance qualifiers will continue from October 8 to 12. The two best Dota 2 squads worldwide will then compete for the Aegis and their portions of the $13,220,830 and rising prize pool on October 15 when the group stage begins. The final will be in Singapore Indoor Stadium this year, bringing the event to SouthEast Asia for the first time ever. This is also the Largest Dota 2 tournament ever with 30 teams expected to participate, 20 in the main event.

8-12 October 2022Last Chance Qualifiers
15th - 18th October 2022Group Stage
20-23 October 2022Main Event playoffs
29-30 October 2022Main Event finals

The International 2022 format

Comparing this year's competition to past editions of The International, the format will be different. The Group games will be performed in a crowd-free environment this year. Playing takes place from 15th October to 18th October during the Group Stages. Four teams from each of the two groups of the twenty teams will be eliminated.

A total of 20 teams will compete for the Aegis of Champions during the Group Stage, including 12 teams that qualified through DPC, six teams qualified via regional competitions, and two teams that will proceed from the Last Chance Qualifiers.

This year, Valve will split the twenty squads into groups of ten each, with each group playing its opponents once. The top four teams from each group advance to the Upper Bracket of the Main show, with all games being played as a BO2. Additionally, the first playoff opponent for these clubs may be chosen.

The last two squads from each group will be eliminated from the competition, while the other teams will advance to the Lower Bracket.

From October 20 to October 23, The Main Event will also take place in the Suntec Convention Centre in Singapore. The teams will have time to rest from October 24 to October 28 before travelling to the Singapore Indoor Stadium for the Finals on 28th and 29th October.

16 teams will compete in a double-elimination tournament in the Main Event. Eight of these teams will compete in the Lower Bracket, and eight will compete in the Upper Bracket. All games, with the exception of two sets of games, will be played as a BO3. The opening game in the Lower Bracket shall be a BO1, and the Grand Finals will be a standard five-match series.

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Prize pool of TI 2022

In-game cosmetics, features, and participation in fantasy tournaments are all sold by Valve, with a percentage of the proceeds going to the international prize fund and the teams' own expenses. Due to this, they have been able to generate significant funds and profit greatly in the process. The Dota 2 community appears to perceive expanding the event's prize fund as both a need and a source of pride. This provides lots of incentive for the reward fund, which is always growing.

The biggest prize so far was last year's International 10 since it reached $40 million. The International 11 so far has reached $13,220,830 as per October 2022.

$1.6 MillionValve
The restPurchased in game battle passes

Teams of the International 11

team spirit

The already qualified teams for the Dota 2 ,The International 11, are:

  • OG;
  • PSG.LGD;
  • Thunder Awaken;
  • Team Spirit;
  • Team Aster;
  • Team Spirit;
  • BOOM Esports;
  • Beastcoast;
  • TSM;
  • Tundra Esports;
  • Evil Geniuses;
  • Fnatic;
  • Gaimin Gladiators;
  • Soniqs (NA);
  • Hokori (SA);
  • Talon Esports(SEA);
  • BetBoom Team (EU East);
  • Entity Esports (EU West);
  • Last Chance Qualifier winner;
  • Last Chance qualifier first runners up;

This is how the main event will line up this month.

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Last Chance Qualifiers

12 teams will be battling at the Last chance playoffs scheduled for October 8-12th 2022. The two groups include two teams from each region who finished first and second runners up in the regional qualifiers. The event will be held in Singapore.The groups are:

Group A

  • Natus Vincere(Europe East);
  • Nouns(North America);
  • Polaris Esports(South East Asia);
  • Team Secret(Europe East);
  • Tempest(South America);
  • Vici Gaming(China);

Group B

  • T1(South East Asia);
  • Infamous(South America);
  • Team Liquid(Europe West);
  • Xtreme Gaming(China);
  • Wild Card Gaming(North America);

Dota 2 The International 11: Schedule of Play

Last Chance Qualifiers Day 1

MatchGroupDateTime (GMT +3)
Tempest vs Team SecretA8th October, Saturday5am
Nouns vs Natus VincereA8th October, Saturday5am
Team Liquid vs Xtreme GamingB8th October, Saturday5am
Infamous vs Virtus.proB8th October, Saturday5am
T1 vs Team LiquidB8th October, Saturday7:30am
Natus Vincere vs Polaris EsportsA8th October, Saturday7:30am
Wildcard Gaming vs Xtreme GamingB8th October, Saturday7:30am
Team Secret vs Vici GamingA8th October, Saturday7:30am
Polaris Esports vs NounsA8th October, Saturday10am
Vici Gaming vs TempestA8th October, Saturday10am vs Wildcard Gaming
B8th October, Saturday10am
Infamous vs T1B8th October, Saturday10am vs Xtreme GamingB8th October, Saturday12:30 pm
Tempest vs Natus VincereA8th October, Saturday12:30 pm
Infamous vs Team LiquidB8th October, Saturday12:30 pm
Nouns vs Team SecretA8th October, Saturday12:30 pm
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October 9 fixtures

MatchGroupTime (GMT +3)
Vici Gaming vs NounsA5am
Team Secret vs Polaris EsportsA5am
Team Liquid vs Wildcard GamingB5am
T1 vs Xtreme GamingB5am
Natus Vincere vs Vici GamingA7:30am
Tempest vs NounsA7:30am
Team Liquid vs Virtus.proB7:30am
Infamous Gaming vs Xtreme GamingB7:30am
Natus Vincere vs Team SecretA10am
Tempest vs Polaris EsportsA10am
Infamous Gaming vs Wildcard GamingB10am
T1 vs Virtus.proB10am
Vici Gaming vs Polaris EsportsA12:30pm
T1 vs Wildcard GamingB12:30pm

Dota 2 The International 11: Results

Results are unavailable at the moment since the tournament has not yet started, however the results will be updated as soon as we get them. 

Where to watch Dota 2 The International 11

The Dota 2 TI Twitch account will stream live coverage of The International 11. Additionally, the event will be live streamed on the Dota 2 YouTube account. Fans can also watch the games live on the in-game client in the "Watch" area if they have the Dota 2 game downloaded and installed on their computers.

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