Dota 2 The International 6 Prize Pool Has Crossed $10M Now!

Dota 2 The International 6 prize pool has gone beyond $10 million in just 19 days; we are expecting it to break the $20 million barrier for the first time.

Dota 2 The International 6 prize pool had crossed four million dollars just in the first 48 hours after its launch, and now, 19 days into it, Valve Corporation has managed to raise a gigantic $10 million!

Obviously this is not the final amount of prize pool that is going to be attached with Dota 2 The International 6, and that is because there still are a couple of weeks to go before the funding ends.

Just to give you an idea of what exactly you can get if you help raise money for the prize pool we are sharing below an excerpt from the highlights of The International 2016 Battle Pass, 25 percent of whose sale proceeds go directly to TI6:

Loaded with an exclusive haul of features and rewards, The International 2016 Battle Pass is here to shepherd the Dota summer season from the mayhem of the Majors to the climactic battle in Seattle. Battle Pass owners can increase their Battle Levels to earn additional Immortal Treasures and other rewards by completing Quests, winning Wagers, unlocking Community Goals, or purchasing Battle Level Bundles.

25% of all Battle Pass sales go directly to The International 2016 prize pool.

We are expecting Dota 2 The International 6 prize pool to beyond the levels of last year, which was $18,429,613, to be exact, right now thee funding stands at $10,387,736 as the Battle Pass levels up.

Different purchases that can make right now are listed below, see and tell us if there is anything you will spend money on:

Battle Pass

  • Level 1 – $9.99 USD
  • Level 50 – $26.99 USD


  • 5 Levels $2.49 USD
  • 11 Levels $4.99 USD
  • 24 Levels $9.99 USD

Valve Corporation has detailed what the rewards can be that you will get for helping increase the Dota 2 The International 6 prize pool, check it out here.

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