Eastern European dark horses Team Spirit shocked the world by ending back-to-back defending TI champions OG's hopes for a three-peat.
Back-to-back defending TI champions OG had their hopes for a three-peat ended after getting upset by Team Spirit in a 2-0 sweep in their elimination match.
North America's hopes of winning The International fizzled as Vici Gaming staged a stunning comeback against EG.
OG's star midlaner stepped up when his team needed him the most to fuel a much-needed 2-0 win over Quincy Crew in the lower bracket.
Team Spirit eliminated Southeast Asia's Fnatic before back-to-back defending TI champions OG bounced back from their surprising loss the day before.
The Main Event of The International 10 (TI10) kicked off with some surprising results as defending champions OG dropped to the lower bracket.
This year's media day at The International Dota 2 Championships was held virtually because of the coronavirus pandemic. Here's what some of the teams had to say, including PSG.LGD's NothingToSay on Tinker, Undying's MoonMeander on giving back to the community, VG's Dy on the team's smaller hero pool, and Team Secret's Puppey on the DPC.
We've scoured through all 144 games that were played in the Group Stage to find who are the metagame-defining heroes from TI10's preliminary round.
According to Fnatic, Upset was "forced to return home" and the organisation requested that the player's “privacy be respected”.
It was the end of the road for South American teams SG Esports and Thunder Predator as they were both eliminated from TI10.
IG were the undisputed juggernauts through the first two days of action in Group A, where they had nine wins and just one loss heading into day three.
LNG and DFM finished the first round of the Play-ins at the top of their respective groups, which automatically qualified them for the Group Stage.
While OG absolutely dominated game one, EG were able to pull off an impressive comeback in game two to force the series to a 1-1 draw.
The announcement was made by Riot Games on following a thorough investigation completed by its Internal Competitive Operations Team.
Tinker has appeared six times in the 80 games that have been played in the TI10 Group Stage thus far, with the hero getting picked by the following four teams: PSG.LGD, OG, Undying and SG Esports.
Day 2 at The International Dota 2 Championships 10 saw Chinese teams IG and VG pull ahead of their groups. Here's a recap of the results.
OG's superstar carry player flexed with his fearsome Clinkz as his team made short work of their first group stage opponent.
Yahoo Esports SEA got a few of our SEA players from Team SMG, Nigma Galaxy SEA and Polaris Esports to share with us who they're supporting at TI10, and which region they think will do well.
The Yahoo Esports Southeast Asia team give their predictions on which team will claim the championship, which team will have a breakout performance, which hero will define the meta, and more.
Whether you're a die-hard Dota 2 fan, casual MOBA enjoyer, or even a newcomer to esports altogether, you wouldn't want to miss out on this event. Read on for everything you need to know about TI10:
The champions of TI10 will claim exactly US$18,208,300 as well as the coveted Aegis of Champions to serve as proof of them being the best Dota 2 team in the world.
OG revealed last Friday (1 October) that there was a chance Ceb would have to miss playing in TI10 as he was still recovering from an emergency eye surgery.