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  1. E fain al doilea , doar ca vreau sa fie scris GL ,
  2. Valve indefinitely delays Dota 2’s The International 2020 Valve’s annual Dota 2 championship is the latest event impacted by COVID-19 One of the biggest esports events in the world has been indefinitely delayed amidst the coronavirus pandemic. Developer Valve announced on Thursday that the 2020 edition of the Dota 2 tournament, known as The International, that was set to take place at the Ericsson Globe arena in Stockholm this August will no longer happen this summer and may be pushed back until 2021. In fact, Valve says it simply doesn’t know when it can announce concrete dates going forward. “We have been exploring various date possibilities, but it is likely that the event will need to happen in 2021. Given the highly volatile landscape for local gathering restrictions, virus trajectory, and global travel policies, we don’t expect to have enough confidence to communicate firm dates in the near future,” reads the company’s announcement posted to the Dota 2 blog. “In the meantime, we are working on restructuring the DPC season for the fall, and will be providing more information as soon as we have it.” The International, which has run annually since 2011, is not only one of the most popular competitive gaming events globally, but also the most lucrative. Last year’s edition, which took place in Shanghai, boasted a prize pool of more than $30 million, topping the record-breaking pool from the first annual Fortnite World Cup. Valve says it still intends to draw its prize pool from sales of its Dota 2 seasonal battle pass, but that it will be releasing the battle pass “soon” instead of closer to the event itself, given the circumstances. “However, with our team working from home and things taking longer to complete, the release date of the Battle Pass will be at least a couple of weeks later than usual,” the company says. Valve’s tournament is just the latest in a long line of esports events forced to shift operations. The Overwatch League, with kicked off earlier this year with big ambitions to host home and away games all over the globe, moved to an online-only format alongside the Call of Duty League, while a major League of Legends league shifted games to an online format, too. Everyone from broadcasters to fans have been impacted in some way. Earlier today, Epic Games announced that it would no longer host a 2020 Fortnite World Cup as it shifts all of its competitive circuit for the battle royale shooter to an online-only structure. Here’s Valve’s announcement in full: After extensive consideration of the global health emergency stemming from COVID-19, we have made the difficult choice to delay The International. We have been exploring various date possibilities, but it is likely that the event will need to happen in 2021. Given the highly volatile landscape for local gathering restrictions, virus trajectory, and global travel policies, we don’t expect to have enough confidence to communicate firm dates in the near future. In the meantime, we are working on restructuring the DPC season for the fall, and will be providing more information as soon as we have it. The 10th International prize pool will be funded by 25% of sales of the next Battle Pass, which we are planning to release soon instead of closer to the event itself. However, with our team working from home and things taking longer to complete, the release date of the Battle Pass will be at least a couple of weeks later than usual. We hope everyone in the Dota community is staying as safe as possible, and look forward to a time when we can once again welcome everyone to enjoy the spectacle of The International.
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  5. WePlay! is running an online event featuring seven top teams from around the world March 20-26th. The folks at WePlay! are at it again with another event promising to deliver big results. This time, they will be delivering over $120,000 to charities in an effort to fight Coronavirus. The Coronavirus pandemic has done a number on Dota 2 and esports events overall —and there are no signs of the widespread impact slowing down or stopping in the near future. With ESL One Los Angeles Major being postponed, EPICENTER Major and DotaPit Minor being canceled by Valve and other events being moved or put on hold, WePlay! is looking to not just fill that space, but also do something constructive with it. 24 teams will be competing — four teams per each of the six regions —for the $20,000 prize pool for their respective region. The prize, plus donations from sponsors and viewers, will then be donated to charity. The event will take place between March 20-26th, held exclusively online. WeSave! Current Confirmed Teams: EHOME Invictus Gaming TNC Predator Geek Fam BOOM ID Virtus.pro HellRaisers Team Secret Nigma Esports Team Liquid NoPing esports FURIA esports Beastcoast Thunder Predator Business Associates
  6. VIDEO: S1MPLE - MVP OF IEM KATOWICE 2020 Our moviemaker Pablo "Nickos" Sanabria put together a highlight reel of Aleksandr "s1mple" Kostyliev's plays at IEM Katowice 2020, where he earned the 10th MVP of his career. s1mple averaged a 1.33 rating over 18 maps played in Katowice, outclassing the opposition at the event while also standing out in the grand final against G2, where he posted a 1.52 rating in the 3-0 victory. The Ukrainian stood out in a number of statistical categories aside just rating, being one of the top five on 13 leaderboards including those for KDD (+119), Damage Difference per Round (+21.4), Kills per Round (0.83) and Success in Opening Duels (73.8%). The IEM Katowice MVP medal is the tenth one of s1mple's career, seeing him now tied with Christopher "GeT_RiGhT" Alesund and Kenny "kennyS" Schrub as the players with the second-most MVP honors. Click play below to witness s1mple's best plays from the event in Poland:
  7. Dota Pro Circuit goes on for a whole year, holding several Minors and Majors. Following the tradition, this year’s concluding event of the Dota Pro Circuit will be The International 2020. This article is everything you need to know about the International 2020. Date and Location of The International 2020 The event is most likely to take place at the Ericsson Globe arena in Stockholm, Sweden. The International 2020 will be returning to Europe for the first time since the International 2011. It will be the 10th annual edition of the International, generally pronounced as TI10. The International 2020 will take place in Europe in the summer of 2020. The exact dates of the group stages are still unknown. However, Valve confirmed that the main event would kick off from August 18-23, 2020, in Stockholm, Sweden. Expected Prize Pool of The International 2020 The base prize pool of every International is 1.6 million dollars. The Battle Pass makes up most of the prize pool of the International every year.Crowdfunding also plays a vital role in the making of the prize pool, so It will most likely increase the prize pool of the event. It is entirely unpredictable as of what the total amount will be at the end of the International 2020. How Battle Pass makes the prize pool of The International so massive? Valve introduced Battle pass in 2013. It comes with a lot of features and cosmetics that attract the players. So many rewards are exclusive to only Battle Pass, which are not obtainable from anywhere else. Players spend the money and level up their Battle Passes to get those rare rewards.