The DOTA 2 International Championships will be held in Bucharest, Romania, in October this year due to the government's refusal to classify the tournament as a "special sporting event".
Valve has been working with Sweden since 2019 to secure the 10th DOTA 2 International Championship in 2020. The program went viral, but the company assured him that Stockholm will go straight to Stockholm and visit Stockholm, where this year's tournament will qualify for the same Exemptions are like other elite sports. Covid-19 restrictions for visas to travel to Sweden, including players, talented and employees, may be refused. Valve's appeal was unsuccessful, and while last-minute efforts were being made to reach an agreement, the company eventually decided to move on.
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The tournament is now taking place at the largest stadium in Romania: the 55,634 Arena Nationala in the capital, Bucharest. Players will compete for their $40 million prize pool at the start of the event on October 7, with the group stage ending on October 10, the main event beginning on October 12, and the final on October 17.
“We are grateful for our partnership with Romania and the city of Bucharest, and look forward to meeting with the global Dota 2 community, in person and online, to celebrate elite gamers and their magic.” Valve said. "Get ready. Finally the battle begins."
Ticket information will be available soon and you can expect some of the Covid-19 rules in the tournament. L/C: Roman Kosolabov
DOTA 2 International is now being held in the largest stadium in Romania
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