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The International 2022 to feature 30 teams

Valve announced that there will be 30 teams at The International 2022. This will be the largest Dota event in the history of the game.The event starts on October 8 and ends on October 30 in Singapore.

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In our constant efforts to make the event and its broadcast as exciting and accessible as possible, we’re experimenting with a slightly different schedule that includes more breaks and a greater build to Finals. Here’s how we’re structuring it this year for the biggest celebration of Dota 2 yet:

The Last Chance Qualifiers will run from October 8-12, followed by the Group Stage on October 15-18 — featuring 20 teams battling to make the Main Event.

The qualifying teams will then battle through the Playoffs at SunTec Singapore October 20-23, where the field will narrow even further.

The survivors will advance to the Finals at Singapore Indoor Stadium October 29-30 — where the Aegis of Champions will hang in the balance.

Stay tuned for ticket information for the Playoffs at SunTec Singapore and the Finals at Singapore Indoor Stadium, each of which will be announced later.

The Dota team is hard at work on the upcoming Dota Plus June update which includes not only the traditional seasonal refresh, but also several exciting new features and the 7.31d Gameplay Update. Because this update is a larger than normal, it's going to ship a bit later than normal on June 8th.

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TI11 will be the first to be held in South East Asia and the fifth to be run outside of the USA, following Germany (TI1), Сanada (TI8), China (TI9), and Romania (TI10). This will also be the first The International with a crowd after two years of the COVID-19 pandemic. The latest event in Bucharest was held during a coronavirus peak in the country, and the tickets were canceled last minute.

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