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list of champions of the international (ti) dota 2

The International Dota 2 (TI Dota 2) has spawned many winners up to the TI9 event. So which teams are on the list of TI Dota 2 champions to date?

When it comes to the biggest esports tournaments with the biggest prizes, The International Dota 2 (TI Dota 2) no need to doubt it.

The esports tournament which is regularly held annually by Valve Corporation (the owner of Steam) has also spawned a number of winning teams from various parts of the world.

Until the title of The International 2019 (TI9), here Jaka has summarized a number of list of TI Dota 2 champions for those of you who are curious, gang. Come on, see this first!

List of Latest TI Dota 2 Winners Until TI9 (Update 2019)

Not only successful in being the winner, the list of Dota 2 teams below is also the strongest and gets fantastic prizes at each event.

Interestingly, from year to year, the total prize for The International Dota 2 always increases. Even at TI9 broke through 30 million US dollars alias 400 billion rupiah.

So which of the strongest Dota 2 teams have ever won the most prestigious esports tournament in the world?

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1. Natus Vincere - The International 2011 (TI1)

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The opening event for The International 2011 (TI1) was held in conjunction with the Gamescom Cologne event, Germany on 17-21 August 2011.

Natus Vincere (NaVi) Ukrainians became the winning team of TI1 after defeating EHOME of China in the 16-team tournament.

In this event, Natus Vincere succeeded in getting 1 million US dollars (approximately 14.2 billion rupiah) or 62.5% of the total price pool contested.

DetailsWinner of The International 2011 (TI1)
WinnerNatus Vincere (Navi)
Country of originUkraine
roster* Artstyle


* LightTofHeaveN

Total prizeUSD1,600,000,- (or around Rp.22,811,680,000,-)

2. Invictus Gaming - The International 2012 (TI2)

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If a team from China loses in the inaugural title, at The International 2012 (TI2) the team Invictus Gaming successfully won the tournament which was held at Benaroya Hall, Seattle, United States.

The tournament, which was held on August 31-September 2, 2012, also brought together 16 teams with the same total prizes as before, gang.

At the match grand final, Invictus Gaming succeeded in overthrowing the previous champion, Navi with a position of 3-1.

DetailsWinner of The International 2012 (TI2)
WinnerInvictus Gaming
Country of originChina
roster* Zhou


* Faith

Total prizeUSD 1,600,000, - (or around Rp.22,811,680,000,-)

3. Alliance - The International 2013 (TI3)

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The International 2013 (TI3) is still being held at Benaroya Hall, Seattle, United States of America from 7-11 August 2013. The difference is in this event price pool up for grabs has increased, gang.

Total prize 2.8 million US dollars (about 40 billion rupiah) now contested by 16 teams, where team Alliance from Sweden came out as the winner.

In the TI3 grand final, Alliance succeeded in overthrowing Natus Vincere (NaVi) with a position of 3-2 and got 50% of the total price pool lol.

DetailsWinner of The International 2013 (TI3)
WinnerAlliance
Country of originSweden
roster* Loda


* Akke

Total prizeUSD2,874,380,- (or around Rp40,960,489,876,-)

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4. Newbee - The International 2014 (TI4)

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TI Dota 2 is getting so popular that Valve has decided to move this event to venue the bigger one, namely Key Arena, Seattle, which has a larger audience capacity.

The International 2014 (TI4) also set a record with total prizes reaching 10.9 million US dollars (approximately 155 billion rupiah), where the first winner gets a prize of 46%.

NewBee from China succeeded in becoming the winner of TI4 and at the same time creating a curse for the success of the European-Chinese teams alternately in the following seasons.

DetailsWinner of The International 2014 (TI4)
WinnerNewBee
Country of originChina
roster*Hao


* Mikasa (C)

Total prizeUSD10,923,977,- (or around Rp155,808,683,951,-)

5. Evil Geniuses - The International 2015 (TI5)

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Evil Geniuses (EG) became the first best esports team from the United States to win TI Dota 2, to be precise at The International 2015 (TI5) on August 3-6 2015.

This esports tournament also competes for a total prize of 18.4 million US (approximately 262.3 billion rupiah) along with 16 other Dota 2 teams.

At the event grand final, the Evil Geniuses team managed to beat CDEC Gaming from China with the final position 3-2 and get 36% of the total prize.

DetailsWinner of The International 2015 (TI5)
WinnerEvil Geniuses
Country of originUnited States of America
roster*Fear


* ppd

Total prizeUSD18,429,613,- (or around Rp.262,835,768,760,-)

6. Wings Gaming - The International 2016 (TI6)

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Chinese team, Wings Gaming again won The International 2016 (TI6) after defeating Digital Chaos from the United States with a final score of 3-1.

This event is still being held at KeyArena, Seattle, United States on August 3-13, 2016.

The International 2016 again set a record with total prizes 20.7 million US dollars (approximately 296 billion rupiah) some of which was donated player Dota 2 passes Battle Pass.

With this victory, Wings Gaming is entitled to 44% of the total price pool that, or about 9 million US dollars (about 128 billion rupiah).

DetailsWinner of The International 2016 (TI6)
WinnerWings Gaming
Country of originChina
roster*Shadow


*iceice

Total prizeUSD20,770,460,- (or around Rp.296.425,619,890,-)

7. Team Liquid - The International 2017 (TI7)

Photo source: blog.dota2.com

The International 2017 (TI7) event became the first TI Dota 2 tournament to compete 18 teams in the main round. TI7 is still being held at KeyArena on 7-12 August 2017.

Total prize pool TI7 has also increased to 24.6 million US dollars (about 352 billion rupiah) and some of them come from Battle Pass.

Team Liquid from Europe successfully emerged as the TI Dota 2 champion after defeating the NewBee team with a position of 3-0 and getting 44% of prize pool. Really good!

DetailsWinner of The International 2017 (TI7)
WinnerTeam Liquid
Country of originEurope
roster* MATUMBAMAN


* KuroKy

Total prizeUSD24,687,916,- (or around Rp352,247,185,488,-)

8. OG - The International 2018 (TI8)

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The curse is finally broken here! OG managed to erase the trend of winning the Chinese team with a 3-2 victory over PSG.LGD in The International 2018 (TI8) tournament.

The International 2018 which was held on 20-25 August 2018 has been moved venue to be at Rogers Arena, Vancouver, Canada.

Price pool TI8 Dota 2 hit 25.5 million US dollars (about 364 billion rupiah) and OG managed to get 44% of the total prize.

DetailsWinner of The International 2018 (TI8)
WinnerOG
Country of originEurope
roster*ana


* N0tail

Total prizeUSD25,532,177,- (or around Rp364,420,762,321,-)

9. OG - The International 2019 (TI9)

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Good game well played!OG again set a record by becoming a team that won The International twice, even in succession after defeating Team Liquid in grand final.

The International 2019 (TI9) became the first Dota 2 tournament to be held outside the United States-Europe, at the Mercedes-Benz Arena, Shanghai, China on 20-25 August 2019.

Even price pool TI9 breaks through 34 million US dollars (approximately 489 billion rupiah) and OG is entitled to 45% of the total prize, gang.

DetailsWinner of The International 2019 (TI9)
WinnerOG
Country of originEurope
roster*ana


* N0tail

Total prizeUSD34,292,599,- (or around Rp489,423,972,928,-)

Well, that's a brief review of the list of TI Dota 2 champions starting from the inaugural event in 2011 to the latest in 2019, the gang.

With a fantastic total of prizes, of course the esports athlete who wins can immediately get rich, right?

Of all the events, which one of The International tournaments is the most memorable for you? Let's share your opinion in the comments column below!

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