The International - Complete Results

This year saw a North American team take home top prize in Dota 2's eSports event.

The International, Dota 2's championship eSports event, concluded over the weekend, following five days of intense bracket challenges. In the penultimate finale, North American team Evil Geniuses took home the top spot, defeating Chinese team LGD Gaming in three out of the four games they played.

Day 1 Winners

  • Upper Bracket 1A: LGD Gaming defeats Team Empire
  • Upper Bracket 1B: CDED Gaming defeats Cloud9
  • Lower Bracket 1A: MVP Phoenix defeats Newbee
  • Lower Bracket 1B: Vici Gaming defeats Natus Vincere
  • Lower Bracket 1C: Virtus Pro defeats Fnatic
  • Lower Bracket 1D: Invictus Gaming defeats MVP Hot6


Day 2 Winners

  • Upper Bracket 1C: Evil Geniuses defeats compLexity Gaming
  • Upper Bracket 1D: EHOME defeats Team Secret
  • Lower Bracket 2A: MVP Phoenix defeats Team Empire
  • Lower Bracket 2B: Vici Gaming defeats Cloud9


Day 3 Winners

  • Upper Bracket 2A: CDEC Gaming defeats LGD Gaming
  • Upper Bracket 2B: Evil Geniuses defeats EHOME
  • Lower Bracket 2C: Virtus Pro defeats compLexity Gaming
  • Lower Bracket 2D: Team Secret defeats Invictus Gaming


Day 4 Winners

  • Lower Bracket 3A: Vici Gaming defeats MVP Phoenix
  • Lower Bracket 3B: Virtus Pro defeats Team Secret
  • Lower Bracket 4A: Vici Gaming defeats EHOME
  • All Star Match: Team N0Tail defeats Team Chuan


Day 5 Winners

  • Lower Bracket 4B: LGD Gaming defeats Virtus Pro
  • Lower Bracket 5A: LGD Gaming defeats Vici Gaming
  • Upper Bracket Finals: CDEC Gaming defeats Evil Geniuses


Finals Winners

Out of the total prize pool of $18.4 million, Evil Geniuses took home $6.6 million, while runner-up CDEC Gaming took home $2.8 million.

Ann "Cyliena" Hosler, Managing Editor


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