The Final Rankings of The International 8

OG Makes History with Victory at The International 8

OG has etched their name in Dota 2 history by winning The International 8 after a week and a half of intense gameplay.

This victory not only grants OG the prestigious Aegis of Champions, but also secures them the largest prize pool in esports history, a whopping $11,200,288.

After a 10-month schedule of events organized by Valve as part of the Dota Pro Circuit season, The International 8 served as the grand finale. This tournament boasted a record-setting prize pool of $25,455,199, with a total of nearly $15 million awarded throughout the season’s 22 events.

Despite the fierce competition from the best teams in the world, OG emerged as the ultimate victors.

Here are the final placings for The International 8:

First OG $11,200,288
Second PSG.LGD $4,072,832
Third Evil Geniuses $2,672,796
Fourth Team Liquid $1,781,864
Fifth-sixth Team Secret
Virtus Pro
Seventh-eighth OpTic Gaming
VGJ Storm
Ninth-12th Mineski
Team Serenity
Vici Gaming
Winstrike Team
13th-16th Fnatic
TNC Predator
VGJ Thunder
17th-18th Invictus Gaming
paiN Gaming

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