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The International 2014

  • Prize pool $10,923,977
  • Start date Jul 8, 2014
  • End date Jul 22, 2014

Prize pool - $10,923,977 USD

1. $5,025,029 USD 7-8. $518,889 USD
2. $1,474,737 USD 9-10. $49,158 USD
3. $1,037,778 USD 11-12. $38,234 USD
4. $819,298 USD 13. $21,848 USD
5-6. $655,439 USD 14. $21,848 USD

Structure

Participating teams

  Alliance   Invictus Gaming
CIS Natus Vincere North America Evil Geniuses
  Team DK CIS Team Empire
  Vici Gaming   Newbee
North America Cloud9   Titan
North America Na'Vi North America   Fnatic
  Arrow Gaming North America Team Liquid
  LGD Gaming   mousesports

Main event

Phase One
  • The four second place teams from the qualifiers play on-site in Seattle for a spot in phase two in the playoffs.
  • Status: Completed
Phase Two
  • 16-team round robin group stage
  • The top two teams advance directly to the main event upper bracket.
  • The middle eight teams advance to phase three of the playoffs.
  • The bottom six teams are eliminated.
  • Status: Completed
Phase Three
  • Two brackets of four teams seeded from phase two.
  • Last team from each bracket is eliminated.
  • Second and third teams advances to the loser's bracket of the main event.
  • First team advances to the winner's bracket of the main event.
  • Status: Completed
Playoffs
  • Eight-team Double Elimination Bracket played at KeyArena.
  • Status: Completed

Location: Seattle, USA  

Regional qualifiers

Americas Qualifiers
  • The first phase is a round-robin group stage with every team playing each other once.
  • The top four teams from the group stage advance to the playoff round and the bottom six are eliminated.
  • The second phase is a double elimination Best of Three playoff round with the first and second seeded teams starting in the upper bracket and third and fourth seeded teams in the lower bracket.
  • Each Regional Grand Finals is a Best of Five match, with the winner receiving an invite to the International and the loser receiving an invite to the Play-In series.
China Qualifiers
  • The first phase is a round-robin group stage with every team playing each other once.
  • The top four teams from the group stage advance to the playoff round and the bottom six are eliminated.
  • The second phase is a double elimination Best of Three playoff round with the first and second seeded teams starting in the upper bracket and third and fourth seeded teams in the lower bracket.
  • Each Regional Grand Finals is a Best of Five match, with the winner receiving an invite to the International and the loser receiving an invite to the Play-In series.
European Qualifiers
  • The first phase is a round-robin group stage with every team playing each other once.
  • The top four teams from the group stage advance to the playoff round and the bottom six are eliminated.
  • The second phase is a double elimination Best of Three playoff round with the first and second seeded teams starting in the upper bracket and third and fourth seeded teams in the lower bracket.
  • Each Regional Grand Finals is a Best of Five match, with the winner receiving an invite to the International and the loser receiving an invite to the Play-In series.
Southeast Asia Qualifiers
  • The first phase is a round-robin group stage with every team playing each other once.
  • The top four teams from the group stage advance to the playoff round and the bottom six are eliminated.
  • The second phase is a double elimination Best of Three playoff round with the first and second seeded teams starting in the upper bracket and third and fourth seeded teams in the lower bracket.
  • Each Regional Grand Finals is a Best of Five match, with the winner receiving an invite to the International and the loser receiving an invite to the Play-In series.

Tournaments

The International 2014 - Tiebreakers

Jul 12, 2014

TI4 Solo Championship

Jul 9, 2014

The International 2014

Jul 8, 2014
Main Event - Main Event
Bubble Race B - Phase Three
Bubble Race A - Phase Three
Round Robin - Phase Two
Play-ins - Phase One

The International 2014 - Qualifiers - Tiebreakers

May 14, 2014
Europe - Tiebreakers
China - Tiebreakers
SEA - Tiebreakers
America - Tiebreakers

The International 2014 - Qualifiers

May 12, 2014
Europe - Brackets
China - Brackets
SEA - Brackets
Americas - Brackets
Europe - Round Robin
China - Round Robin
SEA - Round Robin
Americas - Round Robin

News & Features

The International 2014 highlight movie

The International 2014 highlight movie

GosuGamers' YouTube crew has come up with a short movie depicting scenes throughout The International Dota 2 Championships 2014. This fourteen minute video is surely a treat for our eyes, so do not miss out on any of it!

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Lanm officially retires

Lanm officially retires

Few days ago, in an interview with GameFy.cn's Leilani Crimson, Team DK's star support player, Zhang 'LaNm' Zhicheng announced that he will be retiring after The International 2014 as a Dota 2 player. Today, he officially confirms his retirement.

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Suits and TI with Bruno + highlights

Suits and TI with Bruno + highlights

In the aftermath of TI4, Bruno talks a bit about his reflections about the event, the finals as well as his spectacular wardrobe. Also included is a video summary of day 3 as well as some individual highlight scenes.

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Newbee defeat VG to claim the TI4 title and over $5,000,000

Newbee defeat VG to claim the TI4 title and over $5,000,000

After going one game down to ViCi, NewBee pull out three wins in a row with the last game ending in just 15 minutes. With this victory they are the champions of The International 2014, taking the title, the Aegis and over $1 million each, which is the biggest prize in competitive gaming to date.

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MVP.March: 'We were rooting for Team Liquid since they beat us'

MVP.March: 'We were rooting for Team Liquid since they beat us'

GosuGamers caught up with MVP.Phoenix's captain, Taewon 'March' Park, in a candid interview where he talks about his journey at The International 2014, how he thought the team would fare, and about the team's future. Read on as March touches on topics related to DK, Alliance and TI4 overall.

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