beastcoast Ti10

beastcoast, SA's last hope at TI10, has fallen

Dota 2 Cristy “Pandoradota2” Ramadani

The South American region no longer has a team competing at TI10 as beastcoast falls to Alliance in the brutal best-of-one elimination series. 

In a historic twist of fate, the once-neglected region was able to see three teams from SA head to The International 10. Both Thunder Predator and SG esports failed to make it through the group stage and beastcoast was seeded into the lower brackets. They were the last hope of South America, with the hopes and dreams of the entire region riding on their shoulders. 

Alliance had a rough time in the group stage, losing all of their games on Saturday, they were able to pull things together on Sunday to keep their TI dreams alive. 

The draft seemed to favor Alliance with lots of stuns to compliment their typical playstyle.

The Swedish-based team came out of the gates with aggression and dominance while beastcoast looked a bit loose and slightly nervous —something that they don't typically look at LAN events.

Alliance's confidence was incredibly high with their success from their laning phase and rotated around for the pick-offs and to put on relentless pressure on the SA team. 

Things got a bit sloppy and messy with the team fights for a while, allowing beastcoast to close the gap between them, but the SA team was never able to fully recover or gain any control. 

Alliance came through in the clutch, and even without a dedicated coach got their first big win on a LAN this year. 

beastcoast will go home with a 13-16th place finish and $600,300 to split amongst themselves for their efforts. 

  • Read more in our team profile TI10 beastcoast: In search of redemption HERE

Alliance will continue their journey in the lower brackets with the best-of-three series against the loser of PSG.LGD vs T1 on Thursday, October 14th at 08:00 CEST.

TI10 Main Event

Main Event -October 12th - October 17th, 2021

  • Sixteen teams play in a double-elimination format over six days.
    • Eight teams begin in the Upper Bracket, eight in the Lower Bracket.
    • First Lower Bracket round is Bo1, Grand Finals are Bo5, all other rounds are Bo3.


TI10 Prize Pool

The final total for the TI10 prize pool has clocked in at $40,018,195 when the crowdfunding and Battle Pass purchases ended this past weekend. That is a 2401.14% increase from the original base amount of $1.6 million.

Only 25% of the sales contribute to the prize pool meaning that $153,672,780 has been spent on purchases by fans across the globe.

The previous year, The International 9 prize pool reached $34,330,068 ($32,730,068 added).

The International 10 

The International 10 is now expected to take place in October with the group stage matches unfolding October 7 - 10,  the playoffs set to kick off on the 12th of the month, and the grand finals scheduled for October 17.


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Cristy “Pandoradota2” Ramadani
Pandora is a behind the scenes Dota 2 professional Jack of All Trades. When not busy with Dota 2 work, she is out trying to save the world or baking cupcakes. Follow her on Twitter @pandoradota2


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