Valve fixed a problem that left The International 2020's Dota 2 prize pool not updating for several days. The developers announced this in a tweet.
Valve representatives said that the error was caused by the extension of the Battle Pass for a week - from September 12 to September 19. Therefore, the screen hovered on the original completion date of Battle Pass. At the time of publication of the news, The International's prize pool is $37.75 million.
On September 17, Valve released Immortal Treasure III, extended Battle Pass 2020 until October 9, and launched a sale for level bundles - each owner of the Battle Pass can purchase up to two sets of 60 levels at a discount of 30%. During the day, the prize pool of TI10 increased by more than $320,000.
The 10th The International was due to take place in August in Stockholm, but the championship was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic. Valve plans to host the main tournament of the year on Dota 2 in the summer of 2021.