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is this year’s edition of the World Computer Video Game . This event will feature the participation of the 18 strongest teams from around the planet, who will fight for glory and the economic loot of US $ 40 million. Among some of the paintings we find three that have Peruvian representation: Beastcoast, Thunder Predator and Undying.

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In addition, the event will take place between October 7 and 17 in Bucharest, Romania, in the National Arena.

The last edition of The International was held in 2019 in the Chinese city of Shanghai. (Photo: AFP)

To participate in the Dota 2 World teams from across the globe must face off in regional leagues and Majors tournaments, events that award points for the overall table. The first 12 positions of the DPC qualify.

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In addition, then there is one last chance: the regional qualifiers. Through a tournament between 12 teams, the last quota is awarded. In total we have six qualifiers: South America, North America, Southeast Asia, China, Western Europe and Eastern Europe.

Now, the DPC and the regional qualifiers have already concluded, so we already have the 18 participants:

  • Evil Geniuses
  • Virtus.Pro
  • Quincy Crew
  • Invictus Gaming
  • T1
  • Vici Gaming
  • Team Secret
  • Team Aster
  • Alliance
  • Beastcoast (four Peruvian players)
  • Thunder Predator (five Peruvian players)
  • Undying (a Peruvian player)
  • SG e-Sports
  • Team Spirit
  • Fnatic
  • AND
  • Elephant
The 18 participating teams in the Dota 2 World Cup. (Image: Wykrhm Reddy / Facebook)
The 18 participating teams in the Dota 2 World Cup. (Image: Wykrhm Reddy / Facebook)

The prizes that The International will distribute

As mentioned, The International 10 will award more than US $ 40 million in prizes to participating teams. Just to qualify, the teams have already secured a figure of US $ 100,000, while the champion will take home US $ 18’208,300.

Here is the complete breakdown of the prizes:

The 10 Peruvian players who will participate in the Dota 2 World Cup

For the first time in history, two teams with national representation have been directly invited to the The International. These are the players of the tables of Beastcoast and Thunder Predator. Likewise, another Peruvian player classified Ti thanks to the regional Qualifiers. To continue; the details :


Since the end of 2019, the North American organization Beastcoast It has in its ranks the former Infamous Gaming who were in eighth place in The International of that year. Beastcoast is made up of four peruvians and a Bolivian.

  • Hector ‘K1Rodriguez [Perú]
  • Jean Pierre ‘Chris Luck’ Gonzales [Perú]
  • Elvis ‘Scofield‘ From the cross [Perú]
  • Steven ‘StingerVargas [Perú]
  • Adrian ‘WisperLawns [Bolivia]
Beastcoast is the Dota 2 team with the most followers in Peru and has already secured its place in The International 2021 World Cup. (Facebook)
Beastcoast is the Dota 2 team with the most followers in Peru and has already secured its place in The International 2021 World Cup. (Facebook)

Thunder Predator

The national team Thunder Predator he made it to The International 10 thanks to his DPC score, as did Beastcoast. The squad is made up of five Peruvian pro-players and his coach is the American Former Dota 2 World Champion Clinton ‘Fear’ Loomis.

  • Alonso ‘Mnz‘ Lion [Perú]
  • Leonardo ‘Leostyle‘Sifuentes [Perú]
  • Frank ‘Frank’ Arias [Perú]
  • Joel Mori ‘MoOz‘Ozambela [Perú]
  • Romel ‘MjzQuinteros [Perú]
Thunder Predator. (Imagen: Thunder Predator / Facebook)
Thunder Predator. (Imagen: Thunder Predator / Facebook)

Undying [un peruano]

The US squad Undying was formed last January and reached a spot for The International 10 thanks to its victories in the North America regional qualifier. Among its players we find a peruvian pro player:

  • Enzo ‘Timado ‘ Gianoli
Enzo “Timado” Gianoli (Video: Dota 2)


– Beastcoast became the first South American team to get a direct invitation to The International, since the Dota Pro Circuit format was introduced in 2017.

– The third South American representative, in addition to Beastcoast and Thunder Predator, is the Brazilian SG eSports, who defeated Team Unknown 3-1 in the regional qualifiers.

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