In just a few days, the best Dota 2 teams will compete in the most-awaited Riyadh Masters.
The tournament boasts a US$15 million prize pool, one of the biggest non-TI prize pools so far. The tournament is part of Gamers8 Festival, a gaming and esports festival that will span eight weeks.
The Saudi tournament will take place from July 19-30 and will feature 20 teams from all over the world. Eight teams will start from the group stage, while the remaining 12 sides will have to go through a Play-In Stage.
This will be the last major tournament before the start of the The International 12, the biggest Dota 2 tournament held every year.
Play-in Stage teams
Group stage teams
The winner of the tournament will take home a whopping USD$5 million prize pool.