Ranking the Best International Dota 2 Tournaments

Throughout the years Valve’s biggest Dota 2 event The International brings out the best of the best. From the birth of Dota 2 during the first International, to OG’s dominance at the International 9. These tournaments gave us games to remember and gave us reason to love the game even more. Now that The International 10 is here, we rank the Dota 2 International’s from least to most entertaining according to our staff! 9. The International 4 Date: July 18-21, 2014Location: Key Arena, Seattle, Washington, USAPrize pool: $10,923,977 USDWinner: NewbeeRunner up: ViCi Gaming The lowest rated International. The International 4

Esports Tournament Formats and Series Types

The rise of esports have introduced different tournament formats in the competitive scene. Every esports tournament can be held by distinct sets of rules and formats. It is usually the tournament organizers that determine the rules and the format of the tournament, and there is no standard set of rules and formats of holding a competition in esports as it exists in traditional sports.

Why do players wear two headsets in esports?

Why do esports players wear two headsets?

If you’ve seen an esports event, chances are you’ve seen esports players wear two headsets or event three. The reason for this is for preventing cheating at your esports event. How does this prevent cheating? The inner earbuds are for in game audio so the player can hear their game and teammates. Ie, Dota 2 audio, etc. The outer headsets (depending on setup) feed whitenoise OVER their in game audio so they cannot hear the casters, fans etc. An alternative is a completely sound proof headset without white noise and white noise coming in from their own in ears. A