16 Mar, 2018

Dota 2 The International 2018 Coming To Canada This August

Ever since The International 2017 came to a close, and Valve announced details regarding its all-new season for 2018, the pro scene has been quite active. With professional teams battling it out over the year in both Majors and Minors, details regarding the biggest Dota 2 event of this year, The International 2018, have come to light. It seems this time, Valve is taking Aegis to Canada.

The International 2018 Details

According to the official post by the developers, the main event will take place at the Rogers Arena in Vancouver, Canada. It will span over a course of six days from Monday, August 20th through Saturday, August 25th.

Those of you who wish to attend The International 2018, we have some pretty exciting news for you. The tickets for the tournament will go on sale on March 23rd at 10 AM and 10 PM Pacific Time via Ticketmaster.ca. So if you are interested in getting your hands on the tickets, we would advise you to sign up at Ticketmaster and log in before the tickets go live.

The tickets are divided into two categories, the Midweek Tickets, and The Final Tickets. The Midweek Tickets are going to come with a price tag of $125 CAD and will allow access to the Rogers Arena for the first four days of the event i.e. August 20th to 23rd. The Final Tickets are going to be available for $250 CAD and will come with access for the final two days of the event i.e. August 24th to 25th.

The ticket purchases are will be limited to five per household. Plus, Valve states that there are not going to be assigned seats. Hence, the seats are going to be based on first come, first serve basis. Hence, whoever comes first, gets to choose where he or she wants to sit. To learn more about The International 2018, check out the official website.

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Dota 2 The International 2018 Coming To Canada This August
Dani

Unlike Professional Dota 2 players, Dani is toxic, aggressive and has zero gaming sense. But, his timely puns make up for everything. He has been playing Dota 2 since it was in its early access stage. And when he’s not, he spends his time writing about it.

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