Dota 2 The International 2019 ended unconditional victory of the European OG in the centre of Mercedes-Benz in Shanghai, China. The team earned more than $15 million in prizes for the victory.

It is noteworthy that the team is doing this for the second time, thus becoming the only team that won The International twice! The guys won with the same squad as the first time, which confirms the incredible symbiosis between them. The crowd went crazy when OG raised the Aegis over their heads when they finished the best of the five Grand finals in four games, 3-1.

Many doubted that their last year’s victory was an accident and were right.


  • Anathan ‘ana’ Pham
  • Topias ‘Topson’ Taavitsainen
  • Sabastien ‘7ckngMad’ Debs
  • Jesses ‘JerAx’ Vainikka
  • Johan ‘N0tail’ Sundstein

The International 2019 Final Placements

Place Team Prize
1 OG $15,573,391
2 Team Liquid $4,449,540
3 PSG.LGD $3,080,451
4 Team Secret $2,053,634
5-6 Evil Geniuses $1,197,953
5-6 ViCi Gaming $1,197,953
7-8 Royal Never Give Up $855,681
7-8 Infamous $855,681
9-12 Virtus.Pro $684,545
9-12 TNC Predator $684,545
9-12 Newbee $684,545
9-12 Mineski $684,545
13-16 Alliance $513,408
13-16 Fnatic $513,408
13-16 Keen Gaming $513,408
13-16 Natus Vincere $513,408
17-18 Ninjas in Pyjamas $85,568
17-18 Chaos Esports Club $85,568

With that, the Dota 2 season is complete and will pick back up again as the 2019-2020 Dota Pro Circuit gets underway on November 16-24 at a thus-far unannounced location. 

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