The International 10 Battle Pass Surging Past The USD 20M Mark in Record Time

The International 10 Battle Pass Surging Past The USD 20M Mark in Record Time

After the first of several Battle Level Bundles went live on June 24, The International 10 Battle Pass had an explosion in sales, surging past the USD 20 million mark in record time.

The International 10 Battle Pass hit the USD 20 million mark a full 19 days ahead of last year’s Battle Pass—and more than 30 days ahead of 2018.

If the Battle Pass levels out and just follows 2019’s pace, the prize pool is set to break USD 37 million at a minimum, with USD 40 million being within striking distance. 

Valve has already beaten its 2019 battle plan to the punch, seeing a massive spike heading into June instead of in July. If the developers continue to release new content, including the next Battle Level Bundle and Immortal Treasure collections at a steady pace, there should be nothing stopping TI10 from smashing the USD 34,330,068 record.

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