Overview | Live | Replays | Media | Teams | Shop
Main Event
August 3-8, 2015
KeyArena At Seattle Center
Prize Pool
$17,692,209
Current Total
How to Watch
Live Streams

Watch live through Steam Broadcasting, YouTube, Twitch or WatchESPN. Get real-time stats and graphs with Steam chat as part of the new DotaTV Live Streaming experience.
In Person

If you purchased a ticket, make sure you visit the ticketing FAQ to learn how to pick up your badge, and how to link your badge to your Steam account.
Pubstomps

We know everyone can’t make it to KeyArena to see The International in person, so we have the next best thing: local events in your area. Join a Pubstomp and cheer for your favorite teams with your fellow Dota fans.
Newcomer Show

New to Dota? Tune in to the Newcomer Show. Once a day during the main event, we're putting together a special broadcast featuring a live match with special commentary aimed at easing people into understanding the exciting world of Dota.
U.S. Theater Showings

If you are in the U.S., you can catch the Grand Finals on Aug 8 at one of over 400 theaters in the country. Coverage begins at 4:30pm Eastern. Here is a complete listing of participating theaters.
DVR Replays

Tune in a few hours late, or relive the previous day's complete broadcast, complete with pause and rewind features. The results of each day's games are hidden by default to help you avoid spoilers.
Prize Pool
$6,369,195
First Place
$2,742,292
Second Place
$2,123,065
Third Place
$1,503,838
Fourth Place
$1,149,994
Fifth Place
$1,149,994
Sixth Place
$796,149
Seventh Place
$796,149
Eighth Place
$212,307
Ninth Place
$212,307
Tenth Place
$212,307
Eleventh Place
$212,307
Twelfth Place
$53,077
13th Place
$53,077
14th Place
$53,077
15th Place
$53,077
16th Place
25% of the proceeds of all Compendium sales go directly to The International prize pool.
All amounts USD