Over the weekend, The International 2019 came to a thrilling conclusion, as OG became the first-ever two-time TI champions and the first team to successfully defend their title. It was an unreal experience to watch and I still can’t believe it happened, even though I did have OG to win in our bracket as well as tournament predictions. Now, Dota 2 Battle Pass owners who have been following our Fantasy Challenge picks can log for some more Battle Points.
The Dota 2 Battle Pass ends on 9 September at 20:00 SA time and although you can’t purchase any more levels, you should have 16 levels more right now if you followed our Fantasy Challenge predictions every day. That’s right, as I guaranteed in my first Fantasy Challenge post weeks ago, we made it to the top 10% with our picks.
In fact, we didn’t just get to the top 10% for those 16,000 Battle Points, but we made it to the top 99.4 percentile. This might be a tiny bit different for your end result, depending on the stats you had on your player cards, but even with just common cards, you will easily be in the top 10%.
These points were awarded after the latest Dota 2 update released in the early hours of the morning.
We would like to thank everyone who discussed our daily Fantasy Challenge picks and those who followed our The International 2019 coverage. It was so much fun to not only watch the biggest esports tournament ever take place but to engage with our readers and local Dota 2 fans.
Just because The International 2019 is over doesn’t mean we won’t have more for our local Dota 2 fans, as we will be bringing you all the coverage for the upcoming DPC season and everything else about the game going forward. There’s also TI10 to look forward to.
Do you own a Dota 2 Battle Pass and did you follow our Fantasy Challenge picks? Let us know in the comment section below and even if you didn’t follow our picks, feel free to brag if you beat us.
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