The International 10: Main stage scores, standings, and results

The Aegis waits for one team.

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The group stage has passed, the playoff seeding is complete, and the 2021 Dota Pro Circuit is about to reach its final form as the top 16 teams in the world compete under The International spotlight at the Arena Națională in Bucharest.

More than two years after OG lifted the Aegis of Champions for a second time at TI9, Dota 2’s best will now compete for the game’s biggest honor on its biggest stage—along with their share of the biggest prize pool in esports history at over $40 million. 

The 16 remaining teams were able to dominate, or survive, the group stage to make it this far, and were seeded into the upper or lower bracket based on those results. Teams in the upper bracket are safe from elimination during the first round, but the eight teams that were slotted into the lower bracket are starting things out by playing a best-of-one series that will thin the roster down to 12 heading into day two. 

Matches will be played from Oct. 12 to 17, but for now, the Aegis has been placed back on its pedestal and is waiting for a team of champions to lift it once more. Welcome to The International 10, and here are all of the scores, standings, and results for the main stage. 


Overall Standings

PlaceTeam Prize
1Team Spirit$18,208,300 
3Team Secret$3,601,600 
4Invictus Gaming$2,401,100 
T-5 Gaming$1,400,600 
T-9Fnatic/Quincy Crew/Alliance/Evil Geniuses$800,400 
T-13Undying/Team Aster/beastcoast/Elephant$600,300 
T-17Thunder Predator/SG esports$100,000 

Day one results

Upper Bracket round one

Lower bracket round one (best-of-ones)

Day two results

Upper bracket round one

Lower bracket round two

Day three results

Upper Bracket round two

Lower bracket round two

Day four results

Lower Bracket round three

Lower bracket round four

Day five results

Lower bracket round four

Upper bracket finals

Lower Bracket round five

Day six results

Lower bracket finals

Grand finals