Fortuna has proudly broadcast to our regional audience some of the largest international Dota 2 tournaments:
The International 8
The International 2018 was the concluding tournament of the 2018 Dota Pro Circuit and the eighth annual edition of The International. The tournament was held on Canadian soil, as it moved to the Rogers Arena in Vancouver, Canada. For the first time, a point system based on official sponsored Majors and Minors were used to determine invites to The International.
The International 9
The International 2019 was the concluding tournament of the 2019 Dota Pro Circuit and the ninth annual edition of The International. The tournament was held on Chinese soil, as it moved to the Mercedes-Benz Arena in Shanghai. Following the previous year format, a point system based on official sponsored Majors and Minors was used to determine the twelve invites to The International.
Epicenter Major 2019
The last, but certainly not least, Major of the 2018/19 Dota Pro Circuit was the EPICENTER Major, the fourth installment of the largest LAN tournament in Russia. From 22 to 30 June, 16 of the best teams in the world had one last chance to earn valuable DPC points to secure their qualification to The International 2019. The final days of the playoffs were once again held at the CSKA Arena, formerly known as the VTB Ice Palace.