The regional qualifiers have concluded in Europe, North America and China, determining the final three participants of The International 2019. Chaos Esports Club will represent Europe, while Forward Gaming and Royal Never Give Up qualified through the North American and Chinese qualifiers respectively.
Earlier Natus Vincere, Infamous and Mineski made it through the qualifiers in CIS, South America and Southeast Asia, while 12 teams secured their spot at the event by acquiring enough Dota Pro Circuit Points throughout the season, among which are Team Secret, Virtus.pro, Vici Gaming, Evil Geniuses, Team Liquid, PSG.LGD, Fnatic, Ninjas in Pyjamas, TNC Predator, OG, Alliance, and Keen Gaming.
The International 2019 will be held on August 15-25th in Shanghai, China. Eighteen teams will compete for their share of the biggest prize pool in the esports history, which currently exceeds $28,750,000.