After a stint away from competition, an OG Esports veteran returns to the scene.
The tournament starts on April 13 and features a $200,000 prize pool.
The first tournament is planned to start as soon as April 3.
The win rate for the Dragon Knight hasn't really seen an impact, however.
The 23-year-old had been with the team in some capacity since 2019.
Not to be that person, but I can't be the only one already asking for something related to Half-Life and Portal as well.
It'll see 16 European and CIS teams go head-to-head.
The second roster consists of the former Team Generation.
The event was also the fourth most watched DOTA 2 tournament of all time.
The men's fragrance provider is using the tournament to introduce Invictus to the world of esports.
Singapore's most accomplished DOTA 2 star will be heading to the North American organisation.
With eight invited teams and open qualifiers scheduled, this tournament will be offering a $500,000 prize pool.
The title has always been known for having large prize pools for esports, but this is outright astonishing.
This was after Virtus.Pro decided to take a break from major competitive events.
The team's captain announced his departure after a year at the forefront.