Dota 2 teams and talents react to the news of not having an audience at TI10
Quincy Crew, one of the three teams from North America that qualified through the DPC, took the chance to thank fans for their support during this difficult time.
Team Undying, another team from North America, wanted to ensure that their fans were aware of this change so they can adjust their plans on time.
PSG.LGD, one of the strongest teams attending the tournament, reminded everyone to stay safe. In fact, PSG.LGD has gone through great lengths to ensure their player’s safety, such as refusing to use the hotel’s air conditioning.
Ted “PyrionFlax” Forsyth, one of the hosts for TI10, took this as a challenge to put on the best show possible for the fans.
Jake “SirActionSlacks” Kanner, the owner of team Arkosh, and a host for TI10 lamented at the loss of a crowd this year, which only fuels his fire to hype up the event more.
TI10 will begin on October 7. Catch more epic Dota 2 action in the Heroes of the Game documentary, presented by Foodpanda.