Dota2 Major Championships

Dota2 Major Championships

Prize Money Awarded:
$34,500,000.00 From 27 Tournaments
Recorded Date Range:
2015-11-16 to

Dota Major Championships (informally called "Majors") are a series of tournaments introduced by Valve Corporation in 2015 to improve the landscape of Dota 2 esports. It consists of fall, winter, spring tournaments, leading up to The International in the summer.

In 2017, Valve announced the "Dota Pro Circuit", significantly changing the format of the Majors to include larger events chosen by them. Third-party events require their Dota 2 prize pool to be a minimum of $500,000, and will receive an additional $500,000 added by Valve along with qualifying points awarded to teams to be seeded into The International. Smaller events called "Minors" require a minimum of $150,000, and will receive an additional $150,000 added by Valve along with a smaller number of qualifying points.

Largest Prize Pools

 Tournament NamePrize Money
1.» The Boston Major 2016$3,000,000.00
2.» The Frankfurt Major 2015$3,000,000.00
3.» The Kiev Major 2017$3,000,000.00
4.» The Manila Major 2016$3,000,000.00
5.» The Shanghai Major 2016$3,000,000.00
6.» China Dota2 Supermajor 2018$1,500,000.00
7.» The Bucharest Major 2018$1,000,000.00
8.» The Chongqing Major 2019$1,000,000.00
9.» The Kuala Lumpur Major 2018$1,000,000.00
10.» Lima Major 2023$500,000.00
11.» ONE Esports Singapore Major 2021$500,000.00

Top Players

 Player IDPlayer NameTotal (League)
1.Israel FlyTal Aizik$1,061,300.00
2.Denmark N0tailJohan Sundstein$900,800.00
3.Jordan Miracle-Amer Al-Barkawi$837,700.00
4.Russian Federation RAMZES666Roman Kushnarev$834,833.33
5.Denmark Cr1tAndreas Nielsen$790,100.00
6.Estonia PuppeyClement Ivanov$778,500.00
7.Russian Federation 9pashaPavel Khvastunov$768,333.33
8.Ukraine NooneVladimir Minenko$765,833.33
9.Russian Federation SoloAleksey Berezin$765,833.33
10.Finland JerAxJesse Vainikka$605,800.00
11.Finland MatumbamanLasse Urpalainen$568,700.00
12.Bulgaria MinD_ContRoLIvan Ivanov$563,700.00
13.Canada MoonMeanderDavid Tan$554,500.00
14.Russian Federation RodjERVladimir Nikogosyan$549,333.33
15.Germany KuroKyKuro Takhasomi$542,700.00
16.Sweden s4Gustav Magnusson$537,300.00
17.Malaysia MidOneZheng, Yeik Nai$480,500.00
18.Sweden ZaiLudwig Wåhlberg$472,666.67
19.Canada ArteezyArtour Babaev$457,100.00
20.Jordan YapzOrYazied Jaradat$457,000.00
21.Romania w33Aliwi Omar$446,500.00
22.Australia anaAnathan Pham$420,000.00
23.Germany FATAAdrian Trinks$414,000.00
24.Denmark MiSeRyRasmus Fillipsen$409,100.00
25.China fyXu, Linsen$399,500.00

Top Games

 Game NamePrize Money
1.» Dota 2$34,500,000.00

Online/LAN Breakdown

LocationPrize Money% of Total
Online Only$0.000.00%

Top Countries

 Country NamePrize Money
1.China China$7,156,383.33
2.Denmark Denmark$4,219,791.64
3.Russian Federation Russian Federation$3,703,124.98
4.Sweden Sweden$3,146,041.67
5.Jordan Jordan$2,772,416.67
6.Malaysia Malaysia$2,286,200.00
7.Germany Germany$2,193,999.98
8.Canada Canada$1,987,624.99
9.Israel Israel$1,912,791.66
10.United States United States$1,874,999.98