Those who want to keep an eye on the progress of the prize pool and how it compares to previous years can do so with the prize tracker. The prize will continue to build as players purchase Battle Passes through to the event itself, which takes place August 15-25.
With the enormous success of Fortnite, 2019 might be the first year that The International has a competitor as the biggest prize pool in esports, with the Fortnite World Cup offering a massive $30 million for its finals.
While an exact breakdown of the distribution has not been revealed yet, however, it is believed that prize pool will be split between two distinct tournaments, the Solos and Duos competitions. It is highly likely, therefore, that The International will remain the biggest prize for a single tournament.