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Author:  Rshop2018 [ Tue Jul 10, 2018 1:19 am ]
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For six decades now, The International has predicted the state of Washington its home base. Even though the inaugural tournament has been held in Cologne, Germany, every iteration thereafter happened in Bellevue or Seattle.

Not this season, however. For the first time because 2012, toram online spina TI will be hosted by a country that is not the usa. It will instead be held in Vancouver, Canada. Rogers Arena, a stadium with a seating capacity of approximately 19,000, will function as the place for the event.

Valve's article didn't mention how many teams will be featured at TI8, yet.

This information coincides with that KeyArena, the home of The International since 2014, will soon be undergoing a large-scale renovation, targeting 2020 as the season of completion for the job. The renovation will render the venue entirely unusable through building, which of course compels Valve to search for different places.

Rumors of the move to Canada have also been floating around since October, when a photograph of an unspecified scene within the country has been posted on Twitter.

The photo in question was part of a screenshot of a short news clip from The Sports Network (TSN), a Canada-based sports channel. In the time of writing, however, the clip along with its associated article seem to be inaccessible.

That is a momentous occasion for Canadian Toram Online, given toram online spina for sale that there has only been one premier championship held in the nation in the game's history--namely, the100,000 Northern Arena BEAT Invitational in 2016. For them to get TI as their next greatest LAN is a huge leap in terms of prestige and prize money.

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