Prince Of Saudi Arabia Levels His Dota 2 Battle Pass Near 15K In Only 4 Days
CMD368 – The 2020 Dota 2 Battle Pass has been out for only two days, and yet the prize pool for The International 10 has reached 8 digits. It’s not surprising however, due to the plethora of new features and content it brings to the table. The Battle Pass is already being widely considered to be the best Battle Pass to have come out in the history of Dota 2, and it’s not even completely released yet, with a lot more still to come through the upcoming months.
A big part of the reason for this prize pool is none other than the prince of Saudi Arabia himself – Abdullah bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud – who apparently is also an avid Dota 2 player and enthusiast. The prince has already leveled up his TI10 Battle Pass to 14,430 in only four days, which undoubtedly skyrocketed the prize pool for this year’s TI. For the unaware, 25% of the purchases from the Battle Pass are directly used to fund The International prize pool every year – a part of the reason why Dota 2 still holds its head up high as the esport with the biggest prize pool in history.
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With that level of spending and his constant play-time in the game, he already has leveled his account, “Purrrrrfect Devil Angel Yukeo,” to Level 14,430 in just four days. This is more than 4,000 levels ahead of the second-ranked player, with a $1,500 lead poured into the total, too.
What’s even more shocking is the fact that he had surpassed the 100,000 level mark in each of 2017, 2018 and 2019, going a whopping 175,457 levels in the first, and 101,127 and 100,820 levels I’m the next two years respectively. Judging by the paradigm, chances are that the madlad is in no way going to stop at just 10k this year either. Fans can expect him to cross 100k once again, especially when you consider the amount of stuff this Battle Pass brings to the table.