The International Dota 2 Championship 2019 festivities have already begun, with the event already in the second day of its group stage. Esports fans who want to get the latest standings and scores can follow their favorite teams' progress by watching the action live, but there's another solution for those who may have missed previous matches.
Dota 2 The International 2019 TI9 live score and standings
You might think keeping up with the world's biggest congregation of Dota 2 teams and players would be hard to follow, and you wouldn't be wrong. Fortunately, the folks at Valve have done a lot of work making sure it's easier than ever to watch games live and keep up with current bracket standings.
To check the Dota 2 International 2019 standings, head over to the official Dota 2 International website. On the Standings page, fans will find find brackets and scores for each of the teams in each group. The top four teams in each group will reach the main event's Upper Bracket, while the lower-placing teams will advance to the Lower Bracket.
If you're interested in learning more about all of the TI9 matchups, head over to the Dota 2 website's Schedule page. From here, esports fans can see all of the matchups broken down through each stage of the event, from the four group stages to the six-day coverage of the main event. There are plenty of teams to be found and even more athletes to be seen, so this won't be a championship to miss.
It's easier than ever to stay on top of current Dota 2 The International standings and scores. All the information that fans can need can be found through the official TI9 website, and players can always tune in to the festivites in-game and enjoy loads of Battle Pass features, assuming they've picked one up. For more highlights from this year's championship, head over to Shacknews' Dota 2 International home page.
Kevin Tucker posted a new article, Dota 2 The International 2019 TI9 standings and live score
sucks I only get to watch a few games live, but still the best esport to watch for me
I don't follow it all year until TI and it's still the coolest esport by far.