Matches will be played on Sunday.
Click image for larger version  Name:	TI10 arena.jpg Views:	0 Size:	825.0 KB ID:	3513961

Valve announces that the final three teams for tomorrow's final matchups in Dota 2's The International 10 have been determined. Starting tomorrow, the first game will be the lower bracket final between Team Secret and Team Spirit. This takes place on Sunday at 10AM local time in Romania, or 3AM (ET).

The winner of that match will then go on to face PSG.LGD in the Grand Final later that afternoon in Romania, or at 6AM (ET). Both of these games will be streamed for free from or directly from your favorite streaming service.

These three teams will be playing for a larger part of the $40 million (USD) prize pool. Yes, this is once again a new record for an esports event.

Held at the National Arena - Bucharest, Romania, this year's event features a record-breaking, community-driven prize pool of over $40 million, reportedly the largest in esports history and one of the largest prizes in all of sport.

The International was launched in Cologne, Germany during the 2011 Gamescom. It featured 16 of the world's most elite Dota 2 teams competing in a group stage, double elimination playoff format for a grand prize of over $1 million.

Since 2013 the prize pool has been bolstered beyond Valve's $1.6 mil contribution by Dota 2 community participation in special interactive events such as the Compendium and Battlepass.

Dota 2 is a free-to-play, online action strategy game created by Valve (Bellevue, WA based makers of multiple game franchises and the leading online distribution platform, Steam).

This year's tournament was again broadcast worldwide, free of charge, with play-by-play commentary in multiple languages.