While many players are happy with the standard, level 1 The International 10 Dota 2 Battle Pass, and others splurge a bit on the level 100 option, others aim for greatness.
Currently, the biggest Dota 2 Battle Pass is owned by the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia. The Battle Pass is over 22,000 levels large, which is simply a mind-blowing number.
The biggest Dota 2 Battle Pass
Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince, Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz al-Saud has a Dota 2 Battle Pass level 22,435. This amounts to approximately $9,344 spent so far.
With 25% of Battle Pass and related purchases going into the prize pool, and the rest going to Valve, he has contributed over $2,300 to the prize pool. The International 10's prize pool currently sits at just under $12 million.
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These stats come from STRATZ Esports, which has a Dota 2 Battle Pass leaderboard.
The top Dota 2 fans throwing their wallet at Valve. (Picture: STRATZ Esports)
As you can see, the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia has double the Battle Pass level of the closest contender. His nickname in Dota 2 is Purrrrrfect Devil Angel Yukeo.
There is no telling how big his Battle Pass will grow, as we are only one week into the crowdfunding for The International 10's prize pool. After surging past the $10 million prize pool mark, it has grown to $11,8 million in just a few days.
Last year, the prize pool reached $34.3 million, becoming the biggest in esports history. At this pace, The International 10's prize pool is set to eclipse the record-breaking TI9 prize pool, with ease.
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