Even with the date for The International 10 still unpredictable due to the coronavirus pandemic, the reward swimming pool for the year’s greatest Dota 2 event is on a record pace. In 2015’s Dota masterpiece beat the mark that was briefly held by the 2019 Fortnite World Cup, which paid $30 million. A portion of the proceeds from Valve’s in-game sales approaches The International prize swimming pool.

Even with the date for The International 10 still unpredictable due to the coronavirus pandemic, the reward swimming pool for the year’s greatest Dota 2 event is on a record speed. The total topped $25 million on Thursday, quicker than it has in the event’s previous nine editions. Aiding the rise was a recent one-day boost of $4 million an all-time record.

Since late Friday night, the TI10 reward pool was bigger than $26.3 million. TI10 might smash the record $34.3 million prize pool set by The International 2019, which was played last August in Shanghai. In 2015’s Dota masterpiece beat the mark that was quickly held by the 2019 Fortnite World Cup, which paid $30 million.

A part of the proceeds from Valve’s in-game sales approaches The International reward pool. T110 was initially scheduled to be held Aug. 18-23 at the Ericsson World in Stockholm. An indefinite postponement was revealed on April 30, and a brand-new date has yet to be revealed.