With eight invited teams and open qualifiers scheduled, this tournament will be offering a $500,000 prize pool.
The title has always been known for having large prize pools for esports, but this is outright astonishing.
This was after Virtus.Pro decided to take a break from major competitive events.
The team's captain announced his departure after a year at the forefront.
He will be joining the team as a coach and an analyst.
This is following "unsatisfactory results" in the past few tournaments.
He joins the team after helping them to win the Omega League: Europe Divine Division as a stand-in.
The Dota 2 tournament will see 16 of the best teams from Europe and CIS compete for $400,000.
His arrival is the latest in a series of shake-ups made to the team's lineup.
An unsurprising result considering the team's stellar performance throughout the competition.
This marks the team's seventh consecutive title win!
The team has patched the hole within its line-up with the former Team Sirius player.
We now know why the offlaner prematurely ended his trial with Neon Esports.
The 28-year-old had previously been there since day one.
"The Raven Returns"