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Here's what Dota 2's Team Spirit could buy with its $18 million TI10 prize

Yesterday, Dota 2's Team Spirit completed its dark horse storyline by toppling PSG.LGD in the final of The International 10, netting $18,208,300 in the process. It's the biggest prize ever awarded to a single esports team, and Team Spirit's Russian and Ukrainian players theoretically take home $3,641,660 each. Tidy. We say theoretically, of course, because with taxes on winnings, potentially splits for coaches and other staff members, and maybe even a cut to the organisation depending on contracts, it's not like every dime of that prize money will end up neatly in the players' pockets. However, such a sensational storyline, resulting in a sensational amount of cash, requires a sensational bit of coverage to go with it. So, we thought we'd take a look at just what Team Spirit's players could theoretically buy with their hard earned $18.2 million. While they will likely do smart and sensible things like invest in their futures (yawn), here we'll put into perspective just how much dough Team Spirit walked away with after a magical night in Bucharest by suggesting some less-sensible ways to blow that prize money. Read the rest of the story... RELATED LINKS: OG eliminated from Dota 2's TI10 Dota 2 team says it's practicing in cramped hotel room kitchen for TI10 Asa Butterfield wants to plug esports to the entertainment industry


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