Here’s how you can win free Secretlab x TI11 Dota 2 merch during the final

1Play DOTA2 News
Oct 15

You may have your teammates’ back in Dota 2, but who’s going to support yours?

With The International 2022 just around the corner, Secretlab and Valve have teamed up to release the Secretlab x TI11 edition gaming chair, perfect for Dota 2 players who want a piece of the storied esports tournament.

The brand’s signature Titan Evo 2022 series gaming chair gets a new look in light of the collaboration, inspired by The International’s theme and color this year.

The gaming chair follows The International 2022’s volcanic theme, featuring embroidered red accents on its wings. It’s a fitting throne for anyone who has conquered the rocky landscape and harsh magma of the Dire side of the map.

The tournament’s text logo is also printed on the backrest to remind fans of this year’s intense Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) season.

However, you may need to move fast if you want to secure one. The Secretlab Titan Evo 2022 TI11 edition will be released “only in very limited quantities this year,” according to the Singaporean manufacturer.

The gaming chair brand is also launching its Dota 2 Memory Foam Lumbar Pillow Collection. It features the adorable faces of heroes Tidehunter and Snapfire, as well as the most powerful creep in the game, Roshan.

On-site attendees will have a chance to score tons of freebies at Secretlab’s Singapore Indoor Stadium booth. Simply drop by the booth on October 26 onwards and participate in their activities to win a “Relaxed Roshan” enamel pin and a limited edition TI11 lanyard.

The tournament’s Group Stage runs from October 15 to 18, followed by the playoffs from October 20 to October 23 at Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre. The Finals will commence on October 29 and 30 at Singapore Indoor Stadium.

View the full The International 2022 schedule here.

Secretlab is the official gaming chair partner of the annual The International tournaments. Since 2019, the company has released simple yet classy designs fashioned after the competition’s motifs — purple seats in 2019 and gold Aegis-patterned chairs in 2021.

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