Earlier today, Valve announced that it has dropped a small update for Dota 2, as the update introduces the TI11 Team and Player Autograph Sticker Capsules for the Battle Pass.
Despite the leaks for the TI11 Team and Player Autograph Sticker Capsules being revealed by data miners earlier this month, Valve has kept its promise of releasing new content for the upcoming TI11.
Earlier today, Valve released a small update to its game client for the upcoming release of its True Sight 2021 documentary; however that’s only half of the update.
The update also included the release of TI11’s Team and Player Autograph Sticker Capsules, with 50% of the revenue earned will be distributed to all teams included in the capsules.
The Team and Player Autograph Sticker Capsules also come in four different versions, with Basic, Glitter, Holo and Gold, with the latter being the highest quality stickers.
The update only released the sticker capsules of the 12 teams who have earned their TI11 invitation through the DPC, as the other 18 teams from both regional qualifers and the LCQ will be added soon.
Finally, like its CS:GO counterparts, players can either trade or sell the sticker capsules on the Steam Marketplace.