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TI10 True Sight: Everything We Know So Far

Vignesh Raghuram
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TI10 True Sight does not have an official release date at the moment
Team Spirit's support Mira at ESL One Stockholm Major 2022 stated that some portions still needed to be filmed and hence he expected it to be released just before TI11.
Valve had recently started hiring video editors on a contractual basis, which could be linked to TI10's True Sight.

Valve’s annual documentary about The International Dota 2 Championships finals is one of the most awaited events amongst the esports community. The International 10’s (TI10) True Sight, in particular, has a lot more expectations since an underdog Team Spirit, upset the Chinese titans PSG.LGD to win the tournament. Fans are eagerly waiting for TI10 True Sight to find out the behind the scenes action, the in-game communication, and the overall story behind one of the most epic TI grand finals we’ve ever had.

In previous years, True Sight was released five months after the conclusion of The International 2019 (TI9), five months after the conclusion of The International 2018 (TI8), three months after the conclusion of The International 2017 (TI7). However, TI10 concluded seven months ago in October 2021 and the TI10 True Sight does not have a release date at the time of writing.

Mira gives an update about TI10 True Sight in the ESL One Stockholm 2022 Major

In an interview at the ESL One Stockholm 2022 Major, The International 2021 champions Team Spirit's support player Miroslaw "Mira" Kolpakov revealed that a few portions of TI10's True Sight were yet to be filmed.

When questioned on the release date of TI10’s True Sight, “I think it will not be soon,” he said. “Because it is not over, they didn’t shoot everything yet. We’re gonna finish it soon, so I think it will be [released] before the next TI.”

The next TI, The International 11 (TI11) is scheduled to take place in October 2022. So we can expect the new True Sight to be released a few weeks before that.

Valve has recently put up job openings for three video editors on a contractual basis, with two being bilingual editors proficient in Russian and Chinese.

Valve is hiring Video Editors

Valve is hiring Video Editors


Considering the fact that Valve’s three biggest markets for Dota 2 content are for audiences who speak English, Russian, or Chinese and the fact that True Sight is usually released with subtitles in these three languages only; this could very well be a hiring post for an editor who may work on TI10’s True Sight.

So it does seem like TI10 True Sight’s release will take some more time and may only happen just before TI11.

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Vignesh has been covering the esports industry for nearly 5 years starting with the early days of the DPC. His industry expertise includes experience in Dota 2, CS:GO and Mobile Esports coverage.