Back in February 2020, Valve released a call to arms for artists throughout the Dota 2 community to submit their set ideas for the TI10 Collectors Cache – and now they have decided to add an extra week onto the deadline.
Although The International 2020, the tenth iteration of the prestigious Dota 2 event, seems like a distant dream at this point in time, Valve are still holding onto hopes as they encourage set creators to submit their ideas and entries for the Collectors Cache. Originally, when first announced, Valve had stated that the deadline for these submissions would be April 27th, 2020 – but as that date passed yesterday, the company have since announced that there would be an extension for one week until May 3rd.
While the original deadline for this year’s Collector’s Cache Call to Arms has already arrived, we’ve decided to extend the submission period for one more week. This extension also means there is still time for fans to visit the Workshop and vote through the Queue to take part in the selection process. Vote now to ensure your voice is heard.”source: Steam Community
While we still await the TI10 Battle Pass, this announcement as well as the deadline extension does give us hope that Valve will give us some information in the coming weeks. As the Dota 2 Pro Circuit remains on hold, it is unsure how the qualification for TI10 will work but we hope to see the Battle Pass released very soon and some clarity on the situation too.