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Win Premium and weekend tickets to ESL One Frankfurt

With exactly one month to go until the best Dota teams in the world face off in Frankfurt, MCV and eSports Pro have 14 tickets to give away to ESL One.

If you fancy watching 7 of the 10 teams invited to The International 5 duke it out in the Commerzbank-Arena stadium over June 20-21, then this is your lucky day and/or week.

There are five pairs of weekend tickets up for grabs, and two pairs of the sold-out Premier ticket packages for extra lucky fans, and we’ll be giving them out every day for the next week.

For the weekend winners, you’ll enjoy a festival atmosphere (balloon guy included) as well as seats to watch the action on both days of the event. Personally we’re looking forward to seeing a teeny tiny inflatable Queen of Pain.

The Premier prize-grabbers will get the VIP treatment, with free food and drink in the stadium, goodie bags, and exclusive access to player signing sessions and Valve’s Secret Shop without having to wait in line.

So if you (and a friend) want to be there to see who wins the lion’s share of a $250,000+ prize pool, all you need to do is follow eSports Pro on twitter, and RT this tweet for a chance to get a pair of weekend tickets.

But if you like the sound of enjoying the tournament in style, you can also tweet to us with the hero you most want to see in balloon sculpture form with the hashtag #DotaBalloon and win a pair of Premier tickets.

Some not-so-small print: winner must be following the eSports Pro account between 22/5 – 29/5 to receive ticket code via DM, one entry per person, prize consists of one pair of Weekend tickets (RRP €39,90)OR one pair of Premier tickets (Value €199,90),travel and accomodation not included.

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