For fans who weren’t able to catch the premiere, Valve’s highly-anticipated True Sight: The International 2019 Finals documentary is now uploaded on the official Dota 2 YouTube channel.
As of writing, the video has over 1.81 million views and even landed on the top #1 spot on Youtube’s trending list for gaming.
The “True Sight” documentary series features what most fans don’t get to see at a major Dota tournament: up close and personal with their favorite Dota 2 pro players.
The video allows fans to see (and even learn a thing or two) from the chemistry and expertise of the pros!
It shows the extended dialogues during the drafting stage, play calls, and team reactions to some of the most vital moments in the game.
The TI9 documentary, in particular, highlights the grand battle between OG and Team Liquid. From the moments before they stepped into the booth to the final results, fans can take a closer look as to what went down in the game.
Perhaps the most interesting is the key interactions that defined the outcome of the series, giving viewers a view of how this event went down.
Even when OG faced a loss in the first game of the series, Sébastien “Ceb” Debs’ morale boost lifted the spirits of his team members.
This may have paved the way for OG to dominate their next matches.
Fret not, Team Liquid fans! Although this documentary highlights OG’s epic two-time victory, it also features the runner-ups in the spotlight too.
The docu takes us on a back and forth glimpse among the two teams, filled with game critiques from the pros and quick jokes to lighten up the mood.
OG dominated the series 3 – 1, but it’s refreshing how Liquid’s ex-captain Kuro “KuroKy” Takhasomi tried his best to lead his team all throughout.
KuroKy also didn’t shy away from reminding his team members to thank “Him”, showing strong faith in the almighty one.
He also ultimately gave praises to the victors, stating in the end:
“OG’s the best.”
Previous True Sight documentaries like TI8 and TI7 are also uploaded on the channel, so you can follow the journey of both teams before they made it to the 2019 finals.
The documentary will be made available on Steam shortly, as well.
Relive OG’s day of triumph and watch the entire documentary here!