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Green serving as the primary color
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Rshop2018
Thu Jul 12 2018, 06:44am Print
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Valve consistently revolves The International's toram online spina visuals about a color or central theme. Last year at TI7 it was an aquatic theme,

with seafoam green and ocean blue dominating the video transitions on flow, the banners adorning KeyArena, and even the map's

terrain.

For this season, The International will be moving with what Valve requires for a "underground" theme, together with crystalline

green serving as the primary color. The subject was revealed earlier today via a post on the match's Steam Community group.

The post also doubled as a call to artists and content creators in the Toram Online community to publish their designs to the

2018 Collector's Cache. The Collector's Cache is a International-only loot box which contains decorative items and object sets to

get a small number of heroes. Valve decided to mention that the underground theme in the statement, so artists aspiring to get

their works into TI8 can weave the associated colors and imagery in their submissions.

Over the last couple of iterations of this event, the Collector's Cache was made accessible only to people that purchased the TI

Battle Pass for that year--and this year's version will likely be the same.

The submission period starts today, and will operate till May 13. Although Valve educated founders to continue to the theme, it

appears that the Toram Online publisher is inviting them to think beyond the box instead of just stick to creating things for

heroes that are already designed to be underground dwellers. Interested parties may submit their designs through the Steam

Workshop.

Additionally, Valve also teased some upcoming physical merchandise for TI8. The same as the Collector's Cache, artists can also

submit their own layouts for product through the Buy toram online spina Workshop. If previous tournaments are anything to go by, most (if not all) bits

of TI8 merch will be sold at the Rogers Arena and online through the Valve Store.
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