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Dota 2 Not An Elite Sport In Sweden

Valve had decided that The International 10 tournament would take place in Sweden. But as of now, Sweden has considered Dota 2 to not be an elite sport. As the T10 tournament was unable to take place last year due to the Covid-19. And due to this, the current T10 tournament was supposed to be […]Read More

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Nemestice; DOTA 2’s New Heavily Controversial Battlepass

Not so abnormal is the regular revenue generation from one of the biggest companies in the videogame industry. Valve today released a new event for their popular title DOTA 2 named ‘Nemestice’, but the real twist alongside it was a brand new Battlepass that normally withheld the few previous months of The International. Since this […]Read More

Dota 2 Will Now Let You Track Your Favorite Team

Team profiles are the newest feature to be added by Valve. This new feature can be used to follow the Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) from in-game clients. This is something new for Dota 2. While other games have had this feature built-in for some time. This has been a great way to get regular players […]Read More

DOTA 2 Stats and New 7.29 Patch Predictions

The Singapore Major concludes the first season of this year’s DOTA 2 Pro Circuit. And as a forthcoming for the next big patch-reveal coming presumably this Friday, there is plenty to speculate what it shall hold. What’s confirmed as of yet is that a new hero will be making their entrance to the game alongside […]Read More

The DOTA 2 Singapore Major Day-3 Standings

The main Singapore Major event reaches the conclusion of its third day and there have been plenty of unexpected results for the DOTA 2 event. Fan-favourite teams saw themselves exiting the event even before the main Playoffs Bracket. A fan would be surprised to see which teams are sitting both in the Upper and Lower […]Read More

Dota: Dragon’s Blood Season 2 Announced?

Netflix has had an abundance of anime added to their streaming service and has also found great success with their own original anime series as well ( Devilman Crybaby being one that has been praised by audiences and critics alike). Although with Dota: Dragon’s Blood, Netflix has finally decided to create their first original anime […]Read More

DOTA 2: The Dilemma, TI and Future in 2021

E-sports; a rising contender for the world’s most successful industries has hinged on a rocky road since the spread of the world pandemic. Yet, where many other professions have succumbed to great tolls, E-sports such as DOTA 2 has exemplified how the digital venue can take the limelight of perseverance with its whole growing online […]Read More

ESL One Thailand 2020 Partnering with Ministry of Tourism &

ESL One announcements suffice once more to a grand round of DOTA 2 Esports coming online in August. The ESL One Thailand 2020 will be facing off regions of America and Asia, this time with a unique initiative for Thailand’s esports scene, alongside a $200,000 prizepool up for grabs. This comes as an exclusive vouching […]Read More

Virtus Pro partners up with Automotive Company Haval

Virtus Pro have released news of their brand new automotive partners, Haval, first in the organization’s history of signing an automotive company. Considered for the mutual benefit of both parties, Haval will be looking to assist top tier rosters of the renowned esports organization in CIS and in the globe. The organization will be supplied […]Read More

WePlay! Announces Pushka League Season 2

A highly successful endeavour from WePlay! during the unstable circumstances of the pandemic was the Pushka League that followed WeSave!, a charity event that gained successful nominations and donations, and much popularity with the DOTA 2 community. It is now that WePlay! are making a return once more to DOTA 2 esports with the official […]Read More