Have you been trying to join DOTA 2 games lately but you’ve been faced with ridiculously long game queue times? If so, you’ll be happy to know that soon, your wait will be shorter thanks to new DOTA 2 servers being deployed on IS (Internet Solutions) Gaming’s network.

According to a report on Mygaming.co.za, Internet Solutions has confirmed the addition of the new hardware which they say will give them 75% of the overall DOTA 2 capacity in South Africa. That’s up from 60%, and should help to reduce fans’ queue times.

IS has been working closely with Valve, DOTA 2’s developer, since July 2013 , to provide South African gamers with a smooth DOTA 2 experience.

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