Studio MIR’s DOTA: Dragon’s Blood arrives on Netflix on 25th March.
With a record breaking prize pool of $34 419 209 as of time of writing, there is still no way to win all that money.
At the weekend the first two time The International champions were crowned.
The teams that do well in The International 2019 will walk away with a massive purse.
In just 12 days, Dota fans have pushed The International 2019’s prize pool to spectacular levels.
Over five games OG and PSG.LGD decided who would be crowned the greatest Dota 2 team of the year.
Gabe Newell seems to have issues saying anything related to the number three.
You can’t win em all, especially when you’re facing a bot that learns Dota faster than you ever could.
Unlike Dota 2 however, it won’t be free to play.
OpenAI is gearing up for The International 8 by holding a benchmark match against humans next month.
The International 2018 is going underground, figuratively speaking of course.
The biggest tournament on the Dota 2 esports calendar is moving to the great white north this year.
Dota Plus offers exclusive cosmetic items and access to real-time analytics.
Valve is bring the ban hammer down hard on toxic players. At last.
Rejoice! Patch 7.07 is coming on 1st November.
Dendi couldn’t beat OpenAI’s Dota bot, but 50 other people could.
The winners of TI walk away with a $10 million pay cheque.
There is no money in playing games? Think again folks.