The long-awaited Oracle character will be battling on Dota 2's fields with Valve's upcoming patch along with another new character and much more.
The new "Rekindling Soul' update for Dota 2 looks to be one of the hottest ones yet. Oh, man. Sorry for that pub.
Bad news for those hoping that Dota 2 tournaments and other forms of eSports would be covered by ESPN in the future.
In an effort to make sure that no one ever gets anything productive done again, modder Sma11P1ays is mashing up Pokemon and Dota 2.
Speculation is running rampant that Valve may have launched their newest game-making engine right under our noses, those sneaky bastards.
After a staggering amount of views of The International, the world championships for Dota 2, ESPN is considering to expand its eSports coverage.
The International, the biggest DOTA 2 tournament in the world, just awarded over $10 million distributed to its top seven winners.
When we last reported on the 2014 DOTA 2 world Championship, “The International,” Valve had raised over $2.8 million for the prize pool with their auctions of The Compendium, eclipsing last year’s total in a single day.
Valve's crowdfunded Dota 2 2014 world championship, The International, has surpassed last year's prize pool in less than 24 hours.
Hundreds of thousands of MOBA (Multiplayer Online Battle Arena) fans are glued to their screens this weekend for the DOTA 2 finals. Who'll bring home the big money, and who'll crumble and "feed" the other team? It's tough to say who'll win this clash of the e-sports titans, but what we can safely say is that DOTA 2, and the MOBA genre in general, has taken the world by storm. Both DOTA 2 and its chief rival, League of Legends, have millions of loyal players logged in at any moment, all hungry to fight each other and take down the enemy Ancient. So, since these two mammoth MOBA games are so, so popular, it only seems fitting that we pit them against each other to see whose skills are the l33test, and who is teh n00b.