Dota 2 - Games in Asia
ESL One and Mineski Events team have teamed up to host the ESL Asia featuring qualifiers for eight Southeast Asian countries.
Corsair is stepping into the Dota 2 eSports scene with the first-ever Corsair Asia Cup.
Before we started Games in Asia last fall, I wasn’t really following the MOBA gaming scene. I had heard of Dota and League of Legends, of course, but the genre didn’t interest me too much and, to be honest, I was a bit put off by the reputation the MOBA gaming community has for being, well, jerks.
If you think it’s difficult to follow Philippine Dota 2 team roster changes, that’s probably because these shuffles happen so often it even isn’t surprising anymore.
We’ve always focused a lot on Western MOBAs, but what about those from the east? Asia is a treasure trove of games waiting to be discovered, and the latest gem to land in our inbox is Wayi Entertainment’s God of Destiny: the Eternal Strife of Gods (GOD).
If you’re excited to see Team DK in action in Starladder IX in Kiev, Ukraine, don’t get your hopes up just yet.
Supports are often referred to as the unsung heroes of a team. They do a lot, but don’t really get as much credit as the core players. Playing support isn’t easy, and there are just some people who seem like they were born to play support. Are you one of those people? Maybe this list can help you decide.
We’ve all heard of Heros of the Storm, Blizzard’s upcoming brawler that was once named Blizzard All-Stars. But now, following a name change and a public alpha, it’s clear that Heroes of the Storm isn’t a MOBA as we have expected, but more of the brawler that Blizzard has marketed it as.
As one of China’s biggest Dota 2 teams, LGD is a team that was hit rather hard by the great Chinese reshuffles after The International 2013 (TI3). Falling from being the second-strongest Chinese team during The International 2012 (TI2), LGD has been struggling to regain its dominant form.
Just because you’re good at a game doesn’t mean you can be a pro. Or does it? Chinese commenters reflect on what it takes to go pro.
China’s representative teams for Star Ladder IX has been decided.
They said Free To Play was going to make me cry. They weren’t wrong.
Are you from the Philippines? Are you ready to welcome summer in style?
China’s Dota 2 juggernauts clashed once again, with Team DK emerging victorious over Invictus Gaming (iG) with a 2-0 win and successfully securing their spot in the LAN finals of Star Ladder Season IX.