Dota 2 - Games in Asia
Want to become a pro eSports player and win $5 million like Newbee? Follow this illustrated guide by China!
After taking home this year’s TI4 championship easily, it’s fair to say China’s known for Dota 2. But could the next big team be one you’ve never heard of?
It’s the logical thing to do after all the heroes have been ported from WC3 Dota to Dota 2.
Newbee’s $5 million prize money from The International 2014 (TI4) is quite a hefty sum. Unfortunately, it just got a lot smaller because of Uncle Sam.
TI4 set records with its $10m prize, and I think that’s great. But here’s why it shouldn’t happen again.
The consensus outside China seems to be disappointment in a lackluster final series between Newbee and VG. But what did Chinese fans think?
Sadly, this is the last time we’re going to see Team DK in this roster.
The LOL vs. Dota 2 war has been reignited in China after Newbee’s victory at The International 2014.
The International 4 is over. But let’s take a look at what the Dota 2 fans in Singapore did to celebrate it!
No matter which team wins the grand final, The International 2014 (TI4)’s Aegis will be brought home to China.
The International 2014′s Aegis will belong to a new master as the Dota 2 juggernauts and former champions fall.
This evening, I attended the first The International (TI) pubstomp of my life. I am not a Dota 2 fan, and my account is level two, and honestly, I don’t care who wins the ten million dollars at stake in …