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Snapfire - a new hero coming to Dota 2 this year

2019-08-23 12:31:04

The International is never without a few surprises. This year Valve has announced the new hero Snapfire, a feisty goblin grandma.

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Dota 2 - The International Begins Today in Shanghai, China

2019-08-15 18:23:08

The biggest Dota 2 esport event of the year has officially kicked off today in Shanghai, China. The main event begins on August 20th.

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Valve releases Dota Underlords into closed beta (update)

2019-06-14 15:00:01

Valve's version of the incredibly popular Dota 2 mod, Auto Chess, it available for all Dota 2 Battle Pass owners today.

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Valve confirm they're working on Dota Auto Chess

2019-05-22 17:49:17

Valve says that they are indeed working on their own version of Dota Auto Chess, independent of the original creators.

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Dota 2 - The International Battle Pass 2019

2019-05-13 18:10:26

The 2019 Battle Pass has been out for a week now - let's take a look at how it's shaping up. CEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEB!

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Dota 2 Battle Pass 2019 is dropping today

2019-05-07 15:54:27

In a tweet from yesterday evening, the official Dota 2 twitter has announced that the battlepass is coming today.

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Dota 2 Open AI Five Arena Concludes with a 99.4% Winrate

2019-04-22 13:18:48

Open AI unleashed its bot to Dota 2 players over the weekend. After all was concluded, humans only managed to defeat it in 42 games.

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