Entries in 'Dota 2' (60)
Power Rangers has announced that its Dota 2 team, which has been together in one way or another for the best part of three years, has disbanded.
Maurice "KheZu" Gutmann has left Escape Gaming to join Team Secret after both teams failed to qualify for the Boston Major.
Daryl Koh "iceiceice" Pei Xiang, captain of the Faceless Dota 2 team, has said that streaming is destroying players’ careers in China.
The dates for the Spring Dota 2 Major and The International 7 have been announced, months before either competition is due to take place.
Jacky "EternaLEnVy" Mao wrote a 7,000 word blog accusing his former team, Team Secret, of taking an unwarranted 10% cut of his winnings among other things.
Dota 2’s next $3 million major tournament will take place in Boston, Massachusetts in early December.
The Nanyang Cruise Cup will be the first ever Dota 2 tournament played on a cruise ship.
Jeremy Lin, point guard for NBA team the Brooklyn Nets and known Dota fan, has endorsed the new ViCi Gaming J Dota 2 team.
Team Liquid has announced its new Dota 2 roster along with bringing on AOC as a sponsor.
Both Alliance and Evil Geniuses have revealed new Dota 2 teams, after rumours that both organisations were closing down.
Dota 2 legend and former TI champion Clinton "Fear" Loomis has retired from competitive play and will become a coach.
Arguably the most successful Dota 2 team over the last 12 months, OG, have parted ways, with just two players staying on the team.
Chinese team Wings Gaming managed to win The International 6 after beating Digital Chaos 3-1 in the final.
The prize pool for The International 6 has passed the $20,000,000 mark just hours before the main event is due to start.
Just days before the biggest Dota 2 event of the year starts, two of the competing teams have been given US visas.
eSports fans will be able to watch the upcoming DOTA 2 International in virtual reality.
ESL One is heading to the Genting Resort in Malaysia for a $250,000 Dota 2 tournament.
The community funded prize pool for The International 6 has become the largest prize pool in eSports history.
Valve has added weekend tournaments to Dota 2, allowing everyone to take part in some competitive action.
Escape Gaming has signed the No Diggity Dota 2 team, just days after the squad was invited to the European qualifier for The International 6.
OG, Team Liquid, Newbee, LGD Gaming, MVP Phoenix and Natus Vincere have all received direct invitations to The International 6, the biggest Dota 2 event of the year.
After being knocked out of the Manila Major and coming joint last, both Team Secret and Evil Geniuses have made roster changes.
Virtus Pro have been disqualified from The Summit 5 after trying to use an ineligible player, disguised as one of their regular team mates.
The prize pool for The Intentional 6, the biggest Dota 2 competition of the year, has already exceeded $5 million, despite fans only being able to contribute for less than ...
MarsTV, Perfect World and the Chinese Sports Information Center of National Sports General Administration have partnered in order to create a $1 million Dota 2 league for Chinese teams.