DOTA 2 | Tournaments

February 2018

Dota 2 is a remake of famous Warcraft III custom map DotA Allstars by Valve Corporation and Icefrog — anonymous developer of original DotA. Dota 2 was the first Esports discipline with the prize pool more than $1.000.000 at The International 2011. The richest Esports professionals are players of Dota 2, who won some of The Internationals which hold every year at summer.

Valve is famous for their unique approach to business. Every employee are equal to each other and anybody can do anything they want until it makes results. Because of that Dota 2 game mechanic and Esports infrastructure change in a very huge way quite frequently. That makes Dota 2 highly unpredictable, each year bring new champions and stars. 


Logo Title Prize poolPeak viewersHours watched Event date
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Duration: 45 hours

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