June 1, 2021

Weplay Animajor Wildcard Team Previews

WePlay! Esports returns to host tournaments with WePlay Animajor, the second Dota 2 esports Major of the 2021 DPC season. The tournament holds an anime-theme and features the best teams from across the world. It takes place in Kriv, Ukraine and most of the teams have already arrived at the venue. The #WePlayAniMajor will finally […]

April 28, 2021

Dota Pro Circuit Team Profiles add esports tracking

Valve finally came through with a new feature for Dota 2 esports called Team Profiles, which allows players to directly track the Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) from the in-game client. Many other games of the same caliber, like CS:GO, already offer such a system. It allows for a better and swifter transition from a regular […]

March 24, 2021

ONE Esports Singapore Major: Dota 2 Preview

The ONE Esports Singapore Major, presented by PGL, is the first Dota 2 esports LAN event in over a year. Anticipation for this event has been building up for quite some time and Dota fans can’t for the event preview. ONE Esports Singapore Major  Participating Teams and Format The world’s best Dota 2 teams […]

February 6, 2021

PGL Singapore announced as first 2021 Dota 2 Major

PGL announced that it partnered up with Singaporean company ONE Esports to host the first Dota 2 esports Major in 2021. Alongside Romanian tournament organizer PGL, Singapore Tourism Board and ONE Esports will help host and orchestrate the tournament in March. Held in Singapore, the Major runs from March 27 to April 4. It also […]

January 21, 2021

Dota 2 revamps watch tab and mobile app updates

Valve has updated the Dota 2 Pro Circuit mobile app and added several new features under the in-game Watch tab ahead of the official DPC 2021 esports season. Dota 2 players can now follow their favorite team’s matches in the game client. Valve has also announced team content packages to be released later this month. […]

January 15, 2021

Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) 2021 drama and disqualifications

Following the qualifiers’ conclusion at the Dota Pro Circuit 2021, several Dota 2 esports teams have had their slots voided due to DPC drama. These players violated the DPC 2021’s rules and regulations, such as identity theft or playing across multiple regions. After all, with such high-value rewards on the line, who wouldn’t want a […]

January 5, 2021

Valve shares Dota Pro Circuit 2021, regional leagues and DPC schedules

On New Year’s Eve, Valve announced the revamped Dota Pro Circuit 2021 (DPC 2021) to kickstart the esports side of Dota 2. With details from schedules, road maps and how the regional league will operate, here’s a breakdown of the DPC 2021. Dota 2 Regional Leagues Valve is implementing regional leagues as part of their […]

January 4, 2021

Newbee and former team banned by Valve

Chinese esports organization Newbee has been banned alongside five of its former players by Valve and Perfect World due to match-fixing. The aforementioned will not participate in any esports events hosted and organized by Valve and Perfect World. This ban adds to the already devastating suspensions from ImbaTV and the Chinese Dota 2 Professional Association […]

September 4, 2020

Valve’s update to DPC, Dota 2 esports, and TI10

Valve Corporation finally broke its silence today by responding to negative feedback coming from fans worldwide. In a blog post, Valve addressed the issues it faced for the Dota Pro Circuit 2019-2020 season and The International 10 in Spring when COVID-19 erupted. Additionally, Valve gave insight into the future of its next DPC season. The […]

February 29, 2020

Dota 2 Regional Leagues are Needed by Pros

Professional Dota 2 tends to focus on significant events and pre-entry qualifying tournaments. But with the recent announcement of regional leagues making its way soon, that could change. Valve revealed their plans for the professional side of Dota 2 after The International 10. Starting after TI10, regional leagues will be implemented into the professional scene […]