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History

Dota 2 is a sequel to Defence of the Ancients (Dota) developed and published by Valve Corporation, which was a community-created mod for Blizzard Entertainment’s Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos and its expansion pack, The Frozen Throne.

Gameplay

The game itself falls under the “MOBA” (multiplayer online battle arena game) genre, which is played by teams of five members. The aim of the game is for the teams to destroy each other’s base while protecting their own. The first team to succeed destroying their opponents base is the winner. The simple yet immersive format has helped Dota 2 become the biggest of the MOBA-games to succeed as a competitive esport. The game is free to play through Valve and is in direct competition with League of Legends.

Tournament History

The amount of prize money in Dota 2 has increased a great deal year on year and is still, to date, the esport game that boasts with most prize money in total with over $177 million.

 

Most notable tournament is The International or in short ”TI”, which is a community-raised tournament that breaks records every year having the most prize money to an esports event. Last year, the tournament had its eight annual edition and had a prize pool of $25 million.

 

The winners of The International 2018 where Team OG reaping a whopping $11 million, followed by PSG.LGD as runner ups. Dota 2 tournaments have had an exciting past and are certain to deliver even more excitement in the future. Stay tuned with esportsguide, to keep yourself updated with all live and upcoming matches.

 

You can read more info about this game in the DOTA 2 Guide.

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