Tag Archives: "dota2 news"

5 Nov, 2018

A TI Winner Will Stand-in for NiP at the Kuala Lumpur Major

The Kuala Lumpur Major is just five days away and unfortunately, Visa problems will prevent Ninjas in Pyjamas (NiP) to attend it in the full formula. NiP returned to the Dota 2 field in the recent post TI8 shuffle, when they signed Peter “ppd” Dager’s team. With NiP, ppd is now competing for the first […]

22 Oct, 2018

Valve releases Treasure Update

Late yesterday evening Valve announced that they’re releasing a new treasure into the Dota 2 client. The new treasure is called “Treasure of the Carmine Cascade” and contains sets for AA, Batrider, Oracle, and more. However, that’s not all. Valve has also simplified the way escalating odds works. For those not aware what “escalating odds” […]

15 Oct, 2018

Heen provides update on Team Liquid’s health issues

Legendary European squad Team Liquid decided against playing in the first major of the 2018/19 DPC Season — DreamLeague Season 10 – citing “health-related reasons”. Team Lithium were the ones who stepped up to replace the TI7 Champions. A huge part of Team Liquid’s success in recent times could be partially allocated to the coaching prowess of Seung Gon “Heen” Lee. Unfortunately for them, […]

8 Oct, 2018

Five new red cards revealed: Smash Their Defenses, The Omexe Arena, Burning Oil and more

As card game fans count down to Nov.r 28 for Artifact’s release, Valve continue to feed the hungry mob new cards. Over the weekend five new red cards were shown to the public. Streamer and caster CHARM3R revealed two spell cards on YouTube: Smash Their Defenses! and Spot Weakness. The former expands on the anti-improvement flavor we’ve already seen […]

30 Sep, 2018

BlueOceanz, coach of MangoBay, tries to sell spot in Maincast Autumn Brawl

Revealed through a screenshot that was posted on Twitter on Sep. 29, Nicholas “BlueOceanz” Blue has attempted to sell a tournament slot owned by MangoBay — the team in which his manages. The event in question is the Maincast Autumn Brawl, the first online cup from Maincast. Set to be hosted on Oct. 6-14, it features 20 teams from […]