The lights are on
Valve's second Dota 2 tournament is moving from Cologne, Germany to PAX Prime in Seattle.
The first tourney featured 16 top Dota teams competing for a grand prize of $1 million, which team Na'vi took home (seen above). No word yet on whether a similar amount will be offered this year during the PAX competition. The convention itself runs from August 13, 2012 to September 2 and the tourney will take place in Benaroya Hall. Like last year, the tournament will be broadcast in multiple languages for free.
Dota 2 is still scheduled to release this year on PC.
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awesome. not many people know that i can travel to germany by only using the powers in my mind.
A million bucks?. Wow.
I wish I was this good at video games....
I take it Na'vi is one of the best "pro" gaming groups judging by how often they win.
I wish I could win something like this.
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Och spelar lite DotA
(I HEAR YOU MAN)
(I FEEL YOU MAN)
Well, somebody had to do it. You know they're singing it.
wow bring it on