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Dota 2: ban rain from Valve

Dota 2 and the smurf phenomenon, that is, expert players who create new accounts of a specific game (mainly competitive) in order to accumulate wins over wins against other less experienced players, seem to have arrived ...

Warcraft 3 Reforged, lowest ever rating on Metacritic

Black period for Blizzard. After a series of choices that have brought the colossus on the path of decline, at least in terms of image, it seems that the worst is yet to come. Surely ...
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A new Warcraft III, but not a new Dota

With the arrival of Warcraft III Reforged, there was hope that the custom games that were so highly regarded in the original game would come back to life. Those games from which the ideas for Dota 2 and, ...

OpenAI at the Dota 2 conquest

We have always been fascinated by the world of Artificial Intelligences and slowly, what we have only seen in movies or science fiction books, is starting to become closer and closer to reality. How is...

Valve and Dota 2, new Artifact coming title

Every time Valve makes an announcement, people hope there is a 3 in the title (preceded, followed, intercepted by Half-Life), but for today we should only be content with Artifact, spin-off of ...

E-Sports: The Future Paperies!

Raise your hand if you have never railed against the "race" of footballers (in general, sportsmen with salaries at many zeroes) for the money they take annually from their clubs and sponsors. When I grow up...

[Video Address Book] Free to Play, DLC, and Rage: Video Games Are Expensive?

What we want to deal with today focuses mainly on how expensive video games have become (or the other way around, you tell me). Expensive not only in monetary terms, but we proceed in order anyway. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qvvbJeoRhKY Free to play The free ...

The Outer Worlds has sold over 4 million copies

Take-Two has released sales figures for the first quarter of the fiscal year, particularly those of some labels under its control. Between these...

Tencent loses $ 60 billion on the stock market after a review ...

Let's go back to Tencent, the Chinese giant specialized in financial investments and which in recent years has begun to show particular interest ...

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