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Who wants to do the Steam and Kaillera test with me this weekend? Let me know your time zone and the hours you are available. Thanks! I summon thee, Nostalgia! Time for the 1cc Q&A we were talking about? I'm available every day after midnight (time zone is GMT+2) so yeah we can do it during this Fr...
I remember Rain was really OP :P He freaking was. If you managed to hit the enemy with that freezing projectile he had it was all over. Lift him up and on the other end of the screen and that's it. When they stand up they get hit by it again (before you manage to block or something) if you do it ag...
- May 13th, 2014, 10:06 am
- Forum: Just for Fun
- Topic: The GD Studio brings back some sweet memories
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So The International 4 (Dota2's biggest tournament and so far the tournament with the biggest prize pool in E-Sports history) Qualifiers have begun and GD Studio (a famous broadcasting channel) has invited a ton of Dota2 people to make the TI4 EU Hub and they are all in a house talking until the Qua...
- May 8th, 2014, 9:22 am
- Forum: Just for Fun
- Topic: Put your video on the home page
- Replies: 43
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I was playing Windjammers today against my cousin and (as always) owned him. So I decided to search the post where Hiero was telling me about the stream videos Atarix kept. Turns out there's none to be found. Is everything just...lost?
Dota2 was officially released in Korea some months ago and although the beginning was just awful (hell those guys were worse even than me when I started playing) its popularity quickly increased. In fact the current SLTV StarSeries Season IX which was a EU-only tournament now features Chinese teams ...
- March 22nd, 2014, 7:44 am
- Forum: General
- Topic: What games are you playing right now?
- Replies: 95
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Dota2 although from time to time I go 1v1 against my gf on TEKKEN 3...and then she yells at me for owning her 8-man team with Heihachi
So you all know I'm a fan of Dota and Dota2. And in 2011 Valve hosted The International (TI1) with a total $1,600,000 prize money. It was the largest prize money tournament in the history of E-Sports. Valve made a documentary about TI1 while also following the lives of 3 players: hyhy of Scythe.SG, ...