A look at the teams competing in the Dota 2 tournament at epic.FOURTEEN this weekend
Obscene eSports picks up a few familiar faces for their new Dota squad.
The first season comes to a close.
Update on the status of the Inhouse League as we head into the final week
Time to update you on the potential future of IHL, the current happenings within and announcing some cool side awards & requesting your assistance!
The Inhouse League starts for it's first season with a £100 prize pool!
On Friday the 20th of June 2014 Bravado Gaming in conjunction with @Noxville and @ZLiveTweets will be hosting an 8 team exclusive invitational tournament based on teams located within South Africa and the United Kingdom.
As we ramp up to full International mode, whet your competitive appetite this weekend with the Fnatic event, The Convergence, taking place in London this weekend. Featuring a fan meet and greet, where supporters can pester the Fnatic Dota2 team, as well as cheer on the team as they compete in the Fnatic organised Captain’s Draft competition, also named The Convergence.
We are pleased to announce that the UKDota.net Inhouse League is now in Open Beta.
Knowing that we’ve been accepting vouch applications for quite some time, you might ask - what does this mean? In a sense, nothing has changed - players still have to sign in via Steam, confirm their email address and submit a vouch application. However, now we will be actively reviewing and approving all applications.
As was announced on the UKDota.net subreddit, epic.THIRTEEN is just around the corner and this year’s event promises to be bigger and better than ever! Combining the spectator banter of a TI4 pub-stomp with a 32 team double elimination competition, there’s something for everyone, including a prize pool of up to £3000!
Taking place at Kettering Conference Centre between Friday 18th and Sunday 20th of July, make sure you book early to ensure a place!