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Submitted by D2-E2 885d ago | news

Dota 2 Update: Steam & Valve give thanks to its community

Noble Press: Valve has pushed out their weekly Dota 2 update a tad bit earlier than expected. While this updated does not include any new heroes to Dota 2 it does in fact come with some gifts. The update included the addition of two tournaments. First is the Star Series Season IV than can be purchased for $2.99 in game and the other is the one and only DreamHack Dota 2 Corsair Vengeance Cup.
While most of us will not be at DreamHack you can enjoy watching the tournament free of charge in the Dota 2 client. This will be the first tournament, sans the International 2, that we are able to stream for free in client. On top of all this greatness we get extra Battle Points for the duration of the week. The points scale based on how many members are in your party. So invite away and ready up! (Dota 2, PC, Steam, Valve, Valve Software)

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