Submitted by CongoKyle 468d ago | opinion piece

Teams denied visas to United States for The International 2014

Yesterday was a rough day for Dota 2 fans across the globe as two Asian teams, Chinese team CIS-Game and Southeast Asian team Arrow Gaming, were denied US Visas. This problem has seemed to plague at least one team/player every year since The International 2012. (Dota 2, PC, Valve Software)

HoldenZA  +   468d ago
This is terrible, I know all too well about Visa problems. Hopefully they find a way to compete, it's a terrible way to lose out.
CongoKyle  +   468d ago
$10 million man :/ so much money.
TekoIie  +   468d ago
Thank god Arrow Gaming will be able to make it! They had some incredible plays during the qualifiers. Really looking forward to watching their games.

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