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Submitted by jagiii 59d ago | interview

Jimmy 'DeMoN' Ho Explains How The International Draws New Fans

As a member of Team Liquid, Jimmy “DeMoN” Ho is making history Valve’s The International 2014 at KeyArena in Seattle. The Dota 2 pro gamer will be competing on ESPN3 along with other top teams in the hopes of taking home a piece of the record $10 million in prize money.

Ho, one of the original members of the EG.DotA team, is a veteran Dota gamer with a strong global fan base and the sponsorship of Red Bull. Ho has been a master of Dota over the years, capable of fulfilling multiple roles on his teams. He talks about the rise of eSports and what impact The International has had on attracting new Dota 2 players. (Culture, Dota 2)

gamerlive  +   59d ago
$10 million up for grabs.

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