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A study in 2012 aimed to understand Pinoy Dota and how it impacts the lives of Filipinos. Two years passed and so we ask: what happened through the years?
I won’t say that Pinoys don’t trash-talk or don’t swear, but here’s something to ponder on: they don’t do it all the time.
Dota 2 is popular in Asia and so is Pokemon. So why not have both?
The Dota 2 microplushies were nice, but someone thought they could be more practical.
Welcome to Dota 2 public matchmaking, where everyone wants to go mid!
Treasure keys are going to disappear from Dota 2 in a year’s time.
If you’re a frequent cybercafe-goer, there’s probably a game that people associate you with.