A couple of weeks back, Reddit announced a change in its content moderation policy. “We will ban subreddits that allow their communities to use the subreddit as...
Are fan events done more for the community or for the benefit of those organizing them? These companies weigh in.
Indie devs, are you wondering how the community platform Square Enix Collective works? We’ve got answers.
GameX’s eSports Week 2014 gives Smart Communication’s employees a chance to show their skills in Dota 2 and Assault Fire
Smart Communication’s employees were treated as professional gamers for one whole week in GameX’s eSports Week 2014.
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.
Amidst the unstable status of teams in the Dota 2 scene, fans have voted for Team DK and Vici Gaming (VG) to go to the LAN finals of the i-league.
This evening, I attended the first The International (TI) pubstomp of my life. I am not a Dota 2 fan, and my account is level two, and honestly, I don’t care wh...
Remember how players gave out digital signatures using a bar code scanner on attendee cards last year when they sat down on the meet-and-greet table? This year ...
Gigabyte and Mineski have teamed up to set a record of their own with the help of the community: the Gamers Giveaway by Gigabyte.
If you’re a fan of Chinese Dota, especially of Team DK and Invictus Gaming (iG), this article might make you sharpen your pitchforks and point them at Gamefy.
Did you know that there are players who have never missed playing in the International since it’s first year back in 2011?
If you’re not able to watch The International 2014 (TI4) live at the Key Arena in Seattle, Washington, then you’ll want to get yourself to a pubstomp.
Chinese internet cafés, or wang ba (网吧), do not have a great reputation. Dim lights, secondhand smoke, being beaten up by kids, and even murder—there’s definite...
You know the hype is going up one more notch with Valve’s updated The International 2014 home page.
If you have been watching at home since the first International way back 2011, you’ve probably noticed that certain things repeat itself every year.
Singapore’s Elite Four champions of 2014 were crowned last weekend at Campus Game Fest.
Valve and the Dota 2 community have outdone themselves.
If you think the impressive performance of Filipino players at the recently concluded Southeast Asia (SEA) Major 2014 is enough to throw a gaming party, the guy...
Chinese gamers respond to emotional Reddit post about how LOL helped a son through his father's death
League of Legends helped a UK-based redditor through his father's death, but the story struck a major chord with Chinese gamers.