Counter-Strike has been one of the most consistently popular PC games in China over the course of the past decade. Have you ever wondered why?
For a majority of Philippine gamers, anything with dollar signs will look expensive, but Valve will be dealing with that this month.
Reports in China suggest that Valve may be in the process of getting Steam approved for a 2015 release in China.
Check out this video with Chinese LOL and Dota players talking about each others' games, and the rivalry between them.
The mode's been out for months, but still most people playing Dota 2's ability draft have no idea what they're doing. Here's some hints to get you started.
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.
It’s been about two weeks now since Dota 2’s workshop tools expanded to allow custom game creation. While the tools are still in alpha, fans are already hard at...
Treasure keys are going to disappear from Dota 2 in a year’s time.
An Ubisoft consultant says game developers shouldn't copy League of Legends, because it doesn't gouge its player base enough. What?
According to the stream of Chinese Dota legend ZSMJ, Ferrari_430 is on his way to team DK, but who could he be replacing?
After taking home this year's TI4 championship easily, it's fair to say China's known for Dota 2. But could the next big team be one you've never heard of?
It's the logical thing to do after all the heroes have been ported from WC3 Dota to Dota 2.
TI4 set records with its $10m prize, and I think that's great. But here's why it shouldn't happen again.
The consensus outside China seems to be disappointment in a lackluster final series between Newbee and VG. But what did Chinese fans think?
The International 4 is over. But let's take a look at what the Dota 2 fans in Singapore did to celebrate it!
What do you think this most bittersweet International taught us so far?
The International 2014 (TI4) Aegis has been claimed.
Remember when we told you about the all-stars game with Techies in it at The International 2014 (TI4)? There’s now a replay video for you to enjoy!
No matter which team wins the grand final, The International 2014 (TI4)’s Aegis will be brought home to China.
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 ...
For fans of Asian teams and players, we’ve compiled these interview videos to temporarily scratch your TI4 itch.
After a bitter and controversial defeat at the hands of Na'Vi last year, Hao is back at TI4 getting revenge on the Europeans on the biggest Dota 2 stage on eart...
As Chinese team Newbee secured its spot at the Key Arena when TI4 kicks off again later this week, rumors swirled on the Chinese web about problems within the t...
Team Titan, the pride of Southeast Asia, has fallen. Natus Vincere (Na’Vi), the Roshan of the International, is heading to the main event via the lower bracket ...
Team DK fans may have been worried about the team’s performance with their strategies being leaked in a video by Gamefy, but with today’s performance, the Chine...
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.
Will the previous two champions reclaim what once was theirs or will TI4’s Aegis be claimed by someone else?
The International 2014 (TI4) has been a rollercoaster for everyone so far.
Did you know that there are players who have never missed playing in the International since it’s first year back in 2011?