Saturday, September 20, 2014

Steam local currency available in Southeast Asia

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - With Steam's explosive growth in Southeast Asia due to DOTA 2's popularity, Valve has decided to release localized pricing in the following Asian countries: Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Philippines and Indonesia.

The Steam Asia stores:
Indonesian Rupiah - IDR:
Malaysian Ringgit - MYR:
Philippine Peso - PHP:
Singapore Dollar - SGD:
Thai Baht - THB:

Prices for the games are relatively cheaper compared to the American Steam Store.

Dota 2 players in ID, MY, PH, SG and TH can now buy using their local currencies.

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Sunday, September 14, 2014

MVP Phoenix wins IESF Asian Dota 2 Championship 2014

South Korea wins 1st IESF Asian Championship 

Cebu City, Philippines - MVP Phoenix (South Korea) won over MSI (Philippines) 2-1 to win 5000 USD and a spot at the IESF World Championships in Baku, Azerbaijan.

Prize Pool Distribution: 
1. MVP Phoenix (South Korea) - 5000 USD
2. MSI (Philippines) - 3000 USD
3. Arcanys (Philippines) - 2000 USD

MVP Phoenix Line-up:
1. Forev - Lee Sang Don   
2. QO - Kim Seon Yeob
3. March - Park Tae Won   
4. Reisen - Lee Jun Yeong   
5. Heen - Lee Seung Gon    

Congratulations MVP Phoenix!

CaptainEul's recommended match of the tournament: 
MVP Phoenix (South Korea) vs Arcanys (Philippines) - Group Stage

Saturday, September 13, 2014

How to delete Dota 2 custom maps

How to delete Dota 2 custom games

This guide will teach you how to remove Dota 2 custom maps.

1. Open DOTA 2

2. Click the PLAY button found on the upper part of the DOTA 2 client.

3. Go to the CUSTOM GAMES tab.

4. Right click on the Dota 2 custom map that you want to remove.


6. You have officially removed the custom game mode from your DOTA 2 client!

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Sunday, September 7, 2014

Evil Geniuses - Dota 2 WEC Champions 2014

EG wins the 2014 World Esport Championship

Shanghai, China - Evil Geniuses (United States) won over Cloud9 to take the 2014 Dota 2 World Esport Championship held in China.

WEC 2014 Dota 2 Prize Pool Distribution: 
WEC Champions: 97600 USD  - Evil Geniuses (United States)
2nd Place: 32500 USD  - Cloud 9 (International)
3rd Place : 16200 USD  - ViCi Gaming (China)
4th Place: 8100 USD - NewBee (Newbee)
5th to 8th Place: 3250 USD - HGT,  LGD.CDEC, LGD, Na`Vi (Ukraine)

 EG receives a briefcase full of cash
Evil Geniuses Line-up:
1. Peter Dager - ppd
2. Sahiil Arora - Universe
3. Artour Babaev - Arteezy
4. Ludwig Wahlberg - Zai
5. Clinton Loomis - Fear

Congratulations EG!