DOTA 2 gamescom tourney to be streamed online

By Johnny Cullen, Wednesday, 10 August 2011 11:16 GMT

IceFrog’s confirmed that the worldwide DOTA 2 tournament at gamescom next week, which will see the game unveiled for the first time, will be streamed online. The news was confirmed on the DOTA forums, with the livestream coming in four languages: English, Russian, Chinese and German. You can get the stream here. The game launches later this year.

Thanks, AEPortal.

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