Here is the process to bet money on Defense of the Ancients, the Valve' MOBA in three steps.
1- Login to your eSport bookmaker
2- Choose your Team, deposit and bet
3- In case of victory, your account will be credited
The direct successor to Defense Of The Ancients: All Stars (DotA), the Warcraft III mod traditionally presented as one of the precursors of MOBA (Icefrog, who has been developing DotA for years, is at the head of Dota 2 at Valve), Dota 2 is based on the confrontation in arenas of two teams of five players seeking to destroy the opponent's base.
The game has been exposed to the public at a major world tournament, The International 2011. The beta test opened in September 2011. In 2013, the number of available beta keys exploded, with each tester receiving packages on a regular basis. Finally the game was officially released on Steam in July 2013. The game is only playable through the Steam multi-game platform. It's completely free, with the Steam shop only being used to acquire cosmetic items (which can be won at the end of the game) or items related to the competitive scene.
Dota 2 already contains about a hundred heroes, it relies on a graphics engine based on the Source Engine (from the Valve studio at the origin of the project) and contains a voice chat feature integrated into the game. To better integrate new players (we know MOBA players are sometimes a bit bellicose and not always very friendly), Valve has set up an in-game tutorial and guides for each in-game character proposed by members of the community.
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