Valve is getting into the VR headset game, and is preparing to demo its SteamVR system at Game Developers Conference 2015. This will be done alongside new hardware which includes, a new Steam Controller and living room devices. What the company is up to is not entirely certain, but it definitely looks like Half Life 3 is not on the books for this year.
This is the moment Dota fans have all been waiting for. Natus Vincere a.k.a Na’Vi has been announced as the team directly invited to the Major All Stars Dota 2 Tournament LAN finals. The event will take place from the 20-22 March 2015 at Stadium Malawati, Shah Alam. Fallout Gaming has also revealed the European qualifier teams and their match schedules.
Fallout Gaming has unveiled more information about the US and Europe qualifiers. The US qualifiers tournament will be happening from the 14th to 17th February 2015 and the format is simple – Eight teams will play against each other in a single elimination style round in a best of three series while the qualifier finals being a best of five series.
Valve is continuing to clamp down on potential matching fixing while cleaning up its side of the eSports scene. The company has advised Counter-Strike: Global Offensive players against placing bets on matches, associate with CS:GO gamblers, or even provide information to third parties.
Fallout Gaming has announced that the Major All Stars Dota 2 Tournament grand finals will be held at Stadium Malawati in Shah Alam, from the 20th of March to the 22nd of March 2015. Eight teams will compete at the LAN finals for the prize pool of $USD100,000 in the largest Dota 2 tournament in South East Asia
Fallout Gaming, the event organisers for the Major All Stars Dota 2 tournament, has released an official statement regarding an incident that occured two days ago during the bracket A qualifier finals, where there was suspicion that cheating has occurred in a match between Natit Gaming and TEAMnxl>.
The wild card qualifier for the Dota 2 Asia Championships 2015 concluded yesterday with Na’Vi and Hyper Glory Team making it to the playoffs. The DAC 2015 is one of the largest Dota 2 tournament after The International and this year is also supporting itself with a crowd-sourced prize pool.