Dota 2: UK major tournament to 'inspire' fans
Britain's first-ever Dota 2 major tournament wants to "offer inspiration" to UK fans, organisers say.
The event, being held in Birmingham this weekend, see teams from across the world compete for a $1m (£750,000) prize pool.
There are only a few top level British players of the game, but tickets for the event sold out in 24 hours.
James Dean, from event organiser ESL, says: "We're hoping the major will offer inspiration to the UK community."
He hopes that seeing the world's best players up close and personal will help drive more UK-based players to compete at the top... read more
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