Game-changing Ravages, Bruno’s Suits, and Autographed Blink Daggers or Why The International 2014 Was a Huge Success.
I was fortunate enough to attend this years The International 2014 DoTA 2 competition. It’s worth mentioning right off the bat that this championships held a record-winning prize pool of $10,927,840, funded mainly by people who love to play.
This was my first time attending an e-sports event in person, so I wasn’t quite so what to expect. After encountering a real life Legion Commander, losing my voice from cheering, and meeting some of the players in person, I could say it was the most fun experience of my life. I will miss being immersed in a crowd of people who share the same passion for gaming.
The International was nothing short of amazing. TI15 can’t come soon enough.
P.S. Hi fwosh!
This year I am attending Valve’s The International 2014 even for DoTA 2 at the Key Arena! I’m proud to live in Seattle, where all of the action will be taking place. I am looking forward to meeting new people, witnessing great teams play, and maybe even learning a thing or two.
As if my excitement wasn’t clear enough already, I’ve created several ‘in-game items’ such as a Blink Dagger and Bracers.
This year I am attending the DoTA 2 International! Seeing how I live in Seattle, I feel oh-so lucky that I am only 20 minutes from the Key Arena (psst, anyone want to carpool?)
I cleaned up some of my old designs in preparation for the Secret Shop Design contest. Winners will be able to show off their stuff at the merch section at the International! If you want to see these on a shirt or poster, shoot me a thumbs up to show some support.
I drew some DoTA doodles since I picked up the game in September.