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Intel 12th-gen Alder Lake hits unbelievable frame rates in leaked benchmark

An unreleased engineering sample of Intel's 12th Gen Alder Lake processor impressively achieved nearly 550 frames per second on Dota 2.
Tags: News, Trends, Intel, Computing, CPU, Processor, Dota, Alder Lake, 12th-Gen, Intel 12th gen Alder Lake


League of Legends Is Getting Its Own Animated Series on Netflix

Between this and the recent, solid DOTA animated show Dragon’s Blood, it seems like Netflix is going all-in on the hyperspecific market that is “wildly popular MOBA, but make it cartoons.”Read more...
Tags: MOBA, Science, Sports, Software, Netflix, Tencent, Esports, League Of Legends, Riot Games, Dota, Windows Games, Multiplayer Online Battle Arena, Video Gaming, Defense Of The Ancients, Dc Comics Characters, Arcane


It’s a Wonderful Day for a New Castlevania Season 4 Trailer From Netflix

Alucard, Belmont, and the rest of the clan are sharpening their blades and preparing to return in the fourth season of Castlevania. This adaption of the classic Konami video game series has received high marks from old school fans and newcomers alike, and it will wrap up its run with this final season on May 13. As depicted in the trailer, the fourth and final season of Castlevania depicts our heroes resuming their quest against Isaac and his followers. The show revels in the same action and bl...
Tags: TV, Adi Shankar, Castlevania, Konami, Netflix, Streaming, TV News


CS Score: This Is Us Composer Interview, Alien 3 2-CD Set Review

Hey there, film score lovers! We’ve got another fantastic lineup for you in this edition of CS Score, including a terrific interview with the Emmy-nominated composer of This Is Us, Siddhartha Khosla, who dove into his scoring process and detailed his unique, Indian-influenced take on the music for the hit TV show. Plus, we also got a chance to talk to composer  Dino Meneghin, who talked about his phenomenal score for Netflix’s animated series DOTA: Dragon’s Blood. Finally, we also got our ha...
Tags: Amazon, Comics, TV, Movies, India, Marvel, America, Fox, Netflix, Alaska, Cameron, Dreamworks, Batman, Emmy, Sigourney Weaver, Pixar


Updates From Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania, Borderlands, and More (io9)

Bruce Campbell just keeps on teasing his tiny role in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Netflix is making a new Wu Assassins movie. Get another new look at Netflix’s DOTA anime. Plus, teases for the next season of American Horror Story, and what’s coming on Batwoman and The Walking Dead. Spoilers now!Read more... [Author: James Whitbrook and Gordon Jackson]
Tags: News, Netflix, Bruce Campbell, James Whitbrook, Dota, James Whitbrook and Gordon Jackson, Gordon Jackson, Wu Assassins


‘DOTA: Dragon’s Blood’ Trailer: Netflix’s Video Game Anime is Blood-Soaked Swords-and-Sorcery

The popular DOTA 2 video-game franchise by Valve is becoming an anime series. Netflix’s DOTA: Dragon’s Blood adapts the beloved video game that started off as an unlikely Warcraft III mod, before Valve would trademark the name and launch the wildly successful DOTA 2. Watch the DOTA: Dragon’s Blood trailer below. DOTA Dragon’s Blood Trailer The eight-episode DOTA: Dragon’s Blood “tells the story of Davion, a renowned Dragon Knight devoted to wiping the scourge from the face of the world....
Tags: MOBA, Television, Movies, Netflix, Valve, Anime, Video Game, Dota, Korra, Action/Adventure, Ancients, TV Trailer, Mirana, Ashley Edward Miller, Valve DOTA, Davion


Netflix’s DOTA: Dragon’s Blood Show Focuses on the Dragon Knight

Netflix, always on the lookout for franchises to capitalize on, has set its sights on the revered DOTA 2 as they have teased a trailer for “DOTA: Dragon’s Blood”, a series that will focus on Davion, the Dragon Knight, a hero from the popular online multiplayer game. The show will consist of eight episodes and […]
Tags: Games, TV, Trailer, Fantasy, Netflix, Anime, Dota, Adaptations, Studio Mir


‘DOTA: Dragon’s Blood’ Teaser: New Anime Based on the Popular Video Game Franchise is Coming to Netflix

Netflix has been trying to corner the anime market for years, and its latest attempt has all the potential to be the streamer’s next hit. First, it comes from the studio that animated The Legend of Korra and Netflix’s own Voltron: Legendary Defender, and second, it’s based on a popular video game franchise that is ripe for an anime adaptation. Netflix revealed the upcoming release of DOTA: Dragon’s Blood, based on Valve’s Defense of the Ancients video game franchise, in a short teaser revealing...
Tags: MOBA, Movies, Netflix, Anime, Video Game, Miller, Dota, Korra, Ancients, Mirana, Ashley Edward Miller, Davion, DOTA: Dragon's Blood, Ryu Ki Hyun


Netflix is launching a 'Dota 2' anime series in March

Netflix is gearing up for the global launch of a new anime series based on Valve's multiplayer online battle arena game Dota 2.
Tags: Netflix, Dota


Valve’s Dota 2 will become a Netflix anime series on March 25th

The show is called Dota: Dragon’s Blood.
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Gwoop Academy wants to help you get better at video games

Every sport has its practice drills and exercises to help players hone skills between games. Why would esports be any different? Gwoop, a startup out of Minnesota, wants to be the place where gamers go to train between matches. They’re building up a collection of free browser-based training tools meant to help you measure and improve vital stats like reaction time, mouse control, and aim, and see how your stats compare to the best. Some of the training games currently up and running: Reaction...
Tags: Google, TC, Gaming, Minnesota, Minneapolis, Tech, Lee, Dota, Battle Royale, Gavin Lee, Gwoop, Gwoop Academy, MOBA Arena, Gwoop Gwoop


The Game Awards 2020 Winners Revealed

The Game Awards 2020 Winners Revealed The Game Awards 2020 has just wrapped its seventh annual ceremony! Check out the list of winners below and see if your favorites walked away with any awards! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; admiralCookie = null; if (typeof readAdmiralCookie === "function"){ admiralCookie = readAdmiralCo...
Tags: Games, Movies, Nintendo, Kim, Bob, The Game Awards, Alex, Esports, Anthony, Carrion, Lee, Ian, Raymond, Fabian, Danny, Bailey


Campo Santo Co-Founder Caught Banning Dota 2 Player for “Bad Call”

A Valve employee was caught misusing their powers to ban a player in Dota 2 for making a bad call, the employee in question turning out to be the co-founder of developer Campo Santo, Sean Vanaman, who issued DMCA takedowns to Pewdiepie and tried to convince others to do the same after the YouTuber said […]
Tags: Games, Valve, Dmca, Anime, Pewdiepie, Youtuber, Bans, Campo Santo, Dota, Online Gaming, Campo Santo Co Founder Caught Banning Dota, Campo Santo Sean Vanaman


2020’s The Game Awards Nominations Announced!

2020’s The Game Awards Nominations Announced! The Game Awards, video game’s biggest annual awards ceremony produced and hosted by Geoff Keighley, has revealed its full list of nominations for the best 2020 releases including Nintendo’s Animal Crossing: New Horizons, Sucker Punch’s Ghost of Tsushima, Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us Part II and more! Check out the full list of nominations below! RELATED:  CD Projekt Red Unveils Cyberpunk 2077 Xbox One & Series X Gameplay! ...
Tags: Games, Movies, Nintendo, Kim, Ubisoft, Bob, The Game Awards, Alex, Anthony, Lee, Ian, Raymond, Fabian, Danny, Abby, Ellie


Amazon spent 6 years and tens of millions of dollars making a huge new game that just got quietly killed

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos. Alex Wong/Getty Images On May 20, Amazon launched "Crucible" — a major new online multiplayer video game intended to compete with the likes of "Fortnite." Amazon had been working on the game since at least 2014. "Crucible" is the latest attempt from Amazon to push into the lucrative video game industry, which it has repeatedly failed to achieve. One week after launch, with fewer than 5,000 players on average, the game dropped off the charts. One month later, Amazon o...
Tags: Amazon, Gaming, Video Games, Entertainment, Youtube, Trends, Dota, Crucible, Ben Gilbert, Amazon Game Studios, Tech Insider, Fortnite, Valorant, Jeff Bezos Alex Wong Getty, Fortnite Amazon


Brand Moves for Tuesday September 15

In early March we began reporting daily on how brands were dealing with Covid-19. But it’s become clear that the current climate is one of near-perpetual disruption, so we decided to keep on telling the stories of inspiring brand leadership and strategy amid the latest crises in an anxious world. Our goal is to provide an up-to-the-minute source of information, inspiration and insight on brand moves as they happen. This year, at some of America’s biggest malls and outlet centers, the Thanksgivi...
Tags: Facebook, Twitter, Europe, London, Instagram, Nbc, Mexico, France, New York City, Advertising, America, United States, David Beckham, Santa Claus, Kpmg, Airlines


After misconduct scandals, Smash and Dota communities wrestle with what comes next

Prominent figures — including one accused of misconduct — share how to fix a toxic culture
Tags: Gaming, Harassment, News, Trends, Super Smash Bros, Sexual Abuse, Esports, Dota, Sexual Misconduct, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate


Amazon spent 6 years and tens of millions of dollars making a huge new game that flopped and was pulled from stores weeks after its launch (AMZN)

On May 20, Amazon launched "Crucible," a major new video game that was in development for over five years. One week later, the game completely dropped off the charts. One month later, and Amazon outright pulled the game from availability and put it back into "closed beta" — a term used in game development to signify a game isn't complete. "Crucible" is the latest attempt from Amazon to push into the lucrative video game industry, which it has repeatedly failed to achieve. Visit Business Inside...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Youtube, Trends, Dota, AMZN, Crucible, Ben Gilbert, Fortnite, Valorant, Riot Games Amazon


Here’s Why 2020 is the Breakout Year For All You Gamers [Guest Post]

By Or Briga, co-founder and CEO of Novos 2020 has seen a sudden rise in the number of gamers. People of all ages are playing their favourite video-game titles in 2020 because of the extra time they have.Gaming companies are struggling to keep their servers in top condition because of the sudden surge in players. Getting into a lobby with all a group of friends and starting a session of gaming is the present “go-to” for millions of people these days. In this article, I’m going to highlight ...
Tags: Trends, Kyle, Dota, Battle Royale, Briga, Novac Djokovic, Novos, Giersdorf, esports Athletes Coaching


Amazon just launched a major video game, but it looks to already be a major flop (AMZN)

On May 20, Amazon launched a major new video game that was in development for over five years: "Crucible." Across the last week, the game has completely dropped off the charts and appears to be a flop out of the gate. "Crucible" is the latest attempt from Amazon to push into the lucrative video game industry — something the company has repeatedly failed to achieve. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Did you know that Amazon, the biggest company in the world, launched a big-bu...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Trends, Dota, Fortnite, Thinknum Alternative Data Crucible


Valve Inviting Players to Try out Artifact Beta 2.0

Hoping to transform the doomed game into something that will help recoup costs, Valve has launched a beta signup page for Artifact 2.0, the upcoming new form of their Dota 2 based card game that originally shut down. Artifact, a card game reminiscent to Heartstone, was stricken with poor sales and player numbers – its […]
Tags: Games, Valve, Anime, TCG, Pc Gaming, Beta, Dota, Heartstone


Daily Crunch: Uber and Airbnb lay off thousands

Uber and Airbnb are cutting significant portions of their workforce, Microsoft announces new Surface devices and we talk to Apple Craig Federighi about the new iPad cursor. Here’s your Daily Crunch for May 6, 2020. 1. Uber is laying off 3,700 as rides plummet due to COVID-19 In an SEC filing, Uber disclosed plans to layoff 3,700 employees — around 14% percent of the ride hailing giant’s total workforce. The company says that the job loss is part of a planned reduction in operating expenses ...
Tags: Apple, TC, Transportation, Uber, Microsoft, Tech, SEC, Airbnb, Loon, Lux, AT T, Dota, Craig Federighi, Panos Panay, Daily Crunch, Alphabet 's Loon


The future of deep-reinforcement learning, our contemporary AI superhero

Rish Joshi Contributor Rish is an entrepreneur and investor. Previously, he was a VC at Gradient Ventures (Google’s AI fund), co-founded a fintech startup building an analytics platform for SEC filings and worked on deep-learning research as a graduate student in computer science at MIT. It was not long ago that the world watched World Chess Champion Garry Kasparov lose a decisive match against a supercomputer. IBM’s Deep Blue embodied the state of the art in th...
Tags: Google, Gaming, Column, Science, Tech, Mit, Artificial Intelligence, SEC, Ibm, Robotics, Agi, Garry Kasparov, Dota, Deep Blue, Market Analysis, Gradient Ventures Google


WePlay! announces $250K online Dota event

On the day its online fundraising tournament concluded, WePlay! Esports announced Thursday that it is hosting a $250,000 online Dota 2 tournament next month. Pushka League will start on April 23 and feature 14 teams divided into two regional groups.
Tags: News, Sports, Dota, WePlay Esports, Pushka League


Valve Bans Thousands of DOTA 2 Accounts

Game developer Valve has issued a statement claiming they have banned over 40,000 DOTA 2 accounts for abusing the MOBA’s matchmaking system, an action that has garnered a mixed reaction from the community. Valve’s statement was to the point and did not specify what exactly the matchmaking abuse being committed was: On the same day […]
Tags: MOBA, Games, Steam, Valve, Anime, Pc Gaming, Bans, Dota


Blizzard Now Claims Full Copyright For Player-Mode 'Custom Game' Mods (slashdot)

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: As influential as Warcraft III was in the real-time strategy genre, the game's most enduring legacy might be as the basis for genre-defining, fan-made custom game spin-offs like Defense of the Ancients (aka Dota) and Auto Chess in its wake. Now, Blizzard is taking steps to ensure it retains complete ownership of any such custom games that originate from its titles in the future, including those that come out of Warcraft III's recently releas...
Tags: News, Ars Technica, Dota, Ancients, BeauHD


Warcraft III: Reforged: What the new custom content policy means for modders

Blizzard's new policy would prevent players from creating the next DOTA in Reforged and profiting off of it.
Tags: Gaming, Trends, Activision Blizzard, Dota, Warcraft III: Reforged


Blizzard Owns Your Custom Warcraft 3: Reforged Games

It is a fact somewhat lost to time—though certainly not one Blizzard will ever forget—that the eternally enduring MOBA genre got its start in Blizzard games. Riot and Valve, however, ended up reaping the rewards of seeds that were sown by custom game-makers in StarCraft and Warcraft 3. After a 2012 lawsuit, Valve even…Read more...
Tags: Science, Pc, Blizzard, Valve, Kotakucore, Starcraft, Riot, Warcraft, Dota, Warcraft 3, Warcraft 3 Reforged


Blizzard Now Claims Full Copyright For Player-Mode 'Custom Game' Mods

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: As influential as Warcraft III was in the real-time strategy genre, the game's most enduring legacy might be as the basis for genre-defining, fan-made custom game spin-offs like Defense of the Ancients (aka Dota) and Auto Chess in its wake. Now, Blizzard is taking steps to ensure it retains complete ownership of any such custom games that originate from its titles in the future, including those that come out of Warcraft III's recently releas...
Tags: Tech, Ars Technica, Dota, Ancients


The Best Gaming Genres for Travelers

Traveling is the type of activity that every youngster wants to practice consistently. There’s no wonder about that since traveling can often represent an eye-opening experience with a long-lasting impact. However, being on a constant move can also have a few downsides, especially if you’re traveling alone . Those lone travelers will often have to fill up large time gaps. Reading books or watching movies always represent a great option. But, for the tech-savvy ones, gaming might be an even...
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