On this episode of The GAP Luke Lawrie (Stevivor) and Joab Gilroy (Red Bull Games) wrap up all the happenings of the main event at the Dota 2 International. They also discuss the games they’ve been playing which includes Pyre,

Well, we’re in trouble. The Elon Musk-funded OpenAI team have created an artificial intelligence (AI) that is capable at beating the top human Dota 2 players. The OpenAI player has bested top humans, including Dendi, as seen below. OpenAI first ever

Valve used The International to reveal a brand new card-based game, Artifact, set in the Dota universe. Artifact: The Dota Card Game is as it sounds, though not much else is known about the project as yet. I've been working on @PlayArtifact

On this episode of The GAP Luke Lawrie (Stevivor) and Joab Gilroy (Red Bull Games) talk about Joab’s PlayStation 4 getting bricked while trying to review a game, and the NBL announces they’ll be taking on the NBA during their

On this episode of The GAP Luke Lawrie (Stevivor) and Joab Gilroy (Red Bull Games) try to figure out who it was that told Joab to play that moon game. They talk about the games they’ve been playing which includes

On this episode of The GAP, Luke Lawrie (Stevivor) and Joab Gilroy (Red Bull Games) get their hands on Quake Champions, and things don’t look good at the moment. They also talk about PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, the Gaming4Life charity stream, Dota

On this episode of The GAP Luke Lawrie (Stevivor) and Joab Gilroy (Red Bull Games) mix things up with video games and card games for this week. The games they’ve been playing include Tekken 7, Sniper Ghost Warrior 3, PlayerUnknown’s

Razer today launched an initiative called “Paid to Play”, in which players using the Razer Cortex launcher will earn points for playing PC titles like Overwatch, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, DOTA 2, Paladins and League of Legends. Points are earned by launching any of

Dota 2‘s 7.00 patch is causing a lot of mixed reactions across the internet. The huge patch — with full patch notes that can be found here — has sweeping, rather drastic ramifications for the popular game. Among massive changes to

ASUS’ Republic of Gamers today announced ROG Masters, a new eSports tournament offering up a $200,000 USD prize pool to Asia-Pacific players. Running over September and October, Dota 2 and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive players can duke it out for a chance to

Twitch has unleash a barrage of streaming stats for 2015. On average, each Twitch user spent 422 minutes watching games streamed over the service last year. That totals a whopping 241.4 billion minutes of streams watched over 2015. Twitch also

Dota 2 is now the first ever game to run exclusively on Source 2 after being upgraded from the original Source engine. With the upgrade to Source 2, Dota’s gameplay remains unchanged while the UI and game modes have undergone changes.

North American Dota 2 team Evil Genius have won this years iteration of The International, netting themselves $6,630,109 USD. They put on a dominant performance against their Chinese opponents CDEC, defeating them 3-1. CDEC still earned themselves a cool $2.8

Oh boy. The Dota 2 International 2015 is just around the corner now — 3 – 8 August, more details here — and the prize pool has just inched its way past $17 million USD. That’s a frankly outrageous prize

If you’re a particularly dedicated Dota 2 player or just a fan of the game you’ll likely already know about The Compendium. This nifty book gives access to a host of game and player stats during the big four tournaments

The Dota 2 International may not be until August, but the teams invited to the event are being announced right now. So far Vici Gaming, Evil Geniuses, Team Secret and Invictus Gaming have all scored invites, with more being announced