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dota 2 websiteDota 2 is a huge game right now, and while it may not be as popular as League of Legends 3 Great Sites To Find League Of Legends Builds & Guides 3 Great Sites To Find League Of Legends Builds & Guides As an avid League of Legends player for the past year, I'd be a complete liar to say I haven't learned my fair share about the game purely from copying the strategies of others. That's... Read More , it is hot on its heels with an ever rising player base. As a whole, the MOBA Look Forward To A New Twist On The MOBA Genre With SMITE [MUO Gaming] Look Forward To A New Twist On The MOBA Genre With SMITE [MUO Gaming] I'd be lying to you if I didn't say that I was just a little bit obsessed with League of Legends. It's one of the most fun and competitive games I've ever played over the... Read More genre is growing by leaps and bounds every single day, with new players discovering it and deciding to take the time to learn what these games bring to the table.

With all of that being said, Dota 2 and League of Legends are hard games to learn. The skill required to master each of the heroes is great, and it’s not the kind of game you are just going to pick up and play without getting your butt handed to you on many occasions. As I mentioned previously, watching Dota 2 streamers 9 Active And Knowledgeable Dota 2 Streamers All Players Should Be Watching 9 Active And Knowledgeable Dota 2 Streamers All Players Should Be Watching About a month ago I got hooked on a little game known as Dota 2 , and I’ve been playing it nonstop ever since. I tried League of Legends initially, and for some reason, it... Read More is a great way to learn, but if you want to go even further, there are tons of websites designed to help new players progress in the game.

In addition to learning, there are many Dota 2 websites out there designed to help keep up with the competitive scene. The rise of the MOBA has had a direct impact on the popularity of so called esports, and Dota 2 has a lively competitive scene that can be hard to keep up with. Some of the sites on this list will let you know who are the teams to watch out for, and when the next great tournament is taking place.

PurgeGamers.com

I’ve talked about Purges stream before, but his Dota 2 website is also a fantastic resource for Dota 2 information. I am especially fond of his giant article called “Welcome to Dota, You Suck.” This epic article covers almost every aspect of the game and is something I suggest all new players take the time to read. It’s not a short article by any stretch, but the knowledge contained within makes it well worth the time to sit down and plow through.

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In addition to his articles, Purge also pulls some select games from his streams and posts them to the site. He even does commentary over replays of games, which offers more detailed learning, because he is focused more on teaching and less on playing. The News section even covers the competitive scene, so this site really has it all.

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Dota2.com

The official Dota 2 website is a shockingly good resource. It comes equipped with a “Heropedia” designed to introduce games to the massive list of heroes, and the Steam Guides, which are also available in the game itself. These guides, written by players, offer an incredible amount of depth and knowledge for specific heroes and general gameplay tactics.

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The official site does not go too deep into the competitive scene, but it covers the big tournaments like The International. Any Dota 2 fan should spend a good deal of time on this site.

PlayDota.com

This is, without question, one of the most content-packed Dota 2 websites around. It is considered an official site, and as such, all the information contained within it is accurate. In terms of news, it’s not the most active website, but it does cover much of what is happening in the biggest professional tournaments.

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The bread and butter of PlayDota is the forum. It is a massive community of players covering everything from the competitive scene to tips for new players. It even continues to deal with the original Warcraft 3 Dota mod, so old school players can still get their fix there. Besides the forums, there is tons of articles and other key information to help you expand your knowledge of everything Dota. For the hardcore player, it’s easy to lose many hours hanging out on PlayDota.

Reddit.com/r/Dota2

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The Dota2 Reddit is always growing, and with it, the amount of content posted expands. As you would expect from Reddit, plenty of photos are posted, but there is also a great deal of strategy discussion and players talking about the competitive scene. If you want a place to come discuss Dota 2 with other serious players, this Reddit is a great option.

Dota Insight

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Dota Insight has a website, but there is not much on there other than a few hero guides. The reason this makes the list is because of their fantastic Dota 2 podcast. It’s very active, with new episodes airing weekly. Each episode covers fun games the hosts played in the last week, tips for heros, the latest patches, and the biggest happenings from the professional Dota 2 scene. If you want to consume your Dota information in audio form, this is the Dota 2 website for you.

Your Turn

What Dota 2 websites do you visit? Hit the comments section below and let us know!

  1. s3xyvenom(yogesh)
    February 23, 2015 at 5:39 pm

    Dota is Not About About Reading Articles and Perfecting It, It Is about Playing the game more and more and learning from your mistakes. Im Playing Dota From 7 Years, I Still Learn Some New things Every Match I play.

  2. AucT
    October 18, 2013 at 12:46 pm

    imo remove purge gamers anddota insight and add smth like dotafire etc

  3. Arben Myrtaj
    May 21, 2013 at 10:55 pm

    You won't learn dota in sites, you need to play it for a couple of months first, and by play I mean regularly play, like at least 3-4 games every day, and then you should start reading guides, I learnt a lot from playdota.com guides, but you can learn much much more than that by watching pro player streamings, you will learn about team work, warding, map awareness and so on. The problem is will you have the patience to do all that?

    • HolyLoser
      September 25, 2013 at 7:25 pm

      what are you talking about this is not about site to learn everything about dota but about keeping in touch with the latest news and update. Like new hero or update and upcomming stuff

    • New Player
      March 11, 2015 at 6:25 am

      Your comment reminded me of Defense of the Patience. Another Dota 2 podcast not listed here. Good stuff. Focuses on newer players a lot. Definitely agree. You don't learn Dota with articles, but by playing. That said, guides can definitely help accelerate some aspects of that and are great jumping off points for new players. Welcome to Dota 2, You Suck at purge's site above is definitely a good read for all new players, though lengthy.

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