Dota 2 is a MOBA online multiplayer game made by Valve Corporation and it’s free to download via their Steam platform. The matches and tournaments are not daily, but when they do happen, they attract a lot of attention and the viewership is one of the most dedicated in the world. Dota 2 is a very complex game with an infinite amount of playstyles. The main goal is to destroy the enemies ancient. There are a lot of chances to place a Dota 2 bet if you are confident in your game knowledge.
Dota 2 has been on the forefront of eSports, since the games’ launch and it has the biggest tournament in the world, The International. This year the prize pool was 34.5 million and it was mostly funded by the games’ players via the Dota 2 battle pass. The player would gain an expansion to various features in Dota 2 and help fund the huge prize pool at the same time.
The first version of Dota was released in 2003, it was a mod for Warcraft 3. The first version became very popular and it was then developed into Dota 2, back in 2011. The main event throughout the years was The International, with its huge prize pool and, with the absolute best teams and players showing off their skills. Dota 2 betting is almost as popular as the spectating itself.
Dota 2 is a game with almost an infinite amount of variations, every other tournament a new meta pops up with a crazy build that works or is too strong. Since the game gets patches quite often, there’s always a new variation of gameplay that the players discover. This is one of the reasons why Dota 2 is so fun to watch and to bet on, as there’s always an element of surprise involved.
Betting on the outcome can be difficult, but if one can calculate the strengths and weaknesses of both teams picks and play styles - the feat can be done, there’s always a chance to win big. Dota 2 betting enhances the match observing pleasure, when money is on the line, this is why FOREST.BET offers only the best odds for the top matches. Placing a bet only takes 3 clicks and you can observe the match via our website’s twitch screen implementation.