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The International Dota 2 Championship that kicks off later this week will be streamed on ESPN3, Valve just announced. A special pre-show event "previewing the final match" will air on ESPN2 Sunday night at 8:30 PM Pacific Time.


In addition to watching on the ESPN3 streaming service proper, Valve also said the event will be accessible "on smartphones and tablets via the WatchESPN app, and streamed on televisions through Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, Roku, Xbox 360, and Xbox One." In other words: all you Dota 2 fans out there have a lot of different ways to tune into the thing. Huzzah!

The International begins Friday, July 18th, and runs through Monday, July 21st. Learn more about the championship over at its website.

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Whoa. This is big news. Hopefully the FGC gets this type of exposure soon. I mean sure some things are gonna have to change and get cleaned up, but it would be amazing if EVO receives this kind of coverage.