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The network has published a strategy game in Dota 2 at the world tournament

Chinese website Gamefy wrote its strategy for participation in the tournament.

The network has published a strategy game in Dota 2 at the world tournament Dota 2

The international Dota 2 championship kicks off on Friday, pick-up games last week already. The stakes are high; the prize Fund is more than $ 10 million. It is important to every movement of the teams-competitors, therefore strategy is of great importance for those who want to win. The participants were locked in rooms closed from prying eyes (particularly from media), and work your strategy.

However, the strategy of one of the teams was leaked to the Internet. According to PCGamesN, team DK's tactics have become public knowledge through the actions of the Chinese website Gamefy, who managed unauthorized to send one of their journalists in the room strategy before the match. The journalist managed to shoot a video, and soon it was posted online.

Coach unhappy DK has demanded the immediate removal of the video, but a little late – the video got on YouTube. Gamefy also publicly apologized in writing to the text given below.

Dear DK and Dota 2 fans, journalist Gamefy started shooting videos without the permission of Valve and Team DK, and accidentally uploaded sensitive information to the network. We apologize for their actions.

We understand the frustration and disappointment caused by the Team DK because of the video and we are fully aware of the pain that was experienced by the fans of Dota 2. In accordance with the rules and regulations of Valve Corporation, personnel responsible cannot continue to participate in news reporting TI 4; we also strictly adhere to the rules of the organizing Committee. Without further permission from Valve, we will not enter into the rooms to hold any kind of shooting.

Finally, we hope for forgiveness and understanding from all of Team DK, all Dota 2 fans, and other TI 4 players.

Fans asked Valve, which hosts The International 4 to take action against Gamefy, but the company has not yet commented on the situation.

Source: GameSpot.com
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  • Date: 07 July 2014 00:19

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