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Andreea Esanu, also known as Div, is an esports journalist focused on the game she loves the most, Dota 2. Andreea has over fifteen years of experience in media, she graduated a journalistic university and she also has a bachelor degree in theatrical art.

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DD unable to join Team Aster for OGA Dota PIT Season 4

Team Aster announced a last minute stand-in for OGA Dota PIT Season 4 as their mid lane player, Liu "DD"

beastcoast eliminate EternaLEnVy’s 4FUN from Realms Collide: The Burning Darkness

The Valve sponsored online tournament for North and South America, Realms Collide: The Burning Darkness reached the playoffs stage, but

Dota Plus Winter update brings a Grandmaster tier level, a new treasure and new seasonal quests

Dota Plus Winter update went live on December 1st adding plenty of new seasonal quests and a surprise for the

ALWAYSWANNAFLY wishes Techies to be gone in the next patch and Lina to be reworked

Natus Vincere captain Andrey "ALWAYSWANNAFLY" Bondarenko was featured in one of the Epic League official interviews for Russian language speakers

Ninjas in Pyjamas exit the Dota 2 scene

The extremely hard year for the Dota 2 competitive scene forces one of the most known European organizations to rethink

Ramzes enters partnership with Nike

Russian Dota 2 player Roman “RAMZES666” Kushnarev who is currently working on establishing a new organization with his former Virtus.pro

Gambit Esports drop their carry during Epic League group play

Gambit Esports rebuilt their Dota 2 team from scratch and introduced a fresh line-up mid-October, just about two weeks before

OGA Dota PIT returns with a fourth season for China region

With two tournaments wrapping up this weekend, OGA Dota PIT announced another round of China Dota action featuring the best

A day of defeats for CIS Dota at Epic League saves Team Liquid from relegation and puts Just Error in danger

All three CIS teams fighting in the Epic League group stage suffered defeats, which for some comes with possible relegation. The

T1 roster changes continue with JaCkky and Xepher joining in

T1 roster is once again complete with two players announced today to have joined the team coached by the Korean

Epic League: Vikin.gg inflict the first loss on Virtus.pro

In what looks to be a neck and neck battle for the first place in the group stage at Epic

Ceb on what he learned this year: “When I have a sense that something is achievable, then I’m not the best version of what I can be”

The back to back TI champion Sébastien "Ceb" Debs was featured in one of the official interviews for EPIC League