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WePlay Esports have been a player in the esports industry for a few years now. To Dota 2 fans, they are most known for their online leagues started back in 2013. Towards the end of 2018, WePlay flourished into a tournament organizer who likes to do things differently. From production to tournament formats and marketing materials, they’ve surprised with every event hosted, and from November 2018 to now they already did a few for different games.
From the Artifact Mighty Triad three-part series: Strength, Agility, Intellect, to CS:GO Lock and Load and the Madness Dota 2 events, the company has always come up with fresh ideas. This week they are running Valentines Madness, a Dota 2 tournament with 12 teams. The competition itself is held online but the panel has been invited to the WePlay offices from Kiev, Ukraine where they seem to have a lot of fun spending Valentine’s Day commentating the game they love.
As part of the Valentines madness “fluff’ content, WePlay brought to us some totally unexpected Purge guides. For once, Kevin “Purge” Godec is not spending hours going through all the patch notes dissecting for us every change and it’s not teaching us the intricacies of a hero either.
This week, Purge comes to help those who might have found themselves alone once again on Valentine’s Day.
Purge’s Guide to Dating
The guide is created in such a way so it can be easily understood by the Dota 2 fans. If dating is as hard as matchmaking for someone, then his guide will surely help change your single player status.
Once you understood the basics of matchmaking, it’s time to learn how to play the relationship game so you won’t have to watch a Dota 2 tournament alone anymore.
Purge’s Guide to Relationship
The Valentines Madness tournament reached the quarterfinals. Six teams are left in the competition: Ninjas in Pyjamas, Na’Vi, Alliance, Gambit Esports, The Pango and Team Empire, so make sure you tune in today and the next two days to see who takes the title!