G-League switches to Dota 2 next season

General Gosu “GosuGamers” Gamers
G-League(not to be mistaken with G-1 League) is a major tournament in China that is known for its large prize pools and amazing playoffs.

With the recent announcement of Dota 2 Chinese distributor and G-1 League transition to Dota 2, it is no surprise that more and more tournaments are doing the same. This time it's the G-League. This marks a closer step in the transition to Dota 2 for China.

Here is the translation of the article:

Note: The following translated article is edited to suit the reading of the language as such, several words might have been swapped out. Though, the meaning still remains within the article.

As shown in the pictures above, G-League has already made preparations for their transition to Dota 2! Perhaps after the G-1 League, the second big Dota 2 tournament within China will be scheduled. Although the G-League has already put up the webpage and the entrance to the Dota 2 section,the webpages are still empty. Regardless, Chinese tournaments transiting from DotA to Dota 2 is already starting to become a trend, and Dota 2 will eventually have its own era in China like DotA did.

More Dota 2 tournaments will naturally appear, I hope that Dota 2 will be able to allow more players that truly love the game into the beta, sharing the happiness that we all have!

For the original Chinese article, please tune in to Dota 2 replays to read about it.

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