Wednesday, March 24, 2010
Asian and Oceania teams gear up for the Alienware Asia DotA Championship 2010! Alienware, Dell subsidiary specializing in gaming equipment, is giving out USD 5,550 cash in prizes. Played online with better connections in Garena rooms, you can relax at home or play with your team in a LAN cafe! Form your team now because available slots fill up quickly!
Registration opens on March 31. Besides increasing your chances by upgrading your gaming gear, follow this guide to register a team on the Garena Tournament System, read the qualifier rules and study the ADC 2009 replays to prepare! Remember to stay tuned for information on how to complete your registration.
ALIENWARE ADC 2010 PRIZES
2nd Runner-up: $800
4th Place: $400
5th Place: $350
6th Place: $300
7th Place: $250
8th Place: $200
9th Place: $150
10th – 12nd Place: $100
Returning teams include Nirvana.cn, Nirvana.my, Aeon, MCiTY, StarsBoba, AlienwareDigi, Mineski.PH and DTrust!
Monday, March 22, 2010
Saturday, March 20, 2010
Sunday, March 14, 2010
Tuesday, March 9, 2010
Recently, WeMade Entertainment signed a contract with Digitalic allowing them to release Digimon RPG along with its currently-in-development sequel, Digimon Masters. Originally Digitalic had signed a contract with CDC games, however the contract was cancelled.
Digimon Battle is the English version of the Korean Digimon RPG, which was originally scheduled to be released sometime last year (2009) by CDC Games. Now it is scheduled to be released march 2010, the date displayed on the official trailer, with Korean MMO developer and service provider "WeMade Entertainment" handling its operation.
Wednesday, March 3, 2010
Tuesday, March 2, 2010
The rating goes by the numeric numbers of zero until hundred whilst to indicate the standards of player you might want to play with or recruit for competitive DotA.
Public DotA (based on the overall skills/performance/experience of a player having fun/casual ways OR applying competitive strategies/experience to play the match)
0 - 20 - Newbie. Tends to fail in most games and has very low ideas of how DotA is played.
21 - 40 - Beginner. Knows basic knowledges about DotA and how it is played but no proper path.
41 - 60 - Amateur. Has quite a certain knowledge about DotA and its gameplay. Moderately.
61 - 80 - Semi-Pro. Wise enough to master DotA heroes and the knowledge required to win.
81 - 100 - Elite. Extremely knowledgeable of the game map and plays at the peak of gaming.
Competitive DotA (based on the overall talent/skills/strategies/teamwork/co-ordinations to play it in normal/competitive arena)
0 - 20 - Newbie. Will bring utter disappointment in big leagues and tournament due to low skills.
21 - 40 - Amateur. Knows basic DotA but still unable to cope with competitive gameplay styles.
41 - 60 - Semi-Pro. Is able to cope with competitive play styles and slightly improves teamplay.
61 - 80 - Elite. Adaptive to the competitive arena and uses strategies and skills to battle it out.
81 - 100 - Star. Extremely insane skills and teamplay to win out most DotA matchups.
Note : Public DotA can be short formed as PD ratings and Competitive DotA can be short formed as CD ratings. To use it with a format example(my very own example and my current skills indicator) :
Garena/Bnet Nickname : MY.RollsRoyce
PD ratings : 82/100 (Elite)
CD ratings : 60/100 (Semi-Pro)
This concludes the indicator for both categories to classified the game you always play. If you happen to surf through this blog, do welcome! Get to know where's your position are!