Dragon Slayer Awards Nominee DOTA 2 Running for Top Community Management Team

Is the DOTA 2 Community Management Team awesome enough to win the Dragon Slayer Award? You decide!

The Dragon Slayer Award nominations are in! These companies and individuals have worked hard to earn their place as nominees, and now it's up to you to vote for the best of the best. The Dragon Slayer Awards has nine categories for you to check out. In the Top Community Management Team, one of the nominees is DOTA 2. Recently released from its beta version on July 10, 2013, DOTA 2 is now free-to-play. Some new improvements have been made from the beta version. Beta testers, what do you think of the changes?

Let's talk about the community management. 

If you take a look at the community on Steam, the management team does a good job of keeping players satisfied by posting videos, screenshots, guides and common questions that players have about the game. Players can post fan art on the Steam community page as well as read news and updates on the game. The various pieces of information appear to be in a random order, so if you're looking for a specific type of information, you may spend a lot of time reading. 

Calling all DOTA 2 players and frequent community contributors: what do you think of the DOTA 2 community management? Here are a couple of comments made on a forum:

deppep said,

"They're focusing on this damn social networking idea like every other video game company."

Zaz said,

"Well, they just need to improve the lobby. Centered Dedicated Servers are really good for a equality to everyone who is playing, we just need public rooms to join game modes just like most Online multiplayer games do."

Cast your vote in by September 2nd to make sure the Top Community Management Team gets the reward they deserve. 

Published Aug. 1st 2013

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