If you follow VentureBeat but don’t regularly check our GamesBeat site, here’s a list of the best video game stories we ran over the last seven days that you may have missed.
The gaming social-network Raptr reveals the data for the 20 most-played games in April.
Zynga has its own MOBA, but it is focusing on mobile rather than on competing with League of Legends or Dota 2.
With 17M users, Raptr can figure out which games are being played the most.
Total War: Rome II is still in the works, but Creative Assembly wants in on some of that MOBA action.
Turbine takes a break from its MMO duties with Infinite Crisis, a multiplayer online battle arena game that throws in parallel versions of famous DC superheroes like Batman and Wonder Woman.
The two companies will cover games and news from the show.
Valve's Dota 2 is growing at a rapid pace.
Valve teams with Plantronics to release gaming headphones branded with the Dota 2, Counter-Strike, and other brands.
S2 Games founder Marc DeForest talks to GamesBeat about Heroes of Newerth 3.0, how it differentiates itself from its competitors, and the current state of MOBAs.
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'Freemium' publishing guru Nexon (MapleStory) will partner with Valve Corporation (Portal, Half-Life) to publish the Defense of the Ancients sequel in both Korea and Japan.
This year's E3 is looking more notable for what we won't be seeing.
Riot Games is adding a spectator mode to the popular free-to-play title League of Legends with its next patch.
The new mode will allow players to move their own camera around a match, as well as pause, rewind, slow down, …
The numbers are in from this month’s IGN Pro League (IPL) gaming competition, and they’re record-breakers of a kind. IGN boasts of drawing 346,000 streaming spectators at the tournament’s peak and more than 3 million unique viewers over all three …
Valve’s Dota 2 has yet to be officially released, and the fans are apparently getting restless. Luckily, the fans also seem to be skilled in the ways of Photoshop, and Dota 2 forumgoer AvunaOs has created a series of portraits …
We sat down with professional gamer Carlos Rodriguez, aka Ocelote, to discuss the differences between the upcoming Dota 2, Blizzard DOTA, and League of Legends, his current MOBA (multiplayer online battle arena) and profession of choice.
League of Legends, developed …