Netflix and Dota 2’s Free to Play documentary takes you back to the very first The International

1Play DOTA2 News
Oct 15

Before OG Esports and Team Spirit, there was Natus Vincere. The black and yellow team was hailed the first The International champions way back in 2011, comprised of European players Ivan “Artstyle” Antonov, Danil “Dendi” Ishutin, Oleksandr “XBOCT” Dashkevych, Clement “Puppey” Ivanov, and Dmitriy “LighTofHeaveN” Kupriyanov.

With TI season coming up, Valve, in partnership with streaming platform Netflix, gives fans yet another cinematic treat alongside the Dota anime series, Dragon’s Blood.

Valve’s new documentary “Free-to-Play” showcases the story of the very first The International tournament back in 2011, following the journey of Dota 2 legends Benedict “hyhy” Lim, Clinton “Fear” Loomis, and Danil “Dendi” Ishutin.

The Free to Play documentary also dives into the early days of esports, way back before Dota 2 became a multi-million dollar tourney.

The movie runs for 1 hour and 15 minutes, so you better have your snacks ready!

Free to Play is now available on Netflix and on Valve’s official YouTube channel as well.

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