Dota 2: Valve Introduces Supporters Club

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Dota 2: Valve Introduces Supporters Club

Fans can now support their teams in more ways than just putting money into Battle Pass in Dota 2.

Valve has introduced Supporters Club, which is a unique way for Dota 2 players to support their favorite professional team. According to the blog post, the teams themselves will provide the content in the Supporters Club. Half of all the sales from the club will go to the teams.

The Supporters Club will last until The International begins, which is 31 July 2021, as mentioned in-game. However, it will last through each respective Major in the future. Valve has announced dates for The International, you can read more about it here.

A variety of Dota 2 DPC team logos are arranged together for the Supporter's Club options.
Image via in-game screenshot.

The Supporters Club features three bundles to choose from for each team. They have divided the bundles into Bronze, Silver and Gold clubs, each with more amount of content and a higher rate.

The Bronze Club only has a badge for the team chosen, this will appear in multiple places in-game, like friends list, player profiles, the Versus Screen and the in-game scoreboard. The Silver Club includes sprays and emoticons and lastly, the Gold Club offers a special in-game HP-bar badge, loading screens, and voice lines.

As of today, Valve has added content for 17 teams. However, the developers will add more content from other teams as they submit content for approval.

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Anuj Gupta is a freelance journalist who loves the concept of esports. He has played multiple titles and has vast experience in Dota 2 and CS:GO. A passionate fan of Dota 2, Anuj loves to analyze games and coach new players.