As some of you might already know especially Dota 2 fans and gamers alike, the playoff section of The Shanghai Major championship begins today. While there are many ways to watch the tournament online including Steam, Twitch, or through the event’s official website, fans and gamers are now able to see it live on Astro as well.
Just like the previous Dota 2 Frankfurt Major which was also shown live on the satellite TV, the live telecast of The Shanghai Major is available for free for all Astro subscribers on Astro SuperSport Plus (channel 808). Additionally, viewers – both Astro and non-Astro subscribers – are also able to watch the event through Astro On-The-Go platform either through its website or mobile apps on Android as well as iOS.
According to the information that we received from Astro, The Shanghai Major telecast runs from 10AM to 11PM for today and tomorrow while it will be shown from 10AM to 10PM on 4 and 5 March. On 6 March, the telecast starts at 10:30AM and ends at 5PM.
The Shanghai Major is the second event within the Dota Major Championships for 2015/2016 and it offers a total cash pool of USD 3 million (about RM 12.49 million) with USD 1,110,000 (about RM 4,624,371) from that amount alone will be awarded to the champion. At this stage, there are 16 team competing for the top prize including Fnatic which is led by Malaysia’s own Mushi.
soscilinya: Astro FB
Well, i was admitted last week until yesterday for about 8 days. Warded for Lobar Pneumonia, and still under investigation, i get the feel on how people are when they are stuck in the hospital.
1st time warded, i am lucky to get to be put inside the single-bed room, but the thing is it becomes way too boring there cause no-one is there to accompany me. Friends and colleagues comes to visit, and i thank you guys so much. boredom is my friend, and when friends comes and visit they will say something cynical ie “this is a sign for you to get you better half already” hahaha bash me all you want guys, this is the only chance you can get so far, right?
BTW, i am feeling well now. and during the warded days i started to learn to play the DoTA2 game (Defense Of The Ancient 2) and i am a bit hooked to it. hours spent playing and i get why the kids (and not-so-much-kids-anymore) like the game. There is much to learn and explore. And on my 20th hours playing it, i get to play (this game is exclusively online co-op for now) with guys from all over the world. Well, another way of spending time at home, aye?
Anyway, it is nice to know that people DO CARE for me; mom and all the bunch (sis, dad, grandma, aunty, cousins) comes to visit frequently eventho it’s a 2-hour drive from home. I LOVE YOU GUYS, always.
Now, a screenshot of how n00b (newbie) i am at DoTA2:
okay guys, happy weekend and SELAMAT HARI MALAYSIA (16 Sept 2013)