Is Dota 2 Auto Chess Craze dead yet?Time: Sep. 3, 2020 From:
Automatic failures. When this so-called genre-establishing title first debuted as a minigame on the Dota 2 arcade platform in January of this year, it seemed like we were witnessing the birth of the new esports phenomenon.
Dota 2 players skipped the main game to spend hours fighting on the automated chess boards. Offices have wasted dozens, if not hundreds of hours of productivity, with their employees getting addicted and multitasking throughout the day with endless automated games of chess in the background.
In March, the game had 6 million subscribers. The most successful Dota 2 minigame of all time. Valve's attempt to develop a Dota-derived strategy game with Artifact was an irreversible embarrassment by comparison.
Recognizing the success of Auto Chess, Valve worked with the developers of the original game, Drogo Studio, to create an "Auto Chess Pass" that would be available on the official Dota 2 store.
Not only did Valve have the original Dota Auto Chess on their platform, they decided to create their own standalone automatic chess game, Dota Underlords. If the original game was already called Dota Auto Chess, then Dota Underlords would be like ... an even more Dota-style Dota Auto Chess.
Considering the tremendous support the game received from gamers, media, and game developers, along with the huge promise of the player base made across all the various Auto Chess iterations, it was necessary to expect a lot of esports to appear and professional tournaments for players. one of the Auto Battle titles on the market.