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Defense of the Ancients was maintained via official forums. Users could post ideas for new heroes or items, some of which are added to the map. Players have contributed icons and hero descriptions and created the artwork displayed while the map loads, and suggestions for changes to existing heroes or items were taken seriously; IceFrog once changed a new hero less than two weeks after the new version of the map was released.[3] Versions of the scenario where enemy heroes are controlled by artificial intelligences have also been released. Mescon continued to maintain Dota-Allstars.com, which by the end of IceFrog's affiliation in May 2009 had over 1,500,000 registered users and had received over one million unique visitors every month.[18] Due to their separation, IceFrog announced that he would be further developing a new official site, Playdota.com, while continuing game development;[23] A year later, Mescon closed Dota-Allstars on July 22, 2010, citing dropping statistics and his new passion for League of Legends as the reason for its end. The same month, with the release of DotA 6.68, IceFrog changed the name of the map from "DotA Allstars" to simply "DotA".




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In October 2009, IceFrog was hired by Valve Corporation, leading a team in a project that he described as "great news for DotA fans".[43] Valve filed the trademark for "Dota" in August 2010,[44] leading to Steve Mescon to file a counter application of trademark for the phrase "Defense of the Ancients", on behalf of DotA-Allstars, LLC., in order to "protect the work that dozens of authors have done to create the game".[45] Dota 2 was officially announced by Valve in October 2010.[46] 041b061a72


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