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Developer of the Immensely Popular Dota 2 Auto Chess

Auto Chess streamers rejoice: those who want their viewers to know that they're live playing Dota Auto Chess, and not Dota 2 itself, can select the mod as a streaming category on Twitch starting today. No longer will there be a need to include 'Auto Chess' capitalized to ensure followers know what's up. It wasn't as much of a question if, but rather when the streaming platform would accomodate to the ever-growing number of players. Within two months time Drodo Studio's creation went up from 4 million to 6 million installations, showing growth many developers can only dream of.

 
There seems no stopping to the hypetrain that is Dota Auto Chess. Merely a week and a half after acquiring an impressive 4 million subscribers in the Steam Workshop, the Dota 2 mod has reached the next milestone: 5 million subscribers. Launched in January this year, Dota Auto Chess quickly began dragging in strategy lovers left and right. The fresh combination of strategy, the Dota universe and a good balance between action and downtime proved to be a perfect recipe, especially for those tired of stale metas and quiet periods in games like Dota 2 and Hearthstone.
 
It wasn't so much of an if, but rather when Drodo Studio, developer of the immensely popular Dota 2 mod Auto Chess, would announce its next big step. Well, today is that day, and said step comes with a couple of surprises. Starting off with what's least surprising: the developers' decision to take Auto Chess to the mobile platform, making it accessible to both iOS and Android phones. Games on phones are an exponentially growing industry and especially in China, where Drodo Studio is based, there is no end in sight to the market's monstrous growth.
 
According to the announcement made March 14, the mobile account can be linked to the Steam, Dota 2 mode and it will grant candy rewards. If you liked this post and you would like to get even more information concerning Dota 2 Auto Chess Candy for sale kindly check out the web site. Candies will also be available for purchases on the mobile version at the rate of 1RMB for 10 candies. The mobile version doesn't feature any of the Dota 2 couriers and heroes anymore as it's not made in collaboration with Valve. However, the new mobile game enters the competitive scene with a 10,000,000 RMD league organized by ImbaTV. The Drangonest launch page doesn't offer any other details about the league, but more info is to be released soon. However, it is mentioned on the launch page that no matter where you are from, you can compete with players from all over the world.
 
Sign-ups seem to be limited to China for now, but that page does say you'll be able to compete with players from all over the world. Currently, there's no word on an official release, or when (or if) the mobile version will make its way to Western audiences. While the release is limited to mobile for now, it has potentially wider-reaching consequences. Drodo has previously said that it has no plans for a standalone PC release, despite interest from major publishers, but this new project could be an early step in that direction.