Three Years of OpenDota [Read More]
Introducing the Meta Explorer!
What is it? The Meta Explorer is a tool to allow users to query a sampled set of public matches. Currently, this works on the last 24 hours of matches (this may be configurable in the future if there is demand). This is the public match counterpart to the original... [Read More]
Open Beta for OpenDota Mobile App
As some of you may know, the mobile application for OpenDota has been in development for a while. Now, we are proud to announce that the application is now in Open Beta! The application is developed in React Native so that both the iOS and Android builds are made from... [Read More]
Infrastructure Update, 2017
As a follow-up to the post from last year detailing the infrastructure costs, here’s an up-to-date snapshot. [Read More]
Data Dump (March 2011 to March 2016)
About a year and a half ago, we exported our first “data dump” of all the parsed data we’d collected since OpenDota started operating, which consisted of over 3.5 million matches ranging from January 2015 to December 2015. [Read More]
Introducing the Data Explorer!
Today we’re proud to introduce a public preview of our newest feature, the Data Explorer! Feature Overview The Data Explorer is a tool that helps users answer questions about players and performances in professional Dota 2 matches. Users can easily construct queries by clicking on their desired fields and parameters.... [Read More]
OpenDota Turns Two!
It’s been two years since the initial release of The OpenDota Project! First and foremost we would like to thank all of our users, cheese-buyers, and sponsors. We hope you’re all enjoying the platform! [Read More]
We’re proud to announce that we’ve completely redesigned OpenDota from the ground up. We’ve brought Material Design with an OpenDota flair. The new design better organizes and presents our data, loads much faster, and makes the data much easier to consume. [Read More]
2016 Q3 Financial Report
It’s Q4, which means it’s time to look back on our financial situation over the last three months. [Read More]
This post will hopefully explain the methodology behind hero rankings in a more layman-friendly manner. While the code is publicly available, it may not be understandable by many users. [Read More]