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Chinese TV Inexplicably Uses Dota 2 Documentary Footage

2016-11-08  Hottest     Source: 未知  
Free to Play is Valve's terrific documentary on the Dota 2 scene. A recent eSports documentary by Chinese governmental television inexplicably uses footage from the Valve film. Inexplicably, because the Chinese film leaves Dota out. CCTV (C
Chinese TV Inexplicably Uses Dota 2 Documentary Footage (Update)

Free to Play is Valve's terrific documentary on the Dota 2 scene. A recent eSports documentary by Chinese governmental television inexplicably uses footage from the Valve film. Inexplicably, because the Chinese film leaves Dota out.

CCTV (China Central Television) is a state broadcaster in China, and the gaming documentary it recently broadcasted is, as Games In Asia points out, a more fair look at gaming than we've seen in the past in the Chinese media. However, as Games in Asia also notes, the documentary allegedly borrows a handful of scenes from Free to Play.

For example, as Games in Asia points out, the below clip shows how a graph from Free to Play popped up in the CCTV documentary. However, the Chinese documentary doesn't feature Dota 2, and it instead concentrates on games like Dungeon Fighter, which Tencent operates in China.

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