Netflix Announcement Anime Dota: Dragon's Blood Gets Season 2

The Dota animated show has been out less than a month, and the series' official Twitter account has already confirmed that Season 2 is happening. "Book 2 is coming! The second season of DOTA: Dragon's Blood is in the works," reads the tweet, fired off Monday morning.

"Dota: Blood of the Dragon" is based on the popular Valve game series Dota, which was originally a mod made by fans of Blizzard's game "Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos". "DOTA" stands for ancient defense, and the series is acclaimed for creating MOBA (Multiplayer Online Battle Arena) types (League of Legends, Heroes of the Storm, etc.).

The animated version of "Dota: Dragon's Blood" was released on Netflix on March 25. Followed by Dragon Knight Davion, and explored the knowledge of the series. The show was co-produced by the Korean studio Mir and the American company Kaiju Boulevard, and animation was produced by another Korean studio, Production Reve. And, before you start making crazy comments about our definition of "anime", streaming services quote it like this. Who are we arguing about?

The announcement tweet also suggests fans of Dota check out Free to Play, a new documentary on Netflix that "follows three professional video game players as they compete in an international tournament with a million-dollar prize." The Dota account refers to it as "the story of the tournament that started it all."
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