Saving the world by remaining inside and playing video games may sound like a dream, but it’s a whole lot better with friends. Socially distance yourself from the real world while you defend your ancient online with some friends from the top Dota discords.
Based around the longstanding community on Reddit’s Dota2 forum, the /r/Dota2 Discord is made up of over 62,000 members who actively create and share Dota related content and news.
This discord’s massive community provides members with many Dota-focused chatrooms to discuss the intricacies of the game we love. Pro at Dota, watching Dota, or reading Dota, there are many opportunities to meet others who interested in Dota for the same reason as you.
Post-secondary students across North America can link up in the Collegiate Starleague (CSL) Discord before defending ancients together on campus.
An opportunity to meet passionate players on campus and online, CSL connects gamers with its growing community of students and alumni. This discord has giveaways, gaming discussions and access to information about the competitive and casual tournaments CSL hosts.
CSL’s yearly StarLeague is an outlet for team-based competition that still respects a student’s schedule. The league spans a school year and only requires competitors to play one match a week. Boasting over $30,000 in prizes this year, this discord offers students a chance to make friends and to make money!
An international organization, the Team Liquid Discord hosts over 32,000 fans of esports from all over the world.
Defending ancients, or defending the bomb, this community is passionate about the many genres of esports. Extending further than Dota, CSGO, Fortnite and many other popular and competitive PC titles, Team Liquid’s community is also a place for console players to gather.
Specifically for players looking to improve on their competitive capabilities, the Learndota2 Discord community bonds over getting better.
Not exclusive to noobies, this Discord offers its members a chance to talk to experienced players to party up, coach a match, or analyze a replay. Learndota2 is a place for players to improve as a team, ten matches played or ten thousand.
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