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The Stream Team: Playing support in Dota 2

Mike Foster, @mikedotfoster
November 6, 2013
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Support roles in Dota 2 are critical for winning teamfights and enhancing the play of your teammates. Lich, a powerful support with an incredible ultimate, is an excellent choice when it comes to propping up other players while still reserving the ability to do some serious damage. In today's Dota 2 stream, Massively's Mike Foster seeks to topple the enemy's ancient by sacrificing his own stats and working instead to help the folks on his team be the best they can be. The action starts at 7:00 p.m. EST.

Game: Dota 2
Host: Mike Foster
Date: Wednesday, November 6th, 2013
Time: 7:00 p.m. EST

Enjoy our Steam Team video below.




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And here's a highlight of Mike winning a team fight after almost running face-first into the entire enemy team:


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