Blizzard DOTA is now called Blizzard All-Stars, as the publisher has resolved its clash over the use of the "DOTA" name with Valve.
Under the new agreement, Valve will keep its in-development game DOTA 2 as is, and Blizzard will only use DOTA in the Warcraft III and Starcraft II communities for non-commercial purposes.
"Both Blizzard and Valve recognize that, at the end of the day, players just want to be able to play the games they're looking forward to, so we're happy to come to an agreement that helps both of us stay focused on that," said Blizzard executive VP of game design Rob Pardo.
"As part of this agreement, we're going to be changing the name of Blizzard DOTA to Blizzard All-Stars, which ultimately better reflects the design of our game. We look forward to going into more detail on that at a later date."
Valve co-founder Gabe Newell was also happy with the outcome.
"We're pleased that we could come to an agreement with Blizzard without drawing things out in a way that would benefit no one. We both want to focus on the things our fans care about, creating and shipping great games for our communities," he said.
By Ben Salter - Bio