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Somebody just asked for a copy of DOTA 2 and since I still have about 30 left, I sent them one.

But as I was doing it, I noticed a new button underneath the usual ones: SELL.

So I click it and the image below is what I saw.

I don’t know if this is related to the German judgement about Valve having to let users sell their games or not but the other games I tried didn’t have the option.

I put one up for sale at 1 Euro to me, they pay 1.15, just to see what would happen – nothing so far.

Any thoughts or explanation on this?

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UPDATE: THE DOTA 2 BOT

I’ve just been told about the DOTA 2 Bot.

Here is what he/she/it says:
I’m a bot. Please read the instructions!

I collect Dota 2 gifts from those who don’t need them and give them out to those who want them.

If you have any spare Dota 2 gifts, do the following:
1) Add me to friends if I’m online. If I’m offline, please wait until I’m online.
2) Request a trade
3) Give me all your dotas

If you don’t have Dota 2 and would like to try it, do the following:
1) Add me to friends if I’m online. If I’m offline, please wait until I’m online.
2) Send me a PRIVATE MESSAGE saying exactly “give dota”.

DON’T POST ‘give dota’ ON THE WALL BELOW. THESE COMMENTS WILL BE REMOVED AND PEOPLE WILL LAUGH AT YOU

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24th February 2013

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  1. Cameron:D

    24th February 2013

    A few weeks ago they added the ability to sell Dota 2 on the Community Marketplace, not entirely sure why, it should be easy enough to find someone giving copies away rather than paying for it.
    I've had a handful of copies up for $0.04 for the past week or so and they haven't sold.

  2. This is (maybe) the dumb question of the day? "What is Dota 2??) Never heard of it, I'm curently playing "Crysis 3" is it simular?? :-D

  3. 2muchvideogames

    24th February 2013

    Everyone sells theirs at about 0.02 American dollars, so there is really no point. Unless you have the special dota 2's that can be used in China.

  4. i put half of my dota2 up no purchase yet either :(

  5. How come everyone has so many copies of DOTA2 left? Is it such a flop?

    • If you're into that kind of game, it's actually pretty excellent.
      It's being played a fair bit at competitive levels as well

      It's more the fact that everyone who got into the beta early was given around 15 keys each. There just aren't enough people to go around to take them.

  6. How bad that game must be that people don't want it even if it's free.

    Some buddy gifted me a copy and I didn't even activate it in my library.

    • It's a good point. I wonder if we have become to "game rich" and have lost our appreciation, delight and wonder when playing them. Or not, in this case.

      • Maybe people are just fed up with Valve cheaply commercializing yet another mod instead of finally delivering new content with HL2:EP3…

        • Greenman

          1st March 2013

          It's a great game but it's in beta at the moment with no tutorial system and such, this is a game with a notoriously steep learning curve so new players are probably put off.

          Either way, even in beta there are 3 million unique players according to the stats, people are certainly not fed up.

          • So we have about 3 million hardcore beta-testers, but it seems nobody else is interested right now :)!

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