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Due to the scale of the Dota 2 community, and especially its Competitive Scene, the following Notability guidelines have been drafted to ensure content documented on the Wiki is concise and of interest to the Dota 2 community.
- Tournaments with at least one team participating that is covered by the wiki will be mentioned in the tournaments page.
- Tournaments with a prize pool totaling more than $500 USD will get their own page.
- For any special circumstances, a consensus will need to be established.
To be documented, a team MUST meet the following requirements:
- Sponsored by a stable organization. (A rule of thumb is that they are able to go to LANs)
AND one of the following requirements:
- The team (consisting of core players) has achieved Top 4 in a premier Dota 2 tournament (A tournament with at least 8 participating teams and 6 or more already documented teams participating in).
- The organization has inherent achievements from DotA/Dota 2, placing Top 4 in a premier tournament.
- Participate in The International.
A player must have:
- Played Dota 2 competitively
- Played for a team meeting the notability criteria for teams.
A broadcaster must have:
- Casted an official stream for a tournament meeting the notability criteria for tournaments.