Bottom line: Eul or Icefrog own the IP to Dota, they both work at Valve.
EULAs will NOT hold up in court, especially in a case like this, in which Valve has gone a long way to avoid any copyright infringement with character design, etc, etc.
Blizzard has no case whatsoever.
All I see are people who have no idea how trademarking law works. To put it simply, Blizzard's EULA is not going to hold up very well in court.
I will laugh really, REALLY hard when Valve isnt allowed to call thier game Dota 2....
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