Unlike the last few years, Valve had a massive presence at this year's gamescom. In celebration of their newest game, Dota 2, they held a massive tournament called "The International." During this contest, we were able to talk to Valve co-founder Gabe Newell in an extensive 12-minute video interview.
Topics discussed include Valve's keen eye for new talent, the viability of the free-to-play model, the community around Dota, and what the company is planning on doing with Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.
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