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Valve made a movie and it's out next month

"Free To Play" will premiere as part of a special screening at the Castro Theater in San Francisco on March 18; buy your tickets today.

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Free to Play, the upcoming feature-length documentary from Valve that focuses on DOTA 2, will premiere on March 19, the developer announced today. On that date, you'll be able to watch the movie on Steam.

A special screening of the movie, including a live Q&A session after its conclusion, will take place on March 18 at the Castro Theater in San Francisco. You can buy a ticket here for $25.

Free to Play was created internally at Valve and follows the lives of three professional DOTA 2 players who speak different languages and live in different continents. The film will introduce viewers to the players and their families as they prepare to compete in the first $1 million The International Tournament.

More information about Free to Play is available on the film's website. The free-to-play DOTA 2 is a massively popular online game that boasts 7 million monthly unique users. Right this very second, more than 480,000 people are playing the game.

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