StarHub Giving Away 5,000 DOTA 2 Invite Keys

Fans of DOTA and customers of StarHub, here is a piece of good news to cheer you up on a Monday afternoon. StarHub is giving away 5,000 DOTA 2 Invite Keys for StarHub Broadband, Mobile and Pay TV customers. Information on how to redeem after the break.

“Play DOTA 2 Now with Free DOTA 2 Invite Keys for StarHub Broadband, Mobile and Pay TV Customers”

Singapore, 10 April 2012 – StarHub will be giving away 5,000 DOTA 2 Invite Keys to StarHub’s broadband, mobile and pay TV customers, from tomorrow, 11 April 2012. In order to get the DOTA 2 Invite Keys, StarHub customers should visit the following locations, show the appointed staff of the cybercafé their March/April 2012 StarHub bill and register for the keys. DOTA 2 Invite Keys are only valid for Southeast Asia, and will be offered while stocks last.

Colosseum @ DownTown East
E!Hub @ Downtown East
1 Pasir Ris Close, #04-102
Singapore 519599
Tel: +65 6581 0126

Redemption Hours
Monday to Sunday: From 11am to 6pm

E2Max Centre
8 Grange Road
Level 9, Cathay Cineleisure Orchard
Singapore 239695

Redemption Hours
Monday to Thursday: From 1pm to 8pm
Friday to Sunday: From 2pm to 9pm

JCube Cybercafe/Alienware Arena
60A Orchard Rd @ The Atrium
Singapore 238890

Redemption Hours
Monday to Friday: From 10:30 am – 11:30 pm
Saturday to Sunday: From 10:00 am – 11:30 pm

Online e-Club, the official Southeast Asia representative of Valve Corporation, will be organising a series of tournaments in Southeast Asia in the run-up to the launch of DOTA 2. Called the DOTA2 Evolution Tour, gamers will compete with each other for the change to win cash prizes, premiums and DOTA 2 Beta keys. More information on the competitions can be found here:

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Online e-Club has also been empowered to protect, administer, resell and regulate Valve Software in Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam. They are also charged to investigate all unauthorised reproduction and use of Valve Software in cybercafés in these countries. Valve Software is the world’s leading video game development and digital distribution company, known primarily as a world-class developer of games such as Half-Life, Left4Dead, Counter-Strike and Team Fortress, as well as for STEAM, the largest digital distribution platform for games in the world.

For information on Online e-Club, visit For information on StarHub, visit