RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazilian gamer Arthur "PAADA" Zarzur sold a collection of rare items of the game "Dota 2" for almost R$1.5 million (US$288,000) in bitcoin, according to information released by The Clutch website.
Zarzur is the founder and CEO of paiN Gaming team, an organization founded in 2011 and that became famous as one of the most traditional of "League of Legends " (LoL) in Brazil.
The game "Dota 2", released in 2013, is available on the Steam platform and is a multiplayer battle game, similar to LoL, developed by producer Valve Corporation as a . . .