Dota 2 Skins: Valve Seeks Player Help in Making New Skins

Valve has asked players to submit their creations in the workshop and it could be chosen.
Valve has asked players to submit their creations in the workshop and it could be chosen. | Photo courtesy of Valve

Dota 2 skins are fun to have, and now Valve has asked players to submit their creations in the workshop that could be chosen and added to Dota 2. The news was shared Thursday night and Valve gave instructions to the fanbase.

"Make sure to mark your submissions with the "Spring 2020" tag when tendering items to the Workshop. We request that all submissions be on the Dota 2 Workshop by Monday, March 2, 2020. As usual, we would like to ask artists to avoid the use of any concepts that involve human skulls, blood, and gore."

Dota 2 skins being sought by Valve

Not only can you submit your art, you can vote on other pieces, so make sure to regularly visit the Workshop and choose your favorite creations.

Dota 2's player base has had a steady rise over the years, and while every game suffered in numbers when the battle royale genre came out, Dota 2 remains strong.

In December 2019, there have been an average of 685,165 players on Dota 2 at any time. The number is definitely higher than years past, but it is expected to take a slight dip as December progresses, as the first few days of the month have been on a weekend, meaning more players are likely to be on at any time.

Now, any of those players can have one of their own skins make into the game.