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Dota 2 Spring Cleaning Update Addresses Abuse

Valve has taken out its brooms and is looking to do some Spring Cleaning for the next Dota 2 update. The Friday patch is a fairly significant one for the Dota 2 fanbase, with many of the changes aimed at quality-of-life improvement. However, the most significant change looks to be aimed at curbing toxic behavior. According to the update, six-month matchmaking bans will be doled out to players that show "an extreme frequency of negative behavior.
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