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Liquipedia:Player Page Tutorial

Introduction[edit]

Player pages are an integral part of this wiki. This template is designed to give basic information about a Dota 2 player or community person and should be used in combination with the {{Infobox player}}-template. This page should give you an idea of what to put in the respective sections of a player page.

Players may receive their individual pages, as long as they surpass a certain threshold of notability. Check out our Notability Guidelines and Player Criteria if you are unsure if the player might satisfy the requirements.

To create a player page follow Create an Article, copy the empty template at the end of this page, paste it in your new empty player page and fill in as much information as you can provide (remove the sections you haven't used unless they are marked Don't Remove). For more information about editing, please check out Help:Editing.

The Player Template[edit]

Tabs[edit]

{{Tabs static
|name1=Overview
|link1=<!--Add page name here-->
|name2=Results
|link2=<!--Add page name here, create Results page when a player has an SMW result-->/Results
|This=1
}}

Player Infobox[edit]

Please follow the {{Infobox player}}-template. It provides an explanation of the parameters and an example of how the infobox should look like.

Introducing the Player[edit]

Write a little info here: (romanised) name, id, nationality, what game they came from. This section should only be a sentence or two long. No heading needed.

Biography[edit]

Use the Biography section for any brief information about previous competitive gaming, some information about the person, and any additional non-Dota related information. Use more headings and/or subheadings if you got extensive knowledge.

DotA[edit]

Write anything here about their experience with Dota 1. Either success, sponsorships, strategies, anything. Use more headings and/or subheadings if you got extensive knowledge.
If you cannot provide any information remove this section.

Dota 2[edit]

The same as DotA, but for Dota 2. Don't remove.

Trivia[edit]

Any extra tidbits here. Please use bullet points.
If you cannot provide any information remove this section.

Achievements[edit]

Information will be provided by {{Player achievements table}}. You'll only need to add the player's name here.
Add an Awards subsection if the player has been part of any popular awards.
Remove if the person is not a player and has no notable awards.

Notable Events Casted or Hosted[edit]

Information will be provided by {{Broadcast talent achievements table}}. Please only use if the person has casted/hosted in notable events.

Gallery[edit]

Link to any photos that aren't part of the player's infobox or another section.
If you cannot provide any information remove this section.

Highlight Videos[edit]

Link to any hightlight videos.
If you cannot provide any information remove this section.

Interviews[edit]

Link to any player's interviews. Interviews with a team belong to the team's page. Add the newest at the top.
Please only add interviews if they were taken in English or include a translation. Mark if the interview was not taken in English.
If you cannot provide any information remove this section.

External links[edit]

Any additional information that isn' part of the player's infobox or can't fit in another section.
If you cannot provide any information remove this section.

References[edit]

Any citations used on the page will be automatically listed here. For more information on citing, check out Help:Citing Sources. Don't remove.

Copy & Paste Template[edit]

You can copy the code snippet below and fill in as much information as you can provide to customize your player page. If you can't provide information for a section, follow the guideline on this page and leave it empty or delete it.

FAQ[edit]