DOTA: Dragon’s Blood is trending on Netflix in a number of countries and it is seemingly attracting a ton of viewers. The anime, based on Valve’s flagship MOBA, Dota 2, is off the charts in many Southeast Asian (SEA), Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) and South American (SA) countries where DOTA: Dragon’s Blood is being ranked in the top-two spot in the Netflix trending charts. On March 28, 2021, the anime was the top 1 trending show in Russia and Serbia while it was top 2 in Ukraine, Peru, the Philippines, Bolivia and Bulgaria. The show, developed by Ashley Edward Miller, was released on March 25, 2021, on Netflix.
DOTA: Dragon’s Blood is trending on Netflix’s Top 10
After the anime premiered on March 25, 2021, it has had a fairly successful run with many fans tuning in to watch the anime. The numbers speak for themselves with the anime being spotted in Netflix’s top 10 trending charts on March 27 and March 28, in around 47 countries according to the data recorded by flixpatrol.com.
In the following countries on these two dates, the show has been in the top-three position in Netflix’s top 10 shows.
- Bolivia (3, 2)
- Bulgaria (3,1)
- Peru (2, 2)
- Philippines (1, 2)
- Russia (1, 1)
- Serbia (1, 1)
- Ukraine (1, 2)
- Vietnam (3, 3)
Here is a representation of the popularity of the show in various countries of the world.
Netflix’s Top 10 feature shows the platform’s most popular original shows, whether they are movies or television series, in a country. This list of top 10 shows is updated every day for each country. The programs that feature in this list get a special “Top 10” badge as well.
The eight-episode book 1 of the anime has also been rated very highly on the movie and TV show rating platform, imdb. It currently has a ranking of 8.5/10 after nearly 5,000 reviews.
While the anime has attracted a lot of interest in its early days, it will be intriguing to see if it continues to gain popularity over the course of the next few weeks.