How Much Money Have I Spent on Dota 2?
Even though Dota 2 is a free-to-play Multiplayer Online Battle Arena (MOBA) by Valve, hero cosmetics, Battle Passes, Dota Plus, and other content that comes with the game all cost real money. One can comprehend how much money the community spends on content like this by looking at The International 10's Battle Pass, which saw the community buy a whopping $150 million USD worth of levels, of which around $115 million went to Valve. If you're one of those who has purchased Dota 2 content, here is how to figure out the amount that you have spent so far.
Here is how you can check the amount of money spent on Dota 2
By following some simple steps in your Steam profile, you can become aware of the amounts that you have spent on Dota 2, eliminating all the hassle of manually tracking every purchase you have made on the game.
Open Steam and move to your profile.
From your Steam profile, click on the 'Badges' tab in the middle right.
Find Dota 2 in this list and click on “How do I earn card drops?”
Below "How do I earn card drops," you can see how much money you have spent in the game.
It is important to note that the amount that you will see displayed includes the money spent on the purchases you have made within the game. Any money spent on Dota 2 item purchases on the Steam Community Market will not be included.
The Battle Pass offers some exclusive content that is usually accessible for a short period of time, but there are also items specific to each hero that you can purchase throughout the year, such as weapons, taunts, headgear, and more. In addition, there are treasures that contain various exclusive sets and items that you can open not just for your desired item but also for some fun.
Furthermore, with the purchase of Dota Plus, users can not only unlock exclusive hero sets and items, but they can also gain access to other aspects including hero and item suggestions. Supporters Clubs, which allow you to purchase content from your favorite teams such as voice lines, loading screens, and more, are another way you can spend your money on this free-to-play Dota 2 game.