Development of Blizzard All-Stars, the MOBA from the World of Warcraft developers, remains very secretive, with CEO Michael Morhaime only willing to touch on the subject during last night's earnings call with investors.

Asked about the project, Morhaime responded: "Blizzard All-Stars is in development, and we're doing some great work. Some internal testing is underway. We're doing a lot of things to experiment with game play, and I don't really have anything concrete to announce on this call, other than we're very excited about the game."

Earlier this year the dispute over the use of the DOTA name between Blizzard and Valve came to an end after an agreement between the two PC gaming giants was reached.

Valve is allowed to use DOTA in a commercial setting, while Blizzard may continue using the name in a non-commercial use for its community (relating to user-created Warcraft 3 and StarCraft II maps). Blizzard's DOTA project was renamed Blizzard All-Stars.

Source: Seeking Alpha

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