Indonesia has blocked Steam and Dota – Here is how you can deal with it
On Friday, July 29th, 11:59 PM, the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology of the Republic of Indonesia (Kominfo) blocked several major digital and gaming platforms including Steam, Epic Games, Paypal, and more. Indonesian residents had a rude awakening the day after, realizing that they were no longer able to play their favorite games, such as Dota, amongst many others.
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