There are lots of expensive cosmetic items in DOTA 2 that you can surely make a profit on, provided that you safely acquired them. Sell your DOTA 2 items here at PlayerAuctions now!
Selling DOTA 2 items specifically via PlayerAuctions should be your top priority. Why? Because we’ve got one of the largest marketplaces on the web! Be it transacting with someone from the other side of the world or your neighboring country, we make sure you can do so with ease. DOTA 2 has a reputation for having some of the most expensive and coolest-looking skins in the MOBA community. Shelling out big bucks isn’t something new in the community as even its competitor, League of Legends, does it.
If you want to sell your items quickly, you have to know what buyers want and don’t want. You’re probably thinking, “But there’s so much stuff to sift through in DOTA 2! How could I possibly know which ones are worth selling?” Well, we’re here to help you out with that. We’ll be listing down the absolute best items that you should get a hold of to help you jumpstart your business.
Hero skins are a MOBA game’s bread and butter in the micro-transactional context. Since DOTA 2 is a free-to-play game, they’ve got to find ways to earn their money back; these skins help them do that. As of now, there are 118 heroes in DOTA 2. Now believe us when we say there are A LOT of skins for these heroes! Whether it’s a cheapo one or a mythic-level kind of skin, there’s always a market for them. An example would be the Arcana Zeus skin. Priced at around $20, this gorgeous skin was the pinnacle of what skins could become during the year that it was released. Since then, hero skins have become popular because players are afforded the ability to customize their favorite champions.
Couriers in DOTA 2 are tasked with delivering items around the map for players. At times, they can be killed by the opposing team who managed to track them down. Besides the flying donkey courier that we know and love, there are all kinds of couriers to collect. There are more than 50 courier skins, each belonging in their designated tiers of rarity. A great example of how rare a courier can be is the War Dog skin. Released only back in Season 2 of DOTA and can only be obtained through chests, this courier costs up to a thousand dollars! This Ancient-tier skin has steadily gone up in value, and seeing how only a limited amount has been known to be surface around the net, it shouldn’t come as a surprise if the value reaches tens of thousands of dollars someday.
Besides hero skins, there are also equipment skins that you can sell. Although they don’t offer the same grandiose element that hero skins do, equipment skins instead focus on the weapons that the champions use. Two of the most expensive skins in this category are the Genuine Axe of Phractos for Axe and the Genuine Monarch Bow for Drow Ranger. Both of these mythical skins are no longer available for purchase in the official DOTA 2 store and can only be seen going up to around $1,800 in the black market these days. Another thing to take note of is that these skins aren’t as sought after as the hero skins, so it’s fine to not prioritize them.