A comprehensive matchmaking system is an important factor in being able to enjoy playing Dota, regardless of which hero or role you prefer. Matchmaking involves various tradeoffs and our goal is to find the best balance between all the different factors. There are two major aspects with this change: 1 the teamplay and social aspect and 2 the value and correctness of the MMR value. For the teamplay aspect: We think it is really crucial for you to not have a disincentive to play with your friends. The game currently overly emphasizes playing solo and establishes a strong social reward mechanism for this, which causes many players to prefer playing alone than with friends. We believe that bias has over time caused more negativity and unhappiness when playing Dota.
I've google'd this and couldn't find any recent answers. Is there a way to grind out level 20 faster so I can be able to calibrate? Any suggestions? If we can level up by playing co op bots then we can abuse the system pretty easily. Like - I made a new account and got vhs then I dont ever play against other vhs players but play with passive bots and go afk and then level up 20 for the ranked calibration. My first TBD game will be in vhs bracket and so on. So people can easily get 4k by this method.
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The next major update will add a ranked matchmaking feature to the game. This mode is aimed at experienced players who want to play in a more competitive environment and know their matchmaking rating MMR. Dota 2 matchmaking has always calculated MMR and used it to form matches; in ranked matchmaking we make that MMR visible. Dota 2 uses standard techniques to quantify and track player skill.