Defense of the Ancient has been a good game in many ways. Although it wasn't really a game at all, because it was just a Warcraft 3 modification. With Dota 2, however, a completely independent game was released in 2013 and a completely new genre was served. The Multiplayer Online Battle Arena (MOBA) are also known as Action Real-Time Strategy (ARTS) games and these are a subcategory of the real-time strategy games. The two teams of Dota 2 Dire and Radiant compete against each other on the Dota 2 map. The map consists of a top, mid and bot lane and these three lanes are connected by a jungle of Neutral Monsters waiting for you. The Radiant are on the lower and brighter side of the map and the Dire are on the upper and darker side. The multiplayer card is designed for 5 vs 5. The goal of each game is to destroy your opponent's Ancient and win the game. Each Ancient makes a Creep Wave appear every 30 seconds, which makes its way to the enemy Ancient.
The MMR in Dota is something very decisive and is for many players one of the most important things to identify themselves. MMR means Match Making Rating and is a competition system developed for Dota. This system is mainly there to find your fellow players and opponents. In the first levels you obviously don't have an MMR but you have an invisible one because you have to be able to find opponents somehow. From level 20 you can get your own MMR. And to get this you have to complete your calibration games. These 10 games decide how good your MMR will be in the beginning. It's very easy, if you win a competition game in Dota 2, you get MMR and if you lose, you lose MMR. To move up in the ranking you have to win more games than you lose. But sometimes winning alone is not enough. You also need to look at your stats and make sure that you use every minute of your time in the game efficiently. You should always think about how you can gain the most gold and experience without losing too much time.
A normal Dota 2 competition game lasts about 30 minutes, if not longer. To win, you must destroy the opposing Ancient. This simple task can be quite difficult if you can't beat the other team. As in a Battle Cup, teamwork is the deciding factor in every Dota 2 match. You have to choose one of 115 different heroes, all of whom differ from each other in skills and talents.
What is a Battle Cup? A Battle Cup is a weekly event tournament in Dota 2. To enter or participate in the tournament, you must be at least level 25 and have a ticket to a Battle Cup or be a Dota Plus subscriber. In such a tournament there are eight teams that have to compete against each other. You will be playing in elimination matches where only the winner will advance. You will be playing against teams that will be about the same size. The strengths of the teams are divided into Tier levels. Tier 3 and below are the Crusader class, Tier 4 Archons, Tier 5 Legends, Tier 6 Ancients, Tier 7 Divines and Tier 8 Immortals. You can choose which tier you want to reach and you only need to set the slider to the desired tier level. With our Battle Cup Boost you will reach your goals as fast as possible and will be supported by the best boosting service in the world.