Dota 2 is one of the biggest MOBA games available on the huge market of computer games. Dota's longtime and biggest competitor is League of Legends with whom they have to share the top. However, Dota 2 is the sequel to Defense of the Ancients, which was once released as an expansion for WarCraft 3. Dota 2 was released in 2013 on the Steam gaming platform. IceFrog is the developer and designer who has developed and shaped the game over the years until Valve took it over. Dota 2 can not be compared with the former Dota anymore. In a current Dota 2 game, teamwork is more than ever in demand and will decide on victory or defeat.
In Dota 2 the Dire will play against the Radiants in a 5 vs. 5 multiplayer battle. In the game you have to choose one of 115 heroes to start on the same map but with a different feeling. It will then be about getting as many creeps as possible to get gold and experience. It must be practiced to kill a creep with a last hit, because it's not as easy as it looks. Every hero in Dota has his own attack animation, which is different in speed. Another mechanic of the game is that you can attack your own units if they have less than 50% of life. You can then kill them yourself, but what is the advantage of that? Well, if you kill your own creeps, your opponent will not get any gold for it and even less experience.
The first time you log in with your account you will be at level 1 and you will not have any MMR yet. You will only get your competition MMR from level 20 onwards, when you reach that level you can make so called calibration games. After 10 of these games your MMR will be composed. You can only improve or worsen your MMR in ranked games. Roughly speaking, you can improve your MMR when you win and lose some when you lose. However, there are many more factors in the game that determine how much MMR you will get. In a game in Dota 2 your stats are one of the most important, that is how much gold you get per minute or how much experience you gain per minute. These are all factors how your MMR comes together. Another important point in your statistics is your KDA. It is very important how many deaths, kills and assists you have in a round. Believe it or not in non-competitive games you also have an MMR. An invisible MMR that behaves just like your competition MMR, except you can't see it. With our boost for your calibration games, you can be sure that we will do it in the best possible way and give you the best boost.
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