As the world frantically battles against the virus, you’re alone in your room staring at your enemy of quarantine and free time.
That’s kind of what the mid role is like. Eight other players are running around hitting each other while you’re alone in your battle against your enemy.
We are continuing our series about roles in Dota in an attempt to help new players better understand the game. Today we are going to discuss one of the least popular, yet equally important role — hard support.
The world is going through unprecedented times right now. Everyone is encouraged to stay inside so if you were thinking of starting Dota (the highest paying esport in history), now might be the time!
7.25 didn’t take long to completely shake up the meta. Gone are most of the previous patch favorites and a handful of new heroes are now dominating high level matchmaking. Today we would like to take a look at the biggest winners and losers of the latest Dota balance patch.
Social isolation got you feeling isolated? Quarantined and tired of counting the tiles in your kitchen? Well there’s a new game in town, it’s called Dota 2! Well, it’s not new but if you’re looking to start playing again since you’re stuck inside all day, it’s almost a new game, a lot has changed.
Once again we are looking at the top tier heroes in the current meta for pub matchmaking. Today we are going to devote our full attention to cores, be it mids, carries and offlaners, to identify the most statistically successful heroes and figure out why they work so well.
We feel like the pub meta has stabilized enough in the past couple of weeks to start discussing heroes that truly shine in the current iteration of the game. Pub meta might not be fundamentally different from the professional one, but the ease of execution and popularity of the hero are big contributing factors: after all your teammates need to understand your intentions, if your team wants to be a cohesive unit. As such, some of the professional staples are going to be missing from this list, while some unexpected heroes will be mentioned.
Once again, it is time for a tournament meta recap and once again we are going to be focusing on some of the more interesting meta developments, rather than discussing the meta as a whole.
On February 25th, 2020, Valve announced a new system for their official Dota 2 pro scene. They described it as:
“..a new system that presents competitive Dota in a more scheduled and consistent way during the year and features a better structure for the development of Tier 2 and Tier 3 teams.”
Huskar is currently one of the most popular and successful heroes in pubs. On top of being pretty powerful, he is also the type of hero it is really frustrating to lose against so today we would like to discuss why exactly Huskar is suddenly so strong and what can you do about it.
The 7.23 patch brought huge changes to many heroes, Riki included. Before the 7.23 patch, Riki was a hero caught in an awkward position. He was a situational support and a situational carry. With the reworks to him, Icefrog and co. seem to have decided that Riki is a core.
No tournament leaves the meta intact, especially not the ones that feature some of the strongest European and CIS teams. Mad Moon is no exception and today we would like to have a quick look at some new meta developments.
A new overpowered hero emerges in Dota. This time it's Snapfire. How should you deal with this dragon toad riding, cookie baking, weaponsmithing elder keen folk? Read on to find out.
CN qualifiers for ESL One LA started slightly later than other qualifiers and it gave us an interesting opportunity. Chinese region is often considered the most isolated of regions: they typically develop their own meta in a vast amount of local tournaments. There was even a saying that in international tournaments “Chinese teams either all win together or lose together”, depending on how their independently developed meta stacked up against the rest of the world. Today we are going to have a quick look at the meta differences we found the most interesting.
Once again it is time to look at how the professional players adapted to the new patch and whether there is anything new to learn from them. ESL One LA shapes up to be a pretty interesting tournament already.
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