DOTA 2 being a MOBA game is no stranger to the MMR system which is being implemented on almost all competitive games in the world. But what does it exactly mean?
MMR means ‘matchmaking rate’ wherein players who have the same rank are being matched as much as possible every time. It increases or decreases depending on your performance in games. So, allowing you to check your MMR is important, and we’re glad to help how you may do so.
Keep reading and we will let you know how to check MMR in DOTA 2.
How To Check MMR In DOTA 2
Open DOTA 2 and head to your profile by selecting your name located at the top left part of the main menu.
Select Stats and it will automatically show all the heroes that you used, as well as how well did you perform using those heroes. The MMR is located at the top right part of the tab itself.
If you play solo, you will win or lose 30 MMR. If you play along with friend/s, you may gain or lose 20 MMR at the end of the game.
DOTA 2 MMR Tiers
Based on your MMR, you will be classified with an MMR tier. You might want to take a look at these below:
- Herald (0-616 MMR)
- Guardian (616-1386 MMR)
- Crusader (1386-2156 MMR)
- Archon (2156-2926 MMR)
- Legend (2310-3696 MMR)
- Ancient (3696-4466 MMR)
- Divine(4466-5420 MMR)
- Immortal (5420+ MMR)
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