[NEW] Dota 2 ranks: ranking system explained, MMR, and more | ig dota 2 – Vietnamnhanvan

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Despite being released ten years ago, Dota 2 still manages to pull in an impressive amount of players day in, day out. While some play a few casual games here and there and log off, the majority of the playerbase are there to prove their worth in ranked.

But as in any online competitive game, there’s a high skill ceiling in Dota 2, and with dozens of heroes to wrap your head around, it’s not easy working your way to the dizzying heights of Immortal. But it can be done if you’re smart and you’re prepared to work hard on your tactical ability.

If you’re a new player to Dota 2, don’t worry. It can be a pretty daunting task to take to the ranked queue, so to help you out we’ve put together some answers to the most frequently asked questions about the Dota 2 ranking system, including the different tiers, how Dota 2 MMR is calculated, and more, right here.

What are the dota 2 ranks?

Herald 1

Herald 2

Herald 3

Herald 4

Herald 5

Guardian 1

Guardian 2

Guardian 3

 Guardian 4

Guardian 5

Crusader 1

Crusader 2

Crusader 3

Crusader 4

Crusader 5

Archon 1

Archon 2

Archon 3

Archon 4

Archon 5

Legend 1

 Legend 2

Legend 3

Legend 4

 Legend 5

Ancient 1

Ancient 2

Ancient 3

Ancient 4

Ancient 5

Divine 1

Divine 2

Divine 3

Divine 4

Divine 5

Immortal (placed)

Immortal (top 1,000)

Immortal (top 100)

Immortal (top 10)

Immortal (top 1)

There are eight tiers to Dota 2’s complex ranking system starting all the way at the bottom with Herald and escalating all the way to Immortal. Every single tier, apart from Immortal, has five sub-ranks within them, with one being the lowest and five the highest. Therefore there are 36 ranks in Valve’s iconic MOBA.


You’ll see from the rank badges above that there are quite a few for Immortal. That’s because, depending on where you place in the Immortal leaderboards, you’ll get a sparkly badge to show off – but they don’t can’t as individual ranks.

Dota 2 champion weilding a fiery sword with a dragon in the background


Dota 2’s ranking system might look complex from the outset, but it works just like any other competitive game out there. Ranked will need to be unlocked over time by new players by playing 100 hours worth of casual games, but after that, the grind can begin.

Once ranked has been unlocked (and you’ve linked your phone number to your Steam account), you’ll need to complete ten matches before you get your first rank. This will be determined only by your win/loss ratio and your overall MMR – not by your performance in the match.

After that players will lose or gain ranks as their MMR alters over time. The ranking system rules do not change as players progress up the ladder, unlike Valorant ranked, but ranks will be reset over time as new seasons come and go.

What is Dota 2 MMR?

Your MMR, or matchmaking rank, is a numerical score that simply determines what rank you are. It also serves as a matchmaking tool to ensure competitive integrity is upheld during competitive games.

The number is fluid and will increase or decrease as you win and lose ranked games. Once you reach the value for a particular rank, say Legend 2, your rank will change. You can view the MMR values for each rank in our table above.

It’s worth remembering that only your wins and losses factor into your MMR, though. Individual performances, good or bad, do not play a role in changing your MMR value.

A Dota 2 Lion champion wielding a flaming weapon

What is the Dota 2 ranking distribution?

With so many ranks, it’s hard to know how competitive Dota 2 really is. Valve doesn’t give out the official data, but thanks to some handy API, we’re able to get a good idea of what the distribution is like in the current leaderboards.

According to Esports Tales, here’s how the Season 5 distribution looked like for ranked Dota 2.

Herald 1
Herald 2
Herald 3
Herald 4
Herald 5
Guardian 1
Guardian 2
Guardian 3
Guardian 4
Guardian 5
Crusader 1
Crusader 2
Crusader 3
Crusader 4
Crusader 5
Archon 1
Archon 2
Archon 3
Archon 4
Archon 5
Legend 1
Legend 2
Legend 3
Legend 4
Legend 5
Ancient 1
Ancient 2
Ancient 3
Ancient 4
Ancient 5
Divine 1
Divine 2
Divine 3
Divine 4
Divine 5

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According to this data, the average player hits Archon 2 or 3 in Dota 2. A very small amount of the playerbase managed to achieve a high rank this season, showing how high the skill ceiling for Dota 2 really is.

[NEW] Dota 2 TI10 Day 1 recap: OG, IG, VP tied for top Group A spot | ig dota 2 – Vietnamnhanvan

From left to right: Invictus Gaming’s Zhou “Emo” Yi, OG’s Sumail “SumaiL” Hassan, and Virtus.pro’s Danil “gpk” Skutin. (Photos: Invictus Gaming, OG, Virtus.pro)

The International 10 (TI10) is finally underway. A wild first day in the Group Stage ended with OG, Invictus Gaming (IG), and Virtus.pro (VP) locked in a three-way tie for the top spot in Group A while PSG.LGD are looking to reign supreme in Group B.

TI10’s Group Stage features the 18 participating teams split into two groups of nine teams each. The teams in each group will be looking to finish in the Top 4 of their groups in order to secure an upper bracket berth in the Main Event. Meanwhile, the fifth to sixth-placed teams will have to start the Main Event from the lower bracket while the bottom team of each group will be eliminated early.

The first set of matches for the day in Group A saw its probable Top 4 teams assert their dominance, with two-time defending champions OG kicking things off with a dominant win over regional rivals Alliance. Meanwhile, IG, Evil Geniuses (EG), and VP swept through T1, Team Aster, and Undying, respectively.

While OG, VP, and EG each scored another 2-0 sweep in the next round of matches for their group against Thunder Predator (TP), Alliance, and T1, respectively, IG stumbled and were forced to a 1-1 draw by Undying from North America. 

Group A’s Top 4 were then pit against each other in the last round of matches of the day, with EG taking on IG while OG faced VP. OG, IG, and VP all ended the day with five wins and one loss apiece after IG managed to sweep EG while the showdown between OG and VP ended in a 1-1 draw.

Meanwhile, Group B only had two sets of matches to start the Group Stage but the Chinese teams there, namely PSG.LGD, Vici Gaming (VG), and Elephant, are already looking to lock up most of the Top 4 spots. 

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PSG.LGD, one of the heavy favourites to win TI10, looked as dominant as expected after they made short work of Quincy Crew (QC) and Team Spirit to finish the day with a clean 4-0 record. 

Meanwhile, VG and Elephant are tied for second place with three wins and one loss apiece after they swept Beastcoast and SG Esports, respectively, and were both forced to 1-1 draws by Fnatic.

Here’s how every match of day one of the Group Stage went down:

Group A:

  • OG 2-0 Alliance

  • EG 2-0 Team Aster

  • IG 2-0 T1

  • VP 2-0 Undying

  • IG 1-1 Undying

  • OG 2-0 TP

  • VP 2-0 Alliance

  • EG 2-0 T1

  • EG 0-2 IG

  • OG 1-1 VP

  • Aster 0-2 Undying

  • Alliance 2-0 TP

Group B:

  • PSG.LGD 2-0 Quincy Crew

  • Team Secret 2-0 Team Spirit

  • Elephant 2-0 Beastcoast

  • VG 1-1 Fnatic

  • PSG.LGD 2-0 Spirit

  • Elephant 1-1 Fnatic

  • VG 2-0 SG Esports

  • Secret 0-2 Beastcoast

Here are the standings at the end of the first day of TI10’s Group Stage:

(Photo: Wykrhm Reddy)

The second day of the Group Stage will see the majority of the matches take place in Group B. 

TI10 is this year’s iteration of Dota 2’s annual world championship tournament. The event features 18 of the best Dota 2 teams in the world battling from 7 to 17 October in Bucharest, Romania for the right to claim the lion’s share of a massive US$40 million prize pool as well as the coveted Aegis of Champions.

For everything you need to know about TI10, check here.

For more esports news updates, visit https://yhoo.it/YahooEsportsSEA and check out Yahoo Esports Southeast Asia’s Facebook page and Twitter.

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