Dota 2: How To Gain MMR in 7.32d?

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Dota 2: How To Gain MMR in 7.32d?

Looking to gain MMR in Dota 2? Check out these handy tips tailored to patch 7.32d.

Despite the fact that many people play Dota 2 to have fun after a hard day at work, others are focused on gaining MMR. Thanks to the current Dota 2 ranking system, the MMR allows players to receive a given medal. Needless to say, the higher the MMR, the better.

Speaking of gaining rating in Dota 2, one of the key things users have to consider is the current patch. 7.32d became available just a few days ago, but it already has an effect on the current meta. Even though the update does not change that many things, even the slightest buff and nerfs may affect most players.

That said, this article will show you which are some of the things you should consider before you start playing ranked games in 7.32d. The Dota 2 tips might only work for some, but most people who implement them should be fine. 

Pick Razor

If you are interested in gaining as much Dota 2 MMR as possible in the current meta, you should definitely focus on Razor before he gets nerfed. The hero is among the few that received small buffs in the last patch. No one expected him to become that popular, but he gained a massive 10% win rate in just a couple of days.

Razor is so good in the current meta because people use the popular Bloodstone and Agh’s Shard item build. These two items allow the hero to deal substantial damage with his abilities. Furthermore, he can heal a lot from the Bloodstone, meaning that he becomes really hard to kill.

The good thing about Razor is that the hero is not hard to play, making it ideal for pubs. What’s more, people can choose between mid, offlane, and safelane, meaning that they are versatile. This is important because playing mid-only in pubs is not that easy because everyone wants to take this role.

Avoid Leshrac

While we are on the topic of playing with certain heroes, we also have to mention that it is not a good idea to play with Leshrac. Despite the fact that he was one of the most dominant mid-laners at The International 11, the new patch almost “killed” the hero. Sure, he can work in some instances, but he is not as strong as before.

If you want to play Leshrac, you must be careful because hitting your stuns is easier said than done. What’s more, the hero’s ultimate has a 1-second cooldown after using it, meaning that players have to be careful.

Those who want to play mid and queue up for a ranked game can pick a lot of Dota 2 Leshrac alternatives. Aside from Razor, Viper is also a good option right now because he received substantial buffs. What’s more, Viper is one of the best heroes to counter pretty much everything, so he is always a good idea.

Do not tilt your teammates

When discussing Dota 2 MMR and the things you need to be aware of, we must mention your interaction with other players. Sadly, not everyone has the nerve to play ranked games, which means people often start flaming when they get titled. This is one of the worst things that can happen to any Dota 2 player because it usually leads to a loss. Unsurprisingly, you should do everything in your power to avoid this from happening.

Your teammates can get tilted by all sorts of things. Some people are annoyed when they start dying, whereas others start ruining the game when someone from their team is not playing as he should. For example, supports often decide to start farming the jungle or they do not buy any wards.

If your goal is to gain as much Dota 2 MMR as possible, you should not let this happen. Whether you’re playing on the Dota 2 patch 7.32d or something else, you have to do everything you can to win. So, if no one wants to support,  but you want to win the match, it is probably a good idea to pick the support hero yourself.

Check whether your enemies spam certain heroes and ban them

Besides the fact that you need to pick the best heroes in patch 7.32d, you also have to keep an eye on your enemies. Unfortunately, the ranked matches in Dota 2 are full of boosters and smurfs, so you can’t do much about them. However, you can at least ban certain heroes that your enemies want to use.

The bad news is that checking whether someone spams a certain hero is more challenging than it seems. Unless you know the guy and the fact that he only picks Huskar and Meepo, you have to check his Dota 2 profile and hope that there are some clues. For example, you can often see when people have successfully got rampages with a given hero. If you notice that the specific player achieved this a few minutes or days ago with the same hero, he will probably use it again in your match.

Once you ban those heroes, these guys will be forced to pick something outside their zone of comfort. In other words, this increases your chances of winning.

Watch the best Dota 2 players and copy them

Even though watching professional Dota 2 players has never been easier, many people do not do that because they think it is not worth it. Unsurprisingly, this is not the case because keeping an eye on someone who’s better than you is always a good idea.

If you decide to watch the pros in action, you should keep close attention to everything they do and ask yourself why they’re doing it. For example, check how they lane, when they decide to farm and to take fights, which items they go for, etc. You can definitely “steal” something from them and implement it once you start playing.

In terms of where you can watch the best players in the world, you can check the Dota 2 Watch tab or go to Twitch. Even if you don’t find any professional player streaming, you will come across at least a couple of high-rated players.

Dota 2: How To Gain MMR in 7.32d?
Zlosterr has been a fan of esports for many years and mainly focuses on Dota 2. He has more than five years of experience writing Dota 2 content for numerous platforms. Besides being a passionate fan of the game, he's also played for various amateur teams.