Dota2 Leaderboard, Dota2 Eligibility: Dota 2 is a multiplayer online battle arena video game that was released on the 13th of December 2013, by Valve. Defense of the Ancients 2 is an update to Defence of the Ancients, an open-source mod that was created by the community for Blizzard Entertainment’s Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos.
The game involves a match between two groups of 5 players with each team taking over and defending their own area within the world map. While playing where players accumulate points of experience and other items for their heroes, in order to defeat the opposing team’s heroes in a battle between players. One team wins because they are the first to take down the other team’s “Ancient,” a large structure that is located inside their base.
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A player must have the following to appear on the leaderboards:
- A top-ranked solo MMR in the region.
- At least 300 matchmaking games have been played in total. (Only PvP matches.)
- At least 100 lifetime-ranked solo games
- At least 14 solos ranked games in the same division in the last 21 days
- Official player information is on file.
- An account that has not been suspended
Official Player Name
- When a player achieves leaderboard eligibility, the system will prompt them to enter their Official Player Information for public display. In tournaments, official player names are used instead of Steam names.
- Participants may enter their:
- Name on display
- The leaderboards will show your display name.
- Residence Country
- The flag of your country will be displayed on the leaderboards.
- Professional group
- On the leaderboards, your team’s tag will appear before your display name.
- Professional backers
- On the leaderboards, sponsors will be appended to your display name.
- Player Role
- Mid, carry, and off-lane
Only once every two weeks can official player information be changed. It may take up to a day for changes to appear on the leaderboards.