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.
With a new patch comes nerfs. In this article, we look at 4 heroes who got the short end of the stick.
With an ever-changing meta and continuous stream of small game-altering patches it is sometimes hard to keep track of what is a safe pick in pubs. In Dota every hero has their game and can be the best fit for the draft, but not everyone can boast the consistent high performance of the five biggest winners of the patch.
Another patch, another new game to learn. In the 7.23 patch, radical changes were introduced by Valve who is no stranger to radical shifts in the game. After several small patches to fix some issues, the 7.24 patch arrived and it brought more changes to deal with.
Dust didn’t even get time to settle after the DreamLeague Season 13 Major and we already got a new gameplay patch. Unlike typical post-Major patches this one wasn’t concentrated on hero balance as much, instead trying to refine newer mechanics and even getting rid of some older ones.
There are 6 official regions in professional Dota 2 and dozens of teams. Dota is an ever-changing game with players and teams constantly moving. One thing stays the same though, the cream rises to the top. Here's an update of the regions of Dota in January 2020.
DreamLeague is delivering some high quality Dota. There are unexpected group outcomes, reinvigorated hopes and even some new, cautious meta developments. Today we would like to discuss the group stage of the tournament and figure out what to expect from the main event.
The second major of the 2019-2020 DPC season approaches in Leipzig, Germany. 15,000 Pro Circuit Points and $1,000,000 USD is up for grabs and everyone has an equal shot at securing the largest piece.
The Bukovel Minor was amazing for many reasons: great production value, amazing games and a very passionate crowd. On top of that, it also showcased that the new meta might not be as figured out as we assumed and there are still new and interesting strategies to discover and experiment with.
Versatile and poisonous. A winning combination in the esport Dota 2. Is there anything more to say? Yes there is, read on.
The first DPC tournament of the year starts soon and it is time to refresh our memory about the attending teams.
The last part of our meta overview will concentrate on top tier Mid heroes in the current meta. Economic and global changes to the game resulted in the return of many forgotten characters who felt out of place in the previous patch, but now sit at the top of popularity and win rate charts.
Everyone’s favorite and most hated position - the carry. This player is your key to victory so make sure you keep him nice and safe while he’s farming. Make sure to never steal the last hits or your carry might retreat into the jungle at level three.
The current meta is unpredictable and ever-changing, but it doesn’t mean there are no clear winners in the support position. Both position four and position five support roles have been changed significantly at the start of the patch and while passive gold and XP gain has been tamed since, supports are still economically better off and have more responsibilities, compared to previous iterations of the game.
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