DOTA 2 is a 5v5 MOBA game developed by Valve software with main developer Icefrog. Based on Blizzard's Warcraft 3 RTS game, DOTA 2 inherits it's top-down camera view as well as certain mechanics, but it's come a long way from the days of yore and is now a completely separate and distinguishable esports title. The game itself has seen many changes over the years from the original mod back in the 2000's, and even since it's release to the public in 2013. Even after multiple major patches and changes, it still boasts an impressive 10 million concurrent players each month.
Matches are played by pitting two teams of five players against each other. Each team has a base with a structure (called the “Ancient”) which they have to defend from the enemy team, while trying to destroy the enemy Ancient to win. The bases are connected by 3 paths (called “lanes”). In-between these lanes are jungle areas in which neutral units (called “creeps”) live. Each lane spawn non-player-controlled units for both teams that fight their way to the enemy base. The 2 bases are separate by a river stretching half the map’s length. DOTA 2’s logo is inspired by the map layout on which battles take place.
Each player selects one of the 119 units (called “heroes”) to control throughout the game. Heroes are divided into Strength, Agility and Intelligence types with different skill sets, pros and cons. Throughout the game each hero will level up, amass gold to purchase powerful items and use strategy and team-coordination on their way towards victory.
DOTA 2 has a heavy emphasis on tactics and team coordination, and a deep amount of strategy focused on building up strength as fast as possible, optimal itemization, and selecting what order to upgrade your hero's spells.
Dota 2 Boosting is a rapid MMR increment for account that happens because a player from a much higher bracket plays on lower MMR by winning almost every match. Such players are called boosters.
Dota 2 booster is a high MMR and experienced player who is able to play on lower ranks with 70%+ winrate. Boosters mosly play on some aggressive and snowball heroes like Storm, Tinker, Lina, QoP and other strong heroes.
In order to increase your MMR in Dota 2 you need to win more matches than you lose as in dota 2 you gain/lose the same MMR for win or lose. One option is to practice a lot and learn the game. Another option is to buy coaching or boosting services.
The fastest way to raise your MMR is to purchase mmr boosting service. We recommend to use DUO MMR Boosting - you will play on your account with experienced dota 2 boosters and basically raise your MMR yourself! If you don’t have time to play with boosters you can always choose the regular MMR boosting option.
Safe Dota 2 Boosting speed is 100-150 MMR per day. Boost is slower on 7000+ MMR and it is about 50 MMR per day.