Dota 2 Ranks Medal and MMR Ranking Leaderboard updated monthly. Do you know which medal do you belong?
Dota 2 Ranking Medal System
A game is not complete without an MMR ranking system. Dota 2 used to have a numbered MMR system but then switched to the Ranking medals in order to determine which tier you belong.
Currently, there are 8 Dota 2 Ranks tier in Dota 2:
- Herald (0 to ~720 MMR)
- Guardian (~840 to 1560 MMR)
- Crusader (~1680 to 2400 MMR)
- Archon (~2520 to 3240 MMR)
- Legend (~3360 to 4080 MMR)
- Ancient (~4200 to 4920 MMR)
- Divine (~5040 to 5760 MMR)
- Immortal (6000+ MMR)
To reach a new tier, you must complete the star requirements for a certain medal. The tier determines one’s skills in the game and he will compete against others with similar rank. The higher the medal, the higher a player’s skill should be expected.
Unlike anything else, the Immortal medal will not be determined by stars but by ranking in the leaderboards. If you are Immortal 1, then you are the top 1 player in a specific region. Note that there can only be 1 top player for every region in the current Dota 2 setup.
The new MMR system consists of core and support roles to determine your MMR. Results may vary according to your role.
Dota 2 MMR Ranking Leaderboard
There are tons of websites that let you see the Dota 2 MMR ranking leaderboards. See the best Dota 2 players from around the world that could potentially be the next TI champion or Dota 2 superstar. The Official Dota 2 website’s leaderboards are one of the best websites to see the rankings. There are other alternative sites out there too.
Official Dota 2 Leaderboards per region:
Third-Party Updated leaderboard sites are the following:
- DotaBuff Leaderboards: DotaBuff is the leading platform to view Dota 2 stats with links to verified professional players and their past and recent games.
- Global MMR Leaderboards by RGP: The RGP version of the Global MMR leaderboards is more on graphs and number-crunching stats nerds will surely love.