Ranked matchmaking works by finding ten different players to match up in a public game depending on their matchmaking rank (MMR). Players who queue in ranked matchmaking are expected to be more skilled and up for a challenge as opposed to those who use regular matchmaking.
Is Dota 2 skill based matchmaking?
All PvP matchmaking is based on an Matchmaking Rating (MMR) similar to the Elo system. Players of roughly equal skill will be placed in the same game.
How does matchmaking system work?
The Matchmaking System works along with a modified version of the Elo system. The basic gist of the Elo system is that it uses math to compare two player ratings to guess the game result – like, Player A will win vs Player B 75% of the time. From there, the game is played. If a player wins, the player gain points.
How long is DOTA matchmaking?
Players are now seeing average Fast Queue times of 1:20, however 1.31% of Fast Queue players are still taking more than 10 minutes. For solo players that queue for just Mid in the Fast Queue the average is 2:30, with 2.69% still taking more than 10 minutes.