Featuring Match

Team Sirius Team Sirius
Sparking Arrow Gaming Sparking Arrow Gaming
10:00
Jul 02

Matches

T1 T1
BOOM Esports BOOM Esports
12:45
Jul 02
Invictus Gaming Invictus Gaming
PSG.LGD PSG.LGD
13:00
Jul 02
Team Empire Team Empire
EXTREMUM EXTREMUM
15:55
Jul 02
Team Unknown Team Unknown
Spirits Esports Spirits Esports
00:00
Jul 03
South American Rejects South American Rejects
Midas Club Midas Club
02:00
Jul 03

Results

Sparking Arrow Gaming Sparking Arrow Gaming
0
Royal Never Give Up Royal Never Give Up
2
Jul 02 12:38
New Esports New Esports
0
Reality Rift Reality Rift
2
Jul 02 10:23
Vici Gaming Vici Gaming
0
EHOME EHOME
2
Jul 02 10:18
Sparking Arrow Gaming Sparking Arrow Gaming
0
CDEC Gaming CDEC Gaming
2
Jul 02 10:08
EHOME EHOME
2
PSG.LGD PSG.LGD
0
Jul 02 08:08
Infamous Infamous
0
4 Zoomers 4 Zoomers
2
Jul 02 01:39

Ranking

July 2020

New Dota 2 7.23f Update

21 Jan 2020
Well everybody is aware that Valve releases a major update whenever a big tournament is about to start. It seems like they want to continue this trend because Patch 7.23f came out just few days before the second Major of this DPC begins. Although there are not that many fundamental changes, it will still have an effect on the pro play.

Well everybody is aware that Valve releases a major update whenever a big tournament is about to start. It seems like they want to continue this trend because Patch 7.23f came out just few days before the second Major of this DPC begins. Although there are not that many fundamental changes, it will still have an effect on the pro play. The newest patch in Dota 2 brings nerfs to some of the most popular heroes in the game. Notably, this is the first update to 7.23 that doesn’t change either neutral items or outposts, suggesting that Valve is finally satisfied with the impact of those items and structures.

Doom:

Doom is the first hero that gets under the nerf hammer. He now has two less strength but that’s not all. Scorched Earth deals less damage and requires more mana which means that he won’t be able to spam it as much. This was definitely needed because the spell definitely felt like it was too strong and the opponent was at a disadvantage.

Drow Ranger:

The second hero which received some tweaks is Drow Ranger. After the Outlanders Update, this hero became super popular due to her third skill. As a result, Multishot now require more mana and slows for 0.5 seconds less. Hopefully, this will prevent players from first-picking this hero in pubs.

PUCK:

This is the hero that probably benefited the most from the Outlanders Update. Puck was long forgotten in the previous Meta but he made a comeback yet again. However, it seems like the comeback was just too strong which is why 7.23f nerfs the hero once again. As a result, Puck now has two less damage and his Waning Rift will no longer move the hero if he is rooted. Luckily, he will still be able to cast the spell itself which means that it will at least silence and the Phase Shift Attacks talent is moved to level 15, which means there is no more a +90 damage talent. Whether or not will this kill the “physical damage” Puck is yet to be seen.

TINY:

Unlike Puck, one of the most popular heroes in every meta is Tiny. Although people expected the Outlanders Update to change this, that was not the case. In fact, he became even more picked, especially in pub games. Now, Tiny has 10 less base attack speed and less strength gain. As if that’s not enough, Toss now has less range and Tree Grab reduces 5 more movement speed.

Changes to Matchmaking:

The newest update has removed scaling MMR based on the relative skills of both teams and now defines fixed values of 30 MMR for solo games and 20 MMR for party games.

 

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