DOTA 2 is an immensely popular RPG game and is well known for hosting the Biggest prize pool competition for last 4 years since The International 2014.
Since this season has already ended I’ll share a little tutorial on how Battlepass abuse for DOTA 2 works.
Disclaimer: I’m in no way responsible for any damage you incur to your account or behaviour score. Also, note that if caught Valve might ban your account.
Then we let one team win first then we match again and let the other team win. And we place all our bets when it’s our turn to win.
How to abuse?
- Make an Abuse lobby.
- Share the lobby in the public chat channels. You can find Battlepass abuse channels in user made channels.
- Once you have all the players you need a co-leader. One will lead the Radiant team and other will lead the Dire team. Leaders are the point of contact for the team and need to add each other as a friend. Since you’re going to be one of the leaders, you need to decide a leader from the player in the lobby.
- Now you do a balanced shuffling of players until you’re in opposite team of the other leader.
- Now the leaders form the party by inviting players in their respective teams.
- Once the party is ready, both leaders are supposed to change matchmaking settings to something that is rare. For example: if you’re from Asia, you can search for a match in South Africa with the language set as Korean and you know for sure there are not much people there searching for a match with the language set as Korean. Time also plays a crucial role in settings. For example, if it is an unearthly hour in some region you can assume not many people would be playing DOTA 2 there.
Example of settings:
Region: South Africa
- Now both the leaders start finding a match at the same time and repeat.
Sometimes you could miss a match and alter settings to what you think could be better.
- You don’t leave a match after winning your turn if it was first.
- Radiant first, always.
- If someone violates rule one block the person so you either can identify them in future.