Zheng “MidOne” Yeik Nai made Dota 2 history by becoming the first Southeast Asian player (and 2nd overall) to achieve 10k MMR.
MidOne surpassed the objective Sunday, eventually raising his MMR to 10,016 points. As soon as happened throughout a stream, as MidOne would be a single win from smashing the 10K ceiling. Because the game finished, both he and also the chat were inside a celebratory mood.
“Told everyone, today may be the day,” MidOne stated, prior to getting up from his desk. “Get fucking 10K.”
MMR, or Match Making Rating, is really a way of measuring player skill in Dota 2. The greater a person wins, the greater MMR they get, so when they lose, they lose MMR points. Frequently utilized as a barometer that players have the possibility to visit pro, players who quickly increase in the rankings have a tendency to get noticed from a variety of teams. For any lengthy time, the very best tier players — including most professionals — have resided within the 8K range, with simply a little number ever having surpassed 9K.
Digital Chaos’ Abed “Abed” Azel Yusop first eclipsed the 10K mark recently, winning 17 from 21 matches to depart his mark in Dota 2 history. MidOne was directly behind Abed with 9,672 MMR when Abed arrived at the benchmark.
MidOne may be the solo mid laner for Team Secret, which qualified for that Worldwide 7 with the European qualifier.
For future 10K players, Evil Geniuses’ Artour “Arteezy” Babaev may be the next nearest player to reaching the objective, because he comes with an MMR of 9,479 by publication time.
Cover photo by Adelan Sznajder/ESL, eslgaming.com
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