The Droid Guy. Dota 2 players may get Game Coordinator issues from time to time. Issues with the game servers are typically indicated by an error at the top part of the Dota 2 client. If you are having trouble playing online on Dota 2, learn what you can do to fix it below.
October 15, 2020 Patch
Everything you need to know about Dota 2 MMR, how to check it
Now, players from the Oceania region are reporting they are having problems simply getting into matches, regardless of their MMR. This goes beyond the struggles happening in North America and Europe where high MMR matches take forever to pair players together. The problems seem most prominent in Australia, where some players report things have gotten so bad that even spectating matches is impossible. This comes just 15 days after the last Australian server issue, where most of the players said the game was essentially down. Right now, the main focus of the complaints are casual players with decently high MMR waiting in matchmaking queues for over 30 minutes just to have a chance at playing a game. This is the exact same problem popping up again along with additional lag spikes and server problems in general. As reported by multiple players on Reddit, the matchmaking will loop and seem to fill, only for the timer to pop and reset upwards of 10 times on average.
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Dota2 is arguably the most played and most complicated MOBA game ever created. The game created and published by Valve Corp has its own online matchmaking server where players can join Normal Pub matches or Ranked Matches. Even though most prestigious tournaments are on LAN the game is mainly played on online servers. Does not matter if you are a professional player or not, you have to play your Ranked games on these servers to gain or drop your Match Making Rank which is also a huge decider of whether you can become a professional or not. Dota2 has servers for every region however now all of them are for Ranked games.
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