There are plenty of ways to increase your rankings when playing MOBA games. Without having to do too much research on how to improve your rankings, you can just read this article. Then you can do your research using this piece as a guide. The idea is to use technology to your advantage – as with anything, the World Wide Web holds a wealth of information.
- Study YouTube
It really doesn’t matter what you are trying to learn, Youtube should be your go-to place when it comes to looking for information on learning how to do something. For example, when you play online games, the best way to learn how to play the game better is to check out Youtube and see if there are any free lessons being taught. For Dota 2 you will find Purge, who is a pro records the Dota lessons he gives other people and posts them on YouTube.
This is not only a way of advertising for him, but also it is awesome for Dota players that want to know more about the game and their favorite heroes in the game.
Other games such as Overwatch and League of Legends have their own superstar pros that post videos of their gameplay as well as lessons. You will always be able to improve the way you play any MOBA game just from the wealth of knowledge there is to be had on YouTube.
- Try Boosting Your Account
Another option to boost your account. There are a lot of different boosting service out there. This means there is sure to be one for your favorite game. One of the most reputable services is op-boost LOL boosting services. Here you will find a wealth of information related to solo boosting as well as suo boosting for the game League of legends.
Other boosting services are available for Overwatch as well as Dota 2. Any other MOBA games that you may play just do a Google search and find out the top 10 websites and do a little research. They are all pretty good. Personally, I play Dota 2, and I have boosted my account because I was tired of being stuck with the same ignorant players all the time.
The reason I did it was because I calibrated early on in my Dota days; however, I studied the game a lot and understood the concepts behind the drafting (which is the stage at which you pick your heroes). This is important because the wrong draft can mean you end up being trampled on by the other team. Now the other players just wanted to pick whatever player they felt without thinking about the strategy behind this very important aspect of the game.
In the end, I was winning 3 of 5 games, but the 2 games I was losing was because of bad draft picks. Not only that, the games I was winning were sometimes a struggle because of the draft and the lack of knowledge of other players. After I boosted, I was playing with much better players and I have considerably improved my game.
- Find a Website Dedicated to Strategy
There are plenty of websites out there that will be dedicated to helping people like you learn more about the finer points of the game. Some you may have to pay to get more information and training guides – if you are serious, then you should think about parting with a small amount of cash. I have also done this simply because I know that the more knowledge I have, the better I will be as a player.
The cost is pretty low, and because I love Dota 2 so much, I don’t mind spending money on my hobby. The website I chose, in the end, has maps, teaches me about items I should use, and most importantly I learned a lot about the drafting phase. Here I managed to get to grips with which players counter which, and how my skills will counter the other team’s skills as well as combine well with the skills of other players on my team – especially when it comes to team fights.
Will these 3 Tips Really Help Me Improve My MOBA Gaming?
It really depends on how you approach your learning curve of a game. The tips will 100% help even if you only have a little time to study the game. Plus, if you don’t have any cash spare to part with, then there is plenty of free information that will help you at the very least understand the game better. You will be surprised at just how little you know sometimes just as I was when I first started to look into ways to improve my game.
In the end, it is really down to your own personal circumstances. Are you willing to learn? How much time do you have to dedicate to learning the game? Are you willing to let old habits die fast? Also, having some cash to spend on your learning experience is also a big bonus, but I understand that some of us just do not have the cash spare. If that is the case, it will just mean a little more time to research and making notes of points to improve on.
Do this and you will 100% improve your gameplay.