The highest MMR Dota 2 players at the end of 7.32

By Kenneth Williams


Apr 18, 2023

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These four players have earned the highest MMR across all major Dota 2 regions, and they make the old 8K records look tame.

Dota 2 becomes an entirely different game at the very highest level of play. The margins for error are incredibly small, and players are skilled enough to recognize and punish even the tiniest of mistakes. However, a small handful of players are able to grind their way to the very top of the ladder.

With Dota 2 7.33 coming very soon, the end of the 7.32 era is the perfect time to see which players earned the prestige of ending the patch with the highest MMR.

The highest MMR players in all Dota 2 regions

The highest MMR players for each region are as follows, according to the official Dota 2 ranked leaderboard.

  • BADBADNOTGOOD – Americas
  • pkq – China
  • Alimzhan “watson” Islambekov – Europe
  • Souliya “JaCkky” Khoomphetsavong – Southeast Asia

Shockingly, the highest MMR in two major Dota 2 regions appear to be completely unsponsored players. BADBADNOTGOOD has no esports record listed on his Dotabuff profile, and no pro players have publicly claimed the account as their own.

A similar situation exists in China, with offlaner pkq earning the top spot in the game’s second-most competitive region. pkq actually does have some esports experience, playing in a handful of qualifiers from the last year with a team named Spinach. He’s not very well known abroad, but he’s definitively a top talent in his home region.

In contrast, most Dota 2 esports fans should recognize the highest-ranked players in Europe and Southeast Asia. watson is the carry player for Entity, an upper division DPC team in the game’s toughest region. JaCKKy, meanwhile, is an icon of SEA Dota 2 as the current carry of Bleed Esports.

Despite topping the leaderboards at the end of the game’s longest patch, neither of them will attend the upcoming Berlin Major.


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