By Jay / / Games News

Valve, the Dota 2 developer, announced today that they have banned up to 40,000 cheaters in the last few weeks. The Dota 2 website made the official announcement. Cheaters have become more prevalent in online games as a result of easy access to cheat programs and players’ desire to win instantly.

Cheaters are individuals who use illegal software or methods to gain an unfair advantage in a game. Cheats of various kinds have spread to all types of games. Valve also stated that many players constantly develop and use new exploits to gain an unfair advantage at the expense of other players.

With the removal of these 40,000 cheaters, players in Dota 2 should have an easier time achieving their MMR goals. MMR is an abbreviation for Matchmaking Rating, which is used in Dota 2’s matchmaking system to determine a player’s skill level.

About Dota 2

Dota 2 is a multiplayer online game that falls into the MOBA (Multiplayer Online Battle Arena) genre. In this game, players select one hero from a list of available heroes and form a team with other players to compete in the battle arena against another team.

Each hero in the team has unique abilities and roles, such as the carry hero who collects gold and items, the support hero who assists the team by providing a heal or buff, and the initiator hero who initiates attacks against the opposing team. The primary goal of the game is to destroy the enemy’s base (Ancient).

Dota 2 has grown to be one of the most popular online games in the world, particularly among professional gamers. The game necessitates skill, tactics, teamwork, and quick decisions. The Dota 2 community can continue to enjoy a fair and competitive gaming environment thanks to Valve’s commitment to banning cheaters.

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