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Valve Banned 40,000 Accounts for Matchmaking Violations in Dota 2

In 2022, a fairly solid Dota 2 community keeps this game at the top. But at the start of 2022 this doesn’t seem too good for Dota 2. The daily player average is currently the lowest since its early release and Valve itself has yet to find a solution to this problem.

On the other hand, they continue to update their policy in terms of Matchmaking. Recently they banned 40 thousand accounts that were deemed to have committed Matchmaking violations. However, it is not clear what matchmaking “violation” is in Dota 2, which causes the review of this game to decrease even more.

If things like this continue, it is not impossible that in the future many players will eventually leave this game.

In Indonesia, the professional scene for the Dota 2 game is not as busy as it used to be. Many pro players have decided to switch to other games that are currently busy, especially mobile games.

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