Valve reported that they sent more than 40,000 Dota 2 accounts to the ban due to abuse of matchmaking. Now the life of boosters and smurfs, who have found a way to make money and have fun with less skill users, has once again been complicated. Valve continue to fight those. who does not want to play by the rules. The banned players were also treated by that part of the users who did not play the roles indicated before the start of the match.
In addition, it was noticed that online Dota 2 fell into significant decline and fell to the level that it was 7 years ago. Analysts attribute this to the latest changes in the game, which more and more complicate the gameplay and thereby increase the threshold for new players to enter the Valve MOBA project.