If you are good you will rise regardless of the team this is what it means to be pro and if your bad then you deserve to be where you are. It's the feelings of a minority of fucked up people that go into every game thinking they're the best in the world. People who play casually for fun don't give 2 shits about what number they're at. No I am sorry but..
Is matchmaking terrible or am I just unlucky? :: Dota 2 General Discussions
Valve With the anticipated Dueling Fates update not coming for another month or so, with the currently stale meta and promised two new heroes community expectations are high. Yet there are more problems with Dota 2 than just a stale meta or even a forever blamed imperfect matchmaking system. In anticipation of the new patch, let's take this time to look at other flaws of Dota 2, big and small. About a month ago, after a small balance patch 7. The listed issues range from Ranked All Pick order always benefiting the Dire, to pausing rules being sub-optimal, bugged to death coaching system and bugged microphone volumes among others, more obvious issues like tons of in-game bugs that are being ignored for years and some miscellaneous ones. Mostly Everything wrong with Dota 2.
Valve has stated that matchmaking tries to fulfil several criteria: The teams are balanced. The discrepancy in skill between the most and least skilled player in the match is minimized. The highest skill Radiant player should be close to the same skill as the highest skill Dire player.
I think one of the problems in HoN is that you start at That's not such a bad rating, and this means that someone that has never played the game could be in the same team as someone up to the s. Of course they would drop fairly fast, but until they hit the bottom of the pool they would play with a lot of people with higher ratings.