How To View Your Current MMR In Dota 2

In a major update last year, Dota 2 introduced the seasonal MMR system, with numerical rankings replaced by medals representing a player’s highest ranking during the season. While these values were replaced, they weren’t removed from view completely. For those new to the game, or coming back to it after a particularly long hiatus, the new medals only change when there is a rise and rank, so the only way to know where you stand currently is to view the aforementioned numerical ranking.

The game still allows players to view their own solo and party MMR, though, and in what follows we’re going to guide you through the same.

Here’s what you need to do.

1. In Dota 2, click on your profile widget to the top-left of the screen.

2. In the following screen, switch to the Stats tab.

3. You will find your current Solo MMR and Party MMR values to the top-right of the Stats screen.

This value will change after each ranked match. You will, of course, need to have your ranking calibrated, which takes a minimum of 10 matches. Until then, the value will, as shown in the screenshot above, remain TBD (To Be Decided).

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