Dota 2 has regional leaderboards as of today. These all important lists show the players with the highest solo matchmaking rating split into the four regions of the Americas, Europe and Africa, China, and Southeast Asia.
You can take a look at them right now to see where you stand, and whose position you’re gunning for, you competitive lot, you.
To see your handle appear on the leaderboards, you’ll need to have completed 300 unranked or ranked PvP matches, 100 lifetime solo matches and at least 15 solo ranked matches in the last 21 days – all in the same division. Your division is the one you’ve played the most solo ranked games in across the last 21 days.
Your player information will also need to be recorded, and if you’re already eligible but haven’t provided the information, you’ll receive a request for it. For a short time, player information is open and can be edited so the leaderboards show the right information.
All matches where the MMRs are updated can qualify for the requirement – even if someone abandons the match. But if it’s thrown out for any reason, it won’t meet requirements.
The absence of a global leaderboard is due to the divisions being on a different scale, so combining the results wouldn’t be meaningful, according to the Dota 2 team.
Regional leaderboards will be updated daily at 22:00 GMT.