Forum Dota 2 Misc Whats low priority matchmaking pool? Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 10 of Whats low priority matchmaking pool? Thread Tools Show Printable Version. I apologise if there's already a thread for this, could not find it. It means you left multiple games, and people don't want to play with you.
Only other way I can put it Is, a normal que would take you approximatly 30 seconds to 2 Minutes.
With low Priority, it will take you Minutes to find a game. Out of interest, where does it tell you that you are in the low priority pool?Dota 2 How to solve "can't connect to server" problem Tutorial
I'm trying to join a game right now, and it's up to 11 mins. I've watched the number of players matched go up and down There are over a hundred games on the server, so I estimate that it should take more than a couple of minutes to get 10 players.
The "search range" is maxed out, but yet I still haven't got a game. I have almost games played, and zero abandons - and I haven't seen any message about the low priority pool; but still You'r the guy at the party that everyone doesn't like so they ignore you and put you in low priority. Players may be banned from matchmaking for a period of time due to several offenses.
Match quality is presumably determined by a combination of the player's behavior score and their account flags value. Players with a high behavior score get matched with other players with a high score and vice versa.
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The account flags supposedly determine in which matchmaking pool a player should be, independently of their mmr and behavior score. The current behavior score and account flags can be checked using the Console through the commands.
The behavior score shows as grades. While Normal being the highest and F being the lowest. Valve has not disclosed how these scores are calculated, but abandons , reports and commends seem to play a role. Account flags are represented as an integer value. Most players report having an account flag value of 0, 1 or 3. It is known that account flags with values 7 indicates that a 6-month ban is imminent on the account, but there is no known effect on matchmaking.
Shadowpool is a status placed on an account that is typically assigned to players who have abused of exploits in the past.
Shadowpool status is not reported anywhere client-side. The shadowpool status can either be permanent or temporary.
However, this information can only potentially be revealed through a request to the Steam support. From Dota 2 Wiki. Abandoning a matchmaking game that is not marked as 'safe to leave'. Being in a Ranked party when one of the party members is assigned an abandon. Being reported by other users for negative in-game behavior. Abusing hero abilities or the in-game courier.
Extended AFK behavior or otherwise not participating in a game that you have joined. Joining a group with another individual that is in the low priority matchmaking queue will cause the entire group to be placed in the low priority queue until the group is disbanded or the low priority individual leaves.
What other effects does a Low Priority penalty have on an account?
The account will not qualify for any item drops. Achievements and quests will not be counted. Battle points or other seasonal rewards cannot be earned. Queuing with other accounts will place them in the Low Priority matchmaking pool while partied. What if these behaviors are performed while an account has an active Low Priority penalty?