The second day of the tournament is finished. Once again, the quality of the games was incredibly high, but, once again, we saw mostly the same heroes being picked and banned.
Day 1 of the Boston Major playoffs has concluded and 4 teams bid adieu to the competition.
The group stage for the last big tournament of the season is over and it was full of surprises, upsets, and unconventional picks. It clearly shows that 6.88 intends to go out with a bang, with 84 different picks and bans. However, there were some definitive trends in the tournament’s meta, and some heroes have definitely performed better than the others.
For the longest time now, midlaners have been the stars of Dota. As gankers and playmakers, midlaners have been able to shine the brightest in the game and are often the position to look at when it comes to individual skill. Recently however, midlaners have transitioned more into carries, with more traditional right-clickers dominating the lane.
With only two weeks left until the release of the new patch, it might be a good time to start a discussion on the potential changes to the game. It is almost certain right now that apart from the release of the new hero, the changes to the existing ones will be extensive. Some of these changes might include the introduction of Arc Warden and Underlord to the competitive scene.
6.88 has been celebrated as the most diverse patch yet and after covering the meta’s top offlaners and carries, it is time to give the supports of the game a spot in the limelight.
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