Dota Underlords streamer becomes the first player to reach 10k MMR
Dota Underlords streamer Kim “bebe872” Kyuyeon became the first player to get past 10,000 MMR in the game during a stream on August 5.
The highest rank in Dota Underlords is the “Lord of the White Spire” and only about 2,000 players have managed to reach these upper echelons.
Standing atop the best players in the game is bebe872, who was the very first player to reach over 10,000 matchmaking rank (MMR) in Valve’s strategy game.
It’s over 10,000!
Bebe enjoyed the accomplishment live with viewers on Twitch, who also celebrated the streamer’s legendary acheivement.
He used a combination of four Scrappy, three Warlock and two Demon Hunter units during the match to take him over the five-digit threshold.
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“No there is no limit [on MMR],” bebe said after winning the match. “We were here guys, it seems we were here. That is amazing.”
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There’s nothing like being the first one to do something, and bebe’s 10,000 MMR definitly makes him one of the world’s top Underlords players (for now, at least.)[ad name=”article4″]
Ranked changes in the latest Underlords patch
The Dota Underlords patch 213 contained changes for the game’s ranking system, that now sets Lords of the White Spire at 7600 MMR – or equal to the Big Boss V rank.
The update also contains changes to gameplay and updated character models that were designed in part by the community to give units a different look at each level.
Now that the 10,000 MMR horizon has been crossed we’re wondering who the next Underlords player to reach the milestone will be and who will be the next to take bebe down.