what's penalty for abandoned game in dota 2?

Discussion in 'DotA Chat' started by karlongkar, May 3, 2012.

  1. karlongkar

    karlongkar New Member

    thanks for answers
  2. Maydie-

    Maydie- Well-Known Member

    If you have too many abandoned games you'll end up in a low priority group. That means you'll be playing with other leavers and it will take you a loooong time to find games when queued.
  3. dark.88

    dark.88 Well-Known Member

    You get moved into a pool of players who also leave, afk, and troll. So The players who don't leave play with eachother, and the leavers play with eachother. Lasts 24 hours or until you buy a get out of jail card for real money in the DotA store(pending)
  4. karlongkar

    karlongkar New Member

    is that only one penalty from abandoned game?

    and if the game is open , is all stats going to be reset or not?

    Edit after 24 hours everything go to normal right?
  5. l1k3m1k3

    l1k3m1k3 Well-Known Member

    I am surprised no troll answer in here.
  6. dark.88

    dark.88 Well-Known Member

    I actually don't know if it's 1 game or not, but it goes away after 24 hours once you are in.

    I don't see why they shouldn't do it after 1 leave because it's easy enough to get out.
  7. Inreet

    Inreet Banned

    you will be taken into Liverpool.
  8. JohnAsmar

    JohnAsmar Well-Known Member

    You will not be able to pick Techies for 1 day.
  9. sunnymarcell

    sunnymarcell Banned

    your counter under the "Abandoned" text will change from x to x+1
  10. ShowThemHell

    ShowThemHell Banned

    Pain...A lot of pain.....You won't want to imagine it...
  11. Hadgehog

    Hadgehog Well-Known Member

    I saw a guy who had 3 weeks time in low priority (some friend invited him to party). He played a bit, said 'I'm sorry' and left.
    So I guess low priority can be stacked to big times(at least it was like that before).
    Also, abandoning 1 game a day(or so) does nothing. Only if you leave 2 or more times in a short period then you will get low priority.