- Our Player will play enough matches to boost your behavior score to the desired value.
- We don’t use programs or bots in our work. All orders are done by hand. We can stream the progress of your boost or provide screenshots at your request;
Personalize your boost
Play Offline – we will set your Steam friend list to Offline mode. No one can see that you’re online and be able to message you via chat;
Stream – our player will live stream for you on Youtube or Twitch.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why may I need a behavior boost?
If your behavior score drops below a certain point, you may start experiencing longer queue times. Not only that, but lower behavior brackets are, more often than not, populated by less skillful players, which means that the quality of your matches drops alongside longer queues. In the most severe cases, the queue times may reach and exceed 40 minutes. Imagine enduring that only to get matched with a bunch of toxic players that will feed and/or abandon the match. If you experience any of those, then our Dota 2 behavior boost may be exactly what you need to get things back to normal.
Is my Steam inventory safe?
Absolutely. Our Dota 2 boosters are well trained and professional enough to only focus on their job. Furthermore, Steam guard/authenticator will safeguard your inventory at all times. There is no way someone can take any of your items without access to your phone.
Can I party with the booster while on my own account?
Sure, you can. We offer Duo Queue or for our Dota 2 MMR Boost service. If this option is selected, you will play on your own account alongside our player until we achieve your desired rank.
How long will it take to start my order?
Once you have purchased, we typically start within 30 mins to an hour.
Do I have to disable my Steam Guard?
No, you don’t. However, we will need a Steam Guard code to log into your account for the first time.
About Dota 2 behavior score
Behavior score is a number rating from 1 to 10,000 that gives value to how your attitude in game is perceived, with 10,000 being the best possible score. Just as MMR, although to less extent, the Behavior score directly affects your match ups. There are few brackets for behavior same as for MMR: 0-3000, 3000-4500, 4500-7000 and 7000-10000. Usually you will be matched with players from one of those brackets and it is very uncommon to be matched with a 4000 behavior score player if you have a 10000 score.
How can behavior score be raised?
Raising your Behavior Score is not something that happens overnight.
Before any advice can be received on Behavior Score in Dota, one must understand that many instances of difficult teammates is a result of a difficult day, or stressful situation in life. Many players have losing streaks, maybe that teammate who is upset with you just had two games prior where people were mad at them. As a result, they are now just frustrated and has some built-up stress.
If you want to improve your behavior score, you must treat people with respect (which can be hard at times). If you have played Dota for many hours, you have most likely had a game where you got angry as well. It is a natural human tendency to have emotion.
To sum it up, simple manners go a long way! Congratulating your teammates on a completed Gank, solo kill or anything else does way more than you might think. It may be hard at times, but the best and the most reliable way to raise your behavior score is to simply be kind to other players.
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