Nisha with Team Secret at the Epicenter 2019


Nisha Dota 2 Settings 2022: Item and Ability Hotkeys

Rakshak Kathuria
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Team Liquid's midlaner Michał "Nisha" Jankowski recently showed his in-game Dota 2 hotkey settings.
Nisha, who enjoys joking around, said to the spectators that his settings were the best.
The in-game settings were released during a suprise Twitch livestream, something the player is not known for doing.

During his career as a professional Dota 2 player, Team Liquid's Michał "Nisha" Jankowski has grown leaps and bounds and is currently touted as the best midlaner around. He is an extremely talented player with a wide range of skills, including great versatility, sheer mechanical power, impeccable teamfight execution, and more. He recently surprised thousands of viewers by presenting a livestream on Twitch where he went on to reveal his in-game Dota 2 settings. Having a smile on his face, Nisha, who loves to joke around, told the viewers that his settings were the best.

Nisha displays his Dota 2 hotkey settings


Ability hotkeys

The spells that Nisha casts are done using some of the standard hotkeys, but he has repositioned them for his own convenience.

Item Hotkeys

Nisha uses both the normal Cast and Quickcast hotkeys when using his items, similar to the ability hotkeys. Here are the hotkeys for the same.

It is important to remember that these hotkey settings are not ideal for all Dota 2 players, but they can give players a good idea of how professional players like Nisha use a combination of cast and quickcast to use their items and cast spells.

While playing the game, Nisha largely controls the left half of the keyboard by using almost every key, including the alphabet and the numbers.

Other basic hotkeys used for actions such as unit movement, shop, chat, interface, and control groups can be found in the video below.

Considering Nisha's exquisite gameplay, it's likely that a lot of players will experiment with the same hotkeys to see if a change is noticed.

Meanwhile, the player recently surprised his followers with a livestream, something he hasn't done in years. When asked if he liked livestreaming, Nisha responded with his trademark broad smile that he loves doing it.

The welcome livestream, which may occur more frequently in the future, was most likely a result of his move to Liquid, an organization whose players are known to livestream frequently.

In professional games, the player will be seen playing for Team Liquid versus Entity on 16th Jan with sights set on registering the third series win in a row in the Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) Western Europe (WEU) 2023 Tour 1: Division I. Nisha has shown amazing chemistry with his new squad thus far, having recently left Team Secret after four years.

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As a passionate Dota 2 fan for eight years, Rakshak has indulged himself completely in its esports circuit for the past two years as a professional. In addition to covering major news developments, he takes a keen interest in understanding team strengths and player personalities.

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