Nisha's Dominance: Win Rate Reaches Absurd Levels in Last Two Weeks
Team Liquid star Michał "Nisha" Jankowski has been dominating the Dota 2 Pro Circuit 2023: Western European (WEU) and currently sits on the top of the table with a 5-0 record and is practically a shoo in for the upcoming Lima Major 2023 in Peru. However, he has not only found success in official games, the Polish midlaner is also dominating his ranked games recently. Currently, he boasts an absurd 91.7% win rate and is skyrocketing his way through the European Dota 2 ladders.
Nisha's Incredible Win Rate: Only 2 losses out of 24 matches
Despite currently being involved with Division I of the WEU DPC:Winter Tour, Nisha still found time to practice his skills in ranked public matches. However, despite having only played a fair amount of matches in the past 8 days many were star-studded by Nisha’s incredible win rate.
, Nisha has only played a total of 24 ranked games during the previous week when he has spare time not being involved in the WEU DPC with Team Liquid. However, his 91.7% win rate shocked many within the community as the Polish midlaner only lost two out of his 24 matches.
Additionally, Nisha had to play against incredible players such as Evil Geniuses' Crhistian "Pakazs" Casanova, Tundra Esports’ Neta “33” Shapira and BetBoom’s Alexander "TORONTOTOKYO" Khertek while avoiding common behavior in high-ranked matches such as griefing.
Furthermore, Nisha’s account currently sits at 73th place in the WEU leaderboard rankings, surpassing the likes of Topias "Topson" Taavitsainen and Tundra’s coach Kurtis "Aui_2000" Ling and is expected to go higher in the leaderboard standings should he kept the momentum going.
Nisha’s highest win rate heroes include the likes of Invoker, Tusk and Kunkka with the latter having won 9 out of the 10 matches played in ranked matchmaking while the other two maintained a perfect 100% win rate.
Having already made an impressive impact in his debut season with Team Liquid, Nisha continues to make headlines as he looks to help his new team earn a direct invitation to the upcoming Lima Major in Peru while also maintaining the team’s undefeated streak in the WEU DPC.