Qojqva, Fata, And Charlie Check the Win Rates and Games Played by Pro Dota 2 Players
During the Berlin Major 2023, popular Dota 2 streamer Max "qojqva" Bröcker was joined by fellow players Adrian "Fata" Trinks and Charlie "charlie" Arat to watch the games together on his stream. While watching the official stream for the Berlin Major, qojqva noticed a fan in the audience that was holding up a sign that said “Ceb has 92 matches in 7 days, comeback”. The streamer was piqued by this statement and decided to check the Dota2 Pro Tracker website and see how many games professional players have been playing. They were surprised by the number of games played by Steve "Xcalibur" Ye, Sébastien "Ceb" Debs, Kim "Febby" Yong-min, and Topias "Topson" Taavitsainen, as well as the impressive win rates of Ceb and Topson.
Topson and Ceb have exceptional winrate to games played ratios among pro players
As the trio delved deeper into the statistics on the Dota2 Pro Tracker website, they were amazed by the sheer amount of games played by some of the professional players.
“Ceb has 92 matches in 7 days comeback? Does he actually? [I think so]. Let's see, let's pull out pro tracker (Dota2 pro tracker). Holy sh*t (looking at Xcalibur’s 273 games in the last 30 days). Oh shit, Mage is also grinding, not very successfully but he is. Ekki 60% winrate, holy. Topson also 60% winrate,” qojqva said.
As of now, Ceb has 124 games in the last 8 days with a 47% winrate whereas Topson has 30 games in the last 8 days with a 60% winrate according to Dota Pro Tracker.
All three of the players were surprised to see the high number of games played by these professional players along with a positive winrate, highlighting the number of hours and dedication that the players put into improving at the game. Considering that players are still getting used to the new patch, these high win rates are indeed surprising. While Ceb and Topson have some of the highest games played and win-rates to match it, the two players are currently facing a major setback as their team, Old G, was recently disqualified from the Summer Tour Closed Qualifiers 2023. This was due to a violation of the rules of conduct, according to PGL, and the team will have to play through open qualifiers to get a slot at the Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) Western Europe (WEU) Tour 3: Division II.