Dota 2 Coaching Selection:
Dota 2 coaches are picked through a very vigorous process from a wide array of our Dota 2 boosters. We take extra special care in analyzing each coach for their communication skills, knowledge of game mechanics and tips, fluency in language of client’s choice, meeting a certain rank requirement, and exceptional gameplay. If they can easily crush us that’s a good sign. Our coaches will develop a highly individualized coaching plan for you that will analyze your strengths and weaknesses and anything in-between to develop a A+ plan of action that will help you to rank up your MMR with ease.
Dota 2 coaches at Elitist Gaming have extensive in game experience and that is guaranteed, over 1000 hours and usually much more. Many of our coaches play Dota 2 exclusively, and some of them even play for a living whether through boosting, coaching, or sponsorships. Many of our coaches develop guides and other public documentation to help new players, but keep their best tricks and tips for private lessons with clients like you. You can expect only high MMR players coaching you.
In DotA there’s multiple variables when it comes to roles and lanes. You have gold and XP priority which are ranked from position 1, the hard carry, which gets all gold and xp priority to position 5, supports, which get shit. As for lanes, you have your mid lane, pretty straight forward, usually a 1v1 battle for the most gold with supports roaming for ganks now and again. You have safe lane, which is where the hard carry and support go together, sometimes even two supports (a tri-lane), this lane’s goal is to gather as much xp and gold for the hard carry so he can destroy everyone in late-game. Then you have the offlane, this lane has either 1 or 2 heroes, their goal is to annoy the shit out of the enemy safe lane, denying gold and experience, even getting kills on them if the support doesn’t do their job at zoning the offlaner. And last you have the jungler/roamer, which is optional/situational in every game, he roams around the map assisting all lanes after getting some levels in the forest. That is pretty much what you need to know about laning basics. Coaches will help you with more specific fine tuning.