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Dota Plus now has chat wheel, ranked matchmaking and in-game tipping

The best of the Battle Pass is now in the Dota Plus subscription system.

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Now you can play your matches like Tee Eye Winners — at least, by spamming them like TI winners. Due to overwhelmingly popular demand, Dota Plus is bringing in some of the most popular features from this year’s Battle Pass.

The most notable of these is the chat wheel, which allows players to send audio clips to either their team or both. The more popular ones during the Battle Pass featured casters shouting recognizable or humorous lines, but for Dota Plus, it’s limited to more generic sounds (which we’ll list below).

The revived Ranked Roles queue allows you to specify how you’d like to play in order to avoid conflict. And, if you want to commend a job well done or troll an opponent, in-game tipping is back in the form of Dota Plus shard.

These are on top of the upgrade subscription’s normal features, such as Battle Pass entry, set unlocks and in-game analysis.

If you’re interested in the chat wheel, these are the noises you can unlock at the moment:

  • Applause
  • Crash
  • Crickets
  • Party horn
  • Ba-dum-tishh
  • Charge
  • Drum roll
  • Frog
  • Headshake
  • Kiss
  • Oww
  • Snore
  • Bock bock
  • Crybaby
  • Sad trombone
  • Yahoo

They’re available from 3,000 shards up to 6,000.

Dota Plus remains $3.99 per month, with bundled packages up to $41.99 for 12 months.