1. Read Our Blog Written by Overwatch boosting Professionals
Reading our blog is a no-brainer.
2. Draft Only The Current Meta Heroes
Do not go into Overwatch placement matches drafting non-meta heroes from the bottom of the tier list, you unnecessarily tilt your team by playing a hero that works only in certain compositions and maps. Stick to the meta.
There’s also a really cool website you can use called Hero Picker where you can draft a team with the help of AI. If the website suggests a hero that’s not in a good shape atm (low tier list rank), avoid it even if it’s the highest score on the drafting mechanism and stick to the highest hero on the tier list that is also your comfort pick.
3. Avoid Playing During Late Nights and Weekends
During late nights, you are likely tired, and so is your team. We don’t want to know who is more tired, it sucks. Also, not many people play at that time meaning the matchmaker will struggle more to form a decently balanced match, meaning your team will be stronger, or their will. Do you really want to gamble?
And for the weekends part. A lot of casual players and children play during the weekends, they also want their Overwatch placements done but they aren’t as nearly as hardcore as you, eh? Meaning they might not take ranked as serious as you do and will likely ruin your score.
4. Be Nice, Supportive And Lead The Draft
Many people will be tilted and start playing random heroes like the world is over, even tho they can still fix their placement score. Be supportive, if someone picks a bad hero or something weird, approach them nicely. Hey buddy, mind swapping that “Symmetra”? I think we have more chances to win with a more standard pick. Thanks!
If you’re using the Hero Picker, be knowledgeable and suggest picks to your teammates, that will boost the morale as they will feel like they have a leader and someone that actually knows what he’s doing.
5. Draft ONLY Comfort Picks
This advice may be contrary to the one where we say that you should draft only high tier heroes, but if your comfort picks, e.g. the picks that you played hundreds of games with are not high on the tier list. It doesn’t matter!
Pick that, try to state in the draft that it’s your main hero and that it might even help you guys win as the enemies don’t meet that pick often since it isn’t drafted a lot. Win-win.
6. Play Duo With Someone You Know or Trust
Find someone that suited you from past matches and add them. Or invite your actual friends if they’re good. If none of that works, contact our Overwatch boosting team and we’ll assign you a pro to give you a little push you in no-time. We also have a DISCOUNT of 20% using code S27NEW
7. Don’t Play Tilted And Take Breaks
Another no-brainer, bad day? Don’t do your placements today. If you really want to play that today, okay. Have a nap, have some coffee (don’t drink coffee for the first time, only if you’re a coffee drinker 🙂 take a walk, clear your head and do at least one warm-up regular game. After each loss, take a break, maybe have a meal, listen to some music and get back clearheaded 15-30 mins later.
8. Get Overwatch Coaching
Getting coaching is a great way to improve, do you think that Messi got where he is without coaches? You need someone more experienced and wiser to teach you. Check out our various Overwatch coaches and find the one for you.
9. Hire Our Pros To Do Placement Matches For or With You
We can play for you, or you can opt-in for playing with our boosters in a team. We guarantee 70-100% wins on each order. Only the top 300 players will play for you, or with you. Best of the best.
10. Never Give Up
And the last one. This game isn’t built like League of Legends, where a leading team has much higher chances of actually remaining in lead and winning it. Overwatch is built in a way where one late-game team fight can result in a turned game even though you were losing earlier.
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