Matchmaking without Russians? There is a way!.

Matchmaking without Russians? There is a way! And it’s legal, approved by Valve and Steam! Eventually it will be possible to turn on voice communication without the need for annoyance.

Think how many times you have played a Counter-Strike: Global Offensive tournament match when your team had a toxic player who turned out to be “Ruthenian” who knows no other language but Russian. It irritated you?

Matchmaking without Russians?  There is a way!

Matchmaking without Russians? There is a way!

The MM Server Picker program was created by a user – maddad – who uploaded his application to Gamebanana.com, and then it was quickly and efficiently disseminated on the Internet. Valve fully accepted it, and information about the program also appeared in official CS: GO guides on Steam. MM Server Picker does not affect game files, hence? The game does not treat this as a cheat, as it is a program that sets the region we want to play on. Such a system, only built-in, has DOTA 2.

How to install MM Server Picker?

1. Download the MM Server Picker application

Matchmaking without Russians?  There is a way!

2. Unpack the downloaded program

3. We run the Matchmaking Server Picker application as an administrator

Matchmaking without Russians?  There is a way!

4. Refresh the servers with the button

5. We choose the region of interest – we recommend: , and

Matchmaking without Russians?  There is a way!

6. Click the accept button

7. We enter the game and enjoy the game in a specific region!

We can additionally check the status of servers by pressing a button

Matchmaking without Russians?  There is a way!

For your information, we DO NOT have anything against players from Russia, because some of them are very friendly, can cooperate, can communicate in English or even in Polish, but there are also so-called toxic players that hinder ranked play. And choosing a region will reduce the likelihood of a toxic player appearing in matchmaking. Of course, there is no 100% certainty that such players will be excluded, as many also live in Europe.