Magomed “Collapse” Khalilov made his professional debut in 2020 with Cascade, before being recruited by Team Spirit manager Dmitry “Korb3n” Belov. However, 2021 turned out to be Collapse’s breakout year as his team won The International 2021 (TI10), with many voting Collapse as the most valuable player (MVP) at TI10. Additionally, Collapse gained popularity at TI10 due to his extraordinary Magnus gameplay at his first International.
For the fans of Collapse, here are some details on his hotkeys and in-game settings for Dota 2. While these might not be the optimal settings for every Dota 2 player, these can give players a general understanding of how professional players like Collapse customize their settings.
Collapse’s Dota 2 settings in 2022
Collapse uses a different setting for his hotkeys, as he uses the number keys for his basic and ultimate abilities instead of the classic “W.A.S.D”. He also used the “R” and “F” keys for any additional abilities.
Collapse uses the basic settings for his item hotkeys. However, he does not use Quickcast for his items. Here are the hotkeys:
Other basic hotkeys used for actions such as unit movement, shop, chat, interface, and control groups are listed below:
There are advanced options for certain aspects of the game such as ‘Directional Move’, ‘Scan’, ‘Glyph’ and other camera, interface, shop, and control groups. Here are the hotkeys that Collapse uses:
Despite not having Quickcast for his abilities and items, he has it available in his settings. This option is available under the ‘Hotkey Options’ on the right side of the Advanced Hotkeys tab.
Under the Options tab, Collapse has these aspects turned on.
Holding ALT Highlights Hero
Holding ALT shows Neutral Spawnboxes
Holding ALT shows Tower Attack Range
Display Names Over HealthBar – Hero Names
Unit query overrides hero control console
Show Queued Orders On the HUD
Here is the Advanced Options tab as per Collapse’s settings.
Following Team Spirit’s disappointing title defense at The International 2022 (TI11), Collapse has been taking a break from Dota 2 during the off-season. However, it is expected that Collapse will be staying with Team Spirit for the 2022/2023 Dota Pro Circuit season.