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What is ADR in CS2 & How To Improve It?

Counter-Strike 2 is one of the most competitive esports in the world, with players constantly looking for ways to improve while also increasing their Premier Rating in the game.

If you’re a CS2 player, there are a lot of metrics you can use to determine your impact at the end of a game. One of them is ADR, which is the primary determining factor of your impact in any CS2 game.

The higher the ADR a player has in CS2, the more impactful that player has been in that specific game. Players who can rock consistently high ADR can easily find themselves soaring through the rank divisions of CS2.

But what is ADR in CS2? And more importantly, what can you do to improve it?

What is ADR in CS2?

ADR in CS2 is short for Average Damage per Round. To put it simply, it indicates how much damage the player has dealt on average throughout the game.

Needless to say, players should be looking to maximize their overall ADR in CS2 if they’re looking to rank up and improve their Premier Rating.

How To Check ADR in CS2

The ADR of all the players is highlighted at the end of every competitive game in CS2 towards the top left of their player card.

On top of that, players can easily check their ADR mid-game by pressing the TAB key on their keyboard to open the scoreboard and then pressing the alt-fire key (right-click) to reveal the ADR tab.

How To Improve ADR in CS2

There are several steps you can take to improve your ADR in CS2. For starters, you can train your aim and learn to consistently hit headshots to increase your damage.

If you already have a decent aim for your rank, you have to learn utility usage and consistently dish out good chunks of damage using your nades and mollies. You can also learn pop-flashes to get easy kills on blind enemies and get a significant boost to your ADR.

Lastly, work on your positioning as a CT, and your executes as a T. By doing so, you’ll be able to get more frags and consequently improve your overall ADR.

That’s everything you need to know about how to check your ADR in CS2. If you’re looking for ways to practice your utility usage, including nades and smoke lineups, be sure to read our detailed guide on practice commands and configs.

Sonu Banerjee
Sonu Banerjeehttp://www.talkesport.com
A fervent gamer and an eSports enthusiast. Loves reading, watching movies and playing games of all sorts.
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