Matchmaking/Seasonal Rankings

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Seasonal Rankings
 
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Seasonal Rankings represent the level of skill a player achieves in a single season, as determined by their matchmaking rating and other hidden factors. It is only available for ranked matches. Medals are reset at the end of each six-month season. The previous season's medal is displayed next to the new medal for the next season.

Calculation (Read this first!)

  • The exact calculation for earning medals is kept secret by Valve and may change over time.
  • This page reflects rough estimates based on community observations.
    • It is not unusual for your MMR to be a few hundred points from the MMR numbers listed below.
  • MMR is not the only factor in determining medal rank.
  • MMR will not always match their estimated medal.
  • Some players may have medals far above their MMR because:
    • Medals cannot decrease in rank even if they lose many games.
    • The player may have multiple Steam accounts.
    • The system remembers and judges player performance based on their peak skill level, not their current skill level. This is a common mechanism in competitive games used to combat smurfs and intentional derankers.
  • Medals are earned based on the highest skill level obtained during the season and will not decrease for the remainder of the season.
  • Both solo and party ranked MMR is considered when determining medal ranks. Solo MMR plays a larger role.
  • Please discuss any proposed changes on the talk page.

Medals

  • As of now, season two's MMR estimates are highly speculative. Please add your input on our talk page.
Herald
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~0 MMR
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~160 MMR
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~320 MMR
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~480 MMR
SeasonalRank1-5.png
~640 MMR


Guardian
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~800 MMR
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~960 MMR
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~1120 MMR
SeasonalRank2-4.png
~1280 MMR
SeasonalRank2-5.png
~1440 MMR


Crusader
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~1600 MMR
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~1760 MMR
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~1920 MMR
SeasonalRank3-4.png
~2080 MMR
SeasonalRank3-5.png
~2240 MMR


Archon
SeasonalRank4-1.png
~2400 MMR
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~2560 MMR
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~2720 MMR
SeasonalRank4-4.png
~2880 MMR
SeasonalRank4-5.png
~3040 MMR


Legend
SeasonalRank5-1.png
~3200 MMR
SeasonalRank5-2.png
~3360 MMR
SeasonalRank5-3.png
~3520 MMR
SeasonalRank5-4.png
~3680 MMR
SeasonalRank5-5.png
~3840 MMR


Ancient
SeasonalRank6-1.png
~4000 MMR
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~4160 MMR
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~4320 MMR
SeasonalRank6-4.png
~4480 MMR
SeasonalRank6-5.png
~4640 MMR


Divine
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~4800 MMR
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~4960 MMR
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~5120 MMR
SeasonalRank7-4.png
~5280 MMR
SeasonalRank7-5.png
~5440 MMR

Leaderboard medals

  • Players who make it onto the regional Leaderboards will earn Immortal medals, with their rank displayed beneath the medal.
  • All Immortal medals have a sparkling particle effect in-game.
Immortal
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Placed
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Top 1000
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Top 100
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Top 10
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Top 1

Seasons

Season Duration
Season 1 2017/11/22 – 2018/06/05
Season 2 2018/06-06 – 20??/??/??

Update history

Patch
Description
  • Season one ended.
  • Season two starts.
  • Added new medals for leaderboards.
  • Changed rankings from 0–5 stars to 1–5 stars.
  • Player activity feed now displays when a medal is earned.
  • Ancient ranks can now be earned through party matchmaking.
  • Updated icons.
  • Added top rankings icons.
  • Feature added.

See also

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