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Im the kind of player that checks the KDA of team mates and enemy players mostly before but sometimes after games as ive simply noticed that its important information. Last season i did consistently well, extremely rarely the weight and did a lot of carrying however im not diamond enough to carry every game and continue to focus on improving and accept some games you cant win. I finished silver with my minor grind and would mostly play duo with a gold, so played mostly with and against gold players. Either gold silver and bronze are the same thing or a lot of people get carried to gold. Anyway, i would analyse my losses and noticed that the lanes that dont do well tend to have low kdas and lose to higher kda players. Im not suggesting KDA is a decider by any means, but if i have a 4 KDA on my mid against a 2 KDA, im extremely confident that team mate will at the very least not feed immensely. I then noticed that when i would lose, the other team had a better average kda nearly every time and realised if me and my friend who both bounce between a 3 – 4 kda and keep games from ending at the 20 min mark have 3 other team mates with 2kdas, against a full team of 2.

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Theres no working general skill measuring system. I definitely say that KDA doesnt define a good player tho. It’d be great if riot actually told us HOW exactly is the current normal matchmaking system working as for ranked, we all get to read the ELO system and know it’s flaws so that we can try to find it’s weak spots and think of something better. Ofc this would be vulnerable to abuse if so called overseers just didnt like ur face or smth, but that can be reduced by carefully picked ppl for the job.

Also those overseers would have to be able to join any rating game obviously or lower elo ratings wouldnt profit much from that. As I said, theres always room for abuse, but it would be better than current situation.

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Comment below rating threshold, click here to show it. Bootes Yeah, yeah And they’ll never argue logically: Correct me if i’m wrong but I guess you are also atm complainig about matchmaking itself and you are not the ones who present ideas at all. Noone needs “answers” like that. As I said its not about “noobs rating noobs” or something like that. We all do know that there is a lot of queue dodging so cmon and give me your ideas.

And some people have a quite flat learning curve you know. As stated here this possible rating would not be something to replace matchmaking but to help you see whom you’re about to play with. I’ve had a game recently with a long time idle olaf and a rage-quit-mordekaiser. After the game we lost we’d give these 2 guys negative ratings. And I did not dl LoL cuz I want to waste my life.

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There are also separate Elos for each different competitive ranked queue. Only ranked queues display the skill value. For the Smite game, we have made the following modifications: We only keep a skill on the player not by god since matchmaking does not know ahead of time what god will be selected.

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Originally posted by No Regerts: But, if you can’t hit a speed shark, you obviously don’t understand what will help you do so I wonder what splitting rounds do I never wrote anything about struggling to hit sharks. Go be toxic somewhere else, I don’t need your condescending crap on random things you imagination told you about my persona. I know and understand pretty much all guns and upgrades, at least to the extent they are explained in the game.

EA Filed Patents for Online Matchmaking Algorithms, Focusing on Player Engagement

Last March, EA also filed two different patents for the same purposes. The concept is not a new one and has been toyed with for years, although EA is attempting to patent a specific version of this system with their own innovations. The second patent is much more complex but potentially problematic.

Oxygen discusses Heroes of the Storm’s newly announced performance-based matchmaking system and why it may prove to be problematic. One of the biggest changes announced at BlizzCon was the introduction of the performance-based matchmaking system for ranked game modes in Heroes of the Storm. Unfortunately, players quickly found out how flawed the system was upon receiving seemingly unjustified penalties to their MMR despite perceived strong performance, and ultimately figured out how to game the system to maximise their gains by exhibiting counterintuitive in-game behaviour.

Not one but two placement match history resets have now been performed. Blizzard claimed that the issues were not related to the new performance-based matchmaking system, but the system in question has been disabled for three days at the time of writing. They need all the help they can get. The system works since, all things being equal, a player will win more games than they lose over the long run if their skill is higher than other players at the same rank.

But, in general players need to be groomed into being able to look at the larger, statistically-significant picture. If you consistently perform well and are never the cause for losses, you will rise. This means that if you can maintain an approximate

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A lot of people are being placed in a too high skill rank because their KDA has no influence on the qualifying matches. The problem of not having KDA influence in the qualifying matches is that if low skilled players match up with higher skilled players they will be placed in a high division. This causes the higher division pools to be mixed with bad players which makes the matchmaking experience unfair and frustrating for both high and low skilled players, Matches are being lost because actual higher skilled players are being teamed up with bad players causing them to lose the match and possibly lose points towards their next rank.

The lower skilled players will also get a poor matchmaking experience since they are being stomped on and get outplayed by the higher skilled players.

KDA What the heck is this site? Basically, it’s a response to all the whining that goes on when choosing teams in the Kings of Regicide lunchtime games. I just couldn’t take it anymore. How does it work? Using the Halo 5 API , scripts harvest game data for each of the people you see to the left. It only looks at custom games with a minimum amount of players on certain maps. This information is stored in a database.

The program you’re using now calls the information from that database, because the H5 API is limited and throttled. For matchmaking, it takes into account your last five games on that particular map and averages those performances for an expected ‘game. For a given team score, it adds all the kills from those team members, the deaths from the other team’s members, and divides by 2. This gives the predicted game score. It picks a match based on the lowest game score differential.

EA Filed Patents for Online Matchmaking Algorithms, Focusing on Player Engagement

Matchmaking has too much of an impact on the outcome of ranked games and needs to be fixed ASAP. So, I turn my attention to mid to shut down the enemy Ziggs, ping our midlaner that I am coming, and go ham on the Ziggs. Mildly baffled by the outcome of the fight I decide to look up the Swain-player on op. So, my team has me S3 , one more S3 guy, one S4 and then these two unranked and very inexperienced players that will unfortunately end up in very low bronze.

Calculating the MMR[ edit edit source ] An individual player’s Matchmaking Rating MMR is primarily determined by the amount of games that player wins versus how many the player loses. When you win a game, your MMR goes up, while the opposite is true for when you lose. If on the other hand your team lost the game, but you performed very well you would receive a positive PA, but you would still lose MMR overal. Therefore winning or losing a game is the most important factor of the system.

The algorithm that determines your performance uses 20 different factors, among them siege damage, hero damage, KDA, EXP soakes, CC time but also many others that are not publicly known. Those factors are used to tell how a particular player in a particular situation is doing. At the end of the process you receive a number between 0 and 1 that rates your performance, 0.

By looking at these stats across the entire player base, the system can see which stats are most important for effective play and create a data-driven model of what the most highly-skilled players are doing in any given situation. Illidan has a fairly high skill ceiling, though, so we expect there to be a sizeable difference in all of those stats between a highly-skilled Illidan and an average one. Instead, the biggest thing that sets apart a highly skilled Kerrigan is how effective they are in landing crowd control effects, so the system would put a larger emphasis on this stat for Kerrigan players.

Instead, it is measuring how players are playing in particular situations in order to determine which stats are most important to highly skilled play. The performance-based aspect of the system will be disabled initially when a new hero launches or after a hero receives a major rework to allow the system to gather the data it needs to make performance comparisons. During this period, the system will effectively work like it used to with MMR adjustment based on win or loss.

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