||11-16-2012 05:47 AM
Originally Posted by ExecutionerKen
Your elo gain is depend on your team's elo vs the enemy team's elo
The only factor other than that rule will be the amount of games you have played in ranked.
aka, the game that you won you probably have enemy with really low elo compare to your team.
Then shouldn't the matchmaking system NOT MATCH MY TEAM with that team? Because it is completely unfair to me and my team. If we lose, we lose a **** ton of elo, if we win we gain ****. Just because that team had less ELO than us, doesn't mean they are incapable of beating us. There are plenty of skilled players at lower ELOs and plenty of crappy players at higher ones.
I should not see a HUGE flux in ELO gains based on enemy elo level. The matchmaker system should be matching me with teams that will keep ELO gains relatively consistent. I know last season I ended up with like 15 wins that got me 6 elo. So it would take two wins to = 1 loss. I never lost a game and only lost 6 elo.
Very frustrated wtih the inconsistency here.