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Something I can't test but am curious about

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Millouis

Senior Member

02-10-2013

Considering a player who was unranked before the league system came in, considering the results of his provisional matches, what division/tier is he placed in? It was easy to calculate on the old system but now I don't know. If I get the info I intend to make a small chart, like, for example:

0/10 - Bronze V
5/5 - Silver III


I know those 2 only bcuz of a friend who's terrible and went 0/10, and I got 5/5 on pbe and went silver III. On the normal servers I'm 7/2 right now and I'm wondering how much will this next win/defeat change it. Will I be gold V if I get 8/2? (Before it would be gold with that score, idk now)

I'm wondering about each and every of the 11 possible results (from 0/10 to 10/0). If you never played ranked before this system and you remember where you've been placed after the first 10 and what was your score, please let me know.


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Cyraknoss

Senior Member

02-10-2013

PBE tuning is different from live. If you go 5/5 on live you'll pop out Silver 5 or Silver 4 depending on the quality of players you were against.


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namora

Senior Member

02-11-2013

I think that MMR is still used for overall placement. So you'll be matched up with people around your MMR still. don't quote me on it, but that's my best guess. I never entirely understood the previous system, so I can't really properly relate the two.


~Summoner namora, of the lowercase.


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ploki122

Senior Member

02-11-2013

I think 10/0 may throw you into Gold V, but 8/2 is def Silver I, and I wouldn't be surprised if 9/1 is too.


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Millouis

Senior Member

02-12-2013

Quote:
namora:
I think that MMR is still used for overall placement. So you'll be matched up with people around your MMR still. don't quote me on it, but that's my best guess. I never entirely understood the previous system, so I can't really properly relate the two.


~Summoner namora, of the lowercase.

But someone who never played ranked before doesn't have a ranked MMR.


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Millouis

Senior Member

02-12-2013

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ploki122:
I think 10/0 may throw you into Gold V, but 8/2 is def Silver I, and I wouldn't be surprised if 9/1 is too.

I just heard from someone else they got Silver I from 7/3. So I believe 9/1 might be Gold V just like 10/0.


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Millouis

Senior Member

02-12-2013

7/3 got me to Silver IV, wtf Riot? On the old elo system I'd be almost gold. (Considering 1250 + 35 + 35 + 35 +35 + 35 + 35 + 35 - 35 - 35 - 35 = 1380. That'd be Silver II or III but not IV I believe.)


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Esreal

Recruiter

04-04-2013

1380 would be like silver 2 since i was 1340 elo ~ pre season and i ended up in silver 2 ( now silver 3 )


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