Ranked 3's elo wtf????????????????

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Evolution929

Junior Member

05-11-2012

Ok, so we started our ranked 3's team and won our first four games, we go to play our with and its a hard game and we end up losing. after wards we look at the team we played agaisnt and they have played over 100 games and are ranked 1400........... we only had 4 wins why did we get matched againsnt them???


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Sakuroshin

Member

05-11-2012

The game is attemting to determin where you should be placed, during placement matches you will go against a wide variety of different elos to decide what skill level your at


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AO Alt

Senior Member

05-12-2012

1400 is just 200 higher than the 1200 you start at. And since you wont your 4 first, mm was trying to see if you belonged around 1400 or not.


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I Barricade I

Senior Member

05-12-2012

1200 +25 +25 +25 +25 = 1300 (rough), and you haven't lost yet so it matches you up. You're 4-0, for all the system knows you belong at 1900. Its gonna test you until you lose. Also, 3s queue has a lot less teams so you can get odd elo matchups, especially playing at odd times.


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sthorwall

Senior Member

05-26-2012

I miss something? Isn't ranked 3s starting point 1000 ELO?
One of my teams is 6-0 including a victory against a 1450 team, and we're at 1259.
Another of my teams is 7-2 and we're at 1158. A 5-2 team I'm part of is 1123.

(And when do I get a TT rating? lol. My personal record on ranked 3s is, I believe, 10-2.)


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Lorthix

Senior Member

05-26-2012

On your profile the 3v3 banner/rating thing is currently messed up (atleast for me) and doesn't show your actual highest rated team's rating. But as others said, when you win games in a row it starts to match you against higher ratings to better determine where your team actually belongs