ELO classifications?

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whatataco

Senior Member

08-12-2012

Can anyone tell me the ELO in 5 divisions?

For example, 500 or less = Not so smart and

2500+ = Pro.

Etc.

Much appreciated!


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WeasuhL

Senior Member

08-12-2012

500 or less = You trolled to get there or you shouldn't be playing ranked.
500-100 = sometimes you get unlucky with teammates, dedicate yourself to climb out.
1k-1500= still a lot of trolls, but you can get some decent games.
1500-2k = should be very competitive, everyone trying to win/knows what they're doing.
2k+ = very fun games. streamed quite often. you have a chance to play with some pro's.


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whatataco

Senior Member

08-12-2012

Thanks


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WeasuhL

Senior Member

08-12-2012

anytime! It's just an opinion though. & add me if you'd like to play!


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ADC SENPAl

Senior Member

08-13-2012

This is how I (personally) classify, (I currently sit at 1800)

1200 and below - Not the greatest and are trying to learn/Bad
1250 - Brand new to ranked
1300-1500 Beginning to grasp concepts and improving
1600-1800 Starting to "settle in" and get better quicker, decent. (Mid tier)
1900-2200 "Semi Pro Tier" Good players, smart play/good understanding (Top Tier)
2300+ Top of solo que, most on pro teams, the best of the best. (World Class Tier)

Keep in mind, it also depends on how many games the people have played. If you have only played 200 ranked games and sit at 2100, compared to someone who has 1000 ranked games and sits at 2100, the person with the most games has proven his consistency, the more games you play the more accurate your ELO will become. For example, someone like Azingy who has over 4000 ranked games still sits at 2400+ ELO which is extremely impressive.


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Flagrock

Senior Member

08-13-2012

1100 and below: You are in the depths of "ELO HELL". Try to claw your way back out
1100-1250: just started ranked (that's where you're placed) and the edge of the "elo hell"
1250-1500: Decent players learning how to counter-pick and casual players (Little above average players)
1500-1800: Good players that are trying to be very competitive and work their way to "pro"
1800-2000: Very skilled players just under the pro level. Very competitive trying to get to to that +2000 level
2000 and up: People who are good enough to play and make ranked teams as alternates, or even part of the line-up.


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trackmaster

Senior Member

08-13-2012

900 or less: I have no idea, but I'm pretty sure no one knows what a ward is and you might eventually see an AD leblanc.

900-1050: Many mistakes are made in the game. If you hold yourself to no major mistakes and a handful of minor ones you should win often. Games are over by 10 minutes or can last over an hour based on if a team can play mistake free for a teamfight.

1050-1350: Few major mistakes are made. Good plays win games and keeping minor mistakes down help you win. Games are 25-40 minutes almost every time. People don't call a specific champ, just a role. Most average players are here.

This ends my personal knowledge, but this is what I believe goes on higher up.

1350-1700: Good players who make as many minor errors as great plays.
1700- 2000: Very good players that almost never make errors, but can't quite capitalize on having someone just out of position like a pro.
2000+: Elo means very little here. Focus shifts to premade teams.