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Discussion The matchmaking system self. Hi i have been playing lol for a few yeaes niw and i dont really know how the matchmaking works. Has it changed recently?
The System do a few little things to nudge the Elo rating in the right direction when you start out so that people get where they need to get faster. Additionally, newer players gain and lose points more rapidly so that they are able to play in their skill level faster. Over time, this means that good players end up high rated because they do better than the system expects, until the system is guessing correctly how often they will win.
Zileas, the VP of game design, has made a detailed post on the matchmaking engine. Sign In Don't have an account? Contents [ show ]. Using demotion protection and promo helper, you can get a few extra lives in rare cases of not getting your preferred position for a few games or just being in a slump.
Ranked anxiety is real, and we know there can be a lot of pressure, so having meaningful progression that feels good should hopefully break down a few of those barriers. LP gains and losses are also based on your skill estimation compared to the players around you. If you take a break from playing for a bit, the MMRs of the people around you are still changing, and that can result in notably different LP gains when you return. This tends to slowly increase the average MMR at the high end of the ranked system.
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So when you come back from your hiatus, your MMR is right where you left it—but now the competition around you is even higher. We got pretty technical here, but we hope this provided a little more context into matchmaking in League. What other questions do you want answered? Where do you feel we can improve our systems? Let us know in the comments! This is the second post of a three-part update on matchmaking in League!
Read the rest below: How does matchmaking work? Matchmaking Real Talk — Answering some of the tough questions around matchmaking, and hopefully dispelling some myths along the way. Thank you for submitting a question!