Rank Distribution in Rocket League – Current Season

Thanks for connecting again with HD Gamers, today we will give you all the important facts about Rocket league rank distribution in 2020.

The new rank distribution for Rocket League is now available on Reddit in its 13th season. This new classification applies from December 2019 and will remain until March 2020.

In this article we are going to give you all the details about the new classification, we will disarm the available information so that you understand the complete picture. You will also find curious data that we have come across throughout the analysis, such as; The rarest rank you can get is “Grand Champion” in 3v3 duels.

Range Distribution (3v3) Standard:

 

Rocket league rank distribution

In this table you can see the percentiles that correspond to each rank within Rocket League for 3vs3 in the new season number 13:

  • Bronze 1
Top 100.0%
  • Bronze 2
Top 99.0%
  • Bronze 3
Top 97.3%
  • Silver 1
Top 94.3%
  • Silver 2
Top 89.4%
  • Silver 3
Top 82.7%
  • Gold 1
Top 74.9%
  • Gold 2
Top 66.1%
  • Gold 3
Top 57.4%
  • Platinum 1
Top 47.1%
  • Platinum 2
Top 37.4%
  • Platinum 3
Top 29.5%
  • Diamond 1
Top 23.2%
  • Diamond 2
Top 17.5%
  • Diamond 3
Top 12.8%
  • Champion 1
Top 8.0%
  • Champion 2
Top 4.2%
  • Champion 3
Top 2.0%
  • Grand Champion
Top 0.7%

 

As we discussed at the beginning of the article, the lowest percentile of all the new ranks is that of Grand Champion for standard 3vs3 battles.

Range distribution for (2v2)

 

rocket league distribution range

With this table you can verify which world elite you belong to according to your rank in 2vs2 for 2020 :

  • Bronze 1
Top 100.0%
  • Bronze 2
Top 95.9%
  • Bronze 3
Top 90.8%
  • Silver 1
Top 84.0%
  • Silver 2
Top 75.9%
  • Silver 3
Top 67.4%
  • Gold 1
Top 59.3%
  • Gold 2
Top 51.4%
  • Gold 3
Top 44.4%
  • Platinum 1
Top 36.3%
  • Platinum 2
Top 29.0%
  • Platinum 3
Top 23.0%
  • Diamond 1
Top 18.1%
  • Diamond 2
Top 13.7%
  • Diamond 3
Top 10.2%
  • Champion 1
Top 6.5%
  • Champion 2
Top 3.7%
  • Champion 3
Top 1.8%
  • Great Champion
Top 0.8%

 

Rank distribution (1v1)

 

rocket league distribution range

In this table you can see the percentiles that correspond to each rank within Rocket League in the new season number 13 for the solitary battle (1vs1):

  • Bronze 1
Top 100.00%
  • Bronze 2
Top 98.5%
  • Bronze 3
Top 93.7%
  • Silver1
Top 85.7%
  • Silver 2
Top 74.3%
  • Silver 3
Top 61.6%
  • Gold 1
Top 49.3%
  • Gold 2
Top 37.5%
  • Gold 3
Top 27.8%
  • Platinum 1
Top 20.3%
  • Platinum 2
Top 14.2%
  • Platinum 3
Top 9.8%
  • Diamond 1
Top 6.7%
  • Diamond 2
Top 4.4%
  • Diamond 3
Top 2.8%
  • Champion 1
Top 1.8%
  • Champion 2
Top 0.9%
  • Champion 3
Top 0.3%
  • Grand Champion
Top 0.1%

Advice to rank up in Rocket League

Remember that leveling up is just one aspect of the game that determines how good you have become playing. It also has a lot to do with your playing time. Not always a player who is in levels above yours will be better than you.

When we look at the statistics of the tournaments and events we can see that there are great differences in level between the winners or the users who had outstanding participations.

So as a first recommendation, don’t pay too much attention to this detail, if you focus on improving your game the rank increases will come alone as you spend more hours on Rocket League.

The greatest example can be seen in high-ranking battles on 3vs3. In these types of events the supposedly elite players, top 10, usually lose easily against anyone within the top 100 of the Rocket League. In conclusion when it comes to battles and events, the ranges don’t matter, as long as they are segments that are close,

So the range doesn’t matter at all? Usually among non-professional players, rank is what determines how good your skills are. Also, who are we kidding, ranking up is always a motivation to improve within the game.

The best advice we can give you for rank advancement is to review tutorials according to your current level. If you are just starting out and still belong to silver or bronze, then you should still be struggling to correct common mistakes.

Don’t look for the most advanced tutorials until you’ve polish your game completely. The best way to level up is to overcome the classic mistakes that all your opponents will make within your range.

So do not worry if you are in a low rank, making mistakes, or if you are looking to enter a championship, focus on your own progress instead of obsessing about the distribution of ranks.

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