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SPLITGATE RANKS EXPLAINED

John Dow
John Dow
Author CyberSport.io
6 min read
Every Portal fan has aspired to play Splitgate, a free-to-play shooter that nearly flawlessly combines the FPS principles with one of the most well-known Valve games. Although the Splitgate Ranking system is really fairly simple, don't worry; we've got you covered if you need help understanding it.
SPLITGATE RANKS EXPLAINED

Even though Splitgate includes a sizable number of game types, not all of them are accessible during ranked matches. Ranked Takedown and Ranked 4v4 are the ones you may queue up for to get Splitgate rankings and raise your likelihood of taking part in esports competitions or playing alongside select esports streamers.

 

WHAT MODES ARE AVAILABLE IN THE RANKING SYSTEM IN SPLITGATE?


There are a number of game options in Splitgate, however not all of them are accessible in Ranked play. Ranked Takedown and Ranked 4v4 are the ones that you may queue up for in order to get Splitgate rankings and improve your chances of competing in esports competitions or teaming up with certain esports streams.

 

SPLITGATE RANKS EXPLAINED

 

RANKED TAKEDOWN


The objective of this 3v3 game style is to get every member of the opposing team to die simultaneously. This implies that after being killed, a player will eventually respawn, and the timer for this increase with each death. The players will need to prevail in four of the match's seven rounds in order to win. Players start off in Ranked Takedown with a pistol and a carbine.

 

RANKED 4V4


Players will be thrown into a game that is played on one of the following modes in this ranking game mode:

 

  1. Players compete for control of three hills in ranked dominance. Each hill is worth one point each second to control, and the winner is the player who reaches 600 points first. Players start with a pistol and a carbine in ranked, and radar is turned off;
  2. King of the Hill, a randomly chosen site that changes during the match, is the goal of the game Ranked King of the Hill. The side with the most points at the conclusion of the game—which is determined by whose players control the hill—wins. Players start with a pistol and a carbine in ranked, and radar is turned off;
  3. Players score in ranked team deathmatches by eliminating members of the opposing team. Assists do not provide points, yet each kill does. The match is won by the first team reaching 50 kills. Players start with a pistol and a carbine in ranked, and radar is turned off.
     
SPLITGATE RANKS EXPLAINED

 

HOW DOES THE SPLITGATE RANKING SYSTEM WORK?


In the ranked game variants as discussed above, people with comparable Splitgate rankings are matched up in teams, and bots only join the match if a player disconnects (they take the place of the disconnected player).

 

The ELO score, which is given for doing well in the matches and winning them, is the basis for the ranking system. Of course, losing games may also diminish a player's ELO rating. Other types of progress, such as battle pass progress and player level, are not taken into account in the matchmaking assessment by the ELO rating system. There are many Ranked modes, each with a unique ELO score. Splitgate ranks based on ELO points:

 

No Rank – Unranked
Brass (0 – 999)
 

Bronze

  1. Bronze I (1,000 – 1,099)
  2. Bronze II (1,100 – 1,199)
  3. Bronze III (1,200 – 1,299)
  4. Bronze IV (1,300 – 1,399)
  5. Bronze V (1,400 – 1,499)
     

Silver

  1. Silver I (1,500 – 1,599)
  2. Silver II (1,600 – 1,699)
  3. Silver III (1,700 – 1,799)
  4. Silver IV (1,800 – 1,899)
  5. Silver V (1,900 – 1,999)
     

Gold

  1. Gold I (2,000 – 2,099)
  2. Gold II (2,100 – 2,199)
  3. Gold III (2,200 – 2,299)
  4. Gold IV (2,300 – 2,399)
  5. Gold V (2,400 – 2,499)
     

Platinum 

  1. Platinum I (2,500 – 2,599)
  2. Platinum II (2,600 – 2,699)
  3. Platinum III (2,700 – 2,799)
  4. Platinum IV (2,800 – 2,899)
  5. Platinum V (2,900 – 2,999)
     

Diamond 

  1. Diamond I (3,000 – 3,099)
  2. Diamond II (3,100 – 3,199)
  3. Diamond III (3,200 – 3,299)
  4. Diamond IV (3,300 – 3,399)
  5. Diamond V (3,400 – 3,499)
     

Master 

  1. Master I (3,500 – 3,599)
  2. Master II (3,600 – 3,699)
  3. Master III (3,700 – 3,799)
  4. Master IV (3,800 – 3,899)
  5. Master V (3,900 – 3,999)
     

Champion (4,000-5,000)

 

Although Splitgate does not yet provide any incentives for ranked play, it does allow you to unlock camo and get experience points.

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