Rocket League Ranks: Ranking System Explained

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Considering the widespread popularity of Rocket League as an esport, the community is constantly trying to climb Rocket League ranks. With its own ranked system, allowing players to climb different ladders based on their preference, this featured page explains what you need to know about the Rocket League rankings system extensively.

Rocket League Ranks Divisions

Before diving into the Rocket League ranks, it’s essential to understand that competitive Rocket League can be played in several ways in the Rocket League ranking system:

  • 3v3 – Standard
  • 2v2 – Doubles
  • 1v1 – Duels

While the mainstream esport and esports betting involves 3v3 Standard matches, ranked matches are also available for 1v1 Duels and 2v2 Doubles. The other casual modes of play do not involve ranked options.

This approach is implemented considering how differently the games play with varying numbers of players in terms of boost availability, individual influence and team play. Therefore, an individual will have a separate rank for each game mode after playing the requirement placement matches for each mode.

Rocket League Rankings: Lowest to Highest

Rocket League Ranks - Ranking System Explained
Image Credits: Psyonix

Rocket League ranks range from Bronze up to Supersonic Legend in the following order, with the best Rocket League players at the top:

  • Bronze
  • Silver
  • Gold
  • Platinum
  • Diamond
  • Champion
  • Grand Champion
  • Supersonic Legend

To climb up from Bronze to Supersonic Legend, you’ll need to improve your Rocket League Ranks MMR (matchmaking rank). Factors influencing your MMR earned and lost after each game in the Rocket League ranking system include:

  • Your score at the end of the match
  • The opponents’ score at the end of the match
  • Opponents’ MMR
  • Overall wins and losses

For each rank, there are four divisions except for Supersonic Legend, which is one division. From lowest to highest there are Division I, II, III and IV. As you can imagine, Rocket League odds favour those ranked higher.

Rocket League Ranks MMR

Let’s visualize what the Rocket League rankings look like by taking a look at the statistics – this includes the rank, each division and the respective MMR and percentage of players thanks to Rocket League Tracker:

Rank & Percentage Division I (MMR) Division II (MMR) Division III (MMR) Division IV (MMR)
Supersonic Legend (0.12%1,348 — 1,502---
Grand Champion III (0.11%) 1,281 — 1,2981,300 — 1,3171,326 — 1,3351,337 — 1,349
Grand Champion II (0.18%) 1,235 — 1,2381,240 — 1,2521,259 — 1,2751,277 — 1,293
Grand Champion I (0.34%) 1,175 — 1,1781,180 — 1,1881,198 — 1,2141,217 — 1,230
Champion III (0.63%)1,115 — 1,1181,120 — 1,1341,138 — 1,1541,157 — 1,171
Champion II (1.16%)1,055 — 1,0581,060 — 1,0691,078 — 1,0941,097 — 1,114
Champion I (2.24%)995 — 9981,000 — 1,0121,018 — 1,0311,037 — 1,051
Diamond III (3.91%) 935 — 938 940 — 957 958 — 974 977 — 994
Diamond II (6.91%) 875 — 878 879 — 897 898 — 916 917 — 931
Diamond I (11.45%) 815 — 818 819 — 837 838 — 856 857 — 873
Platinum III (15.79%) 755 — 758 759 — 777 778 — 796 797 — 814
Platinum II (18.46%) 695 — 698 699 — 717 718 — 736 737 — 754
Platinum I (16.00%) 635 — 638 639 — 657 658 — 676 677 — 694
Gold III (10.61%)575 — 578 579 — 597 598 — 616 617 — 634
Gold II (6.30%)515 — 518 519 — 537 538 — 556 557 — 574
Gold I (3.25%)455 — 458 459 — 477 478 — 496 497 — 514
Silver III (1.49%)395 — 398 400 — 417 418 — 436 437 — 454
Silver II (0.64%)335 — 338 341 — 357 362 — 375 377 — 394
Silver I (0.26%)275 — 278 280 — 297 301 — 315 317 — 334
Bronze III (0.10%) 213 — 218 221 — 236 240 — 256 257 — 272
Bronze II (0.04%) 157 — 157 168 — 175 184 — 193 199 — 214
Bronze I (0.01%) 112 — 112 121 — 121 120 — 139 -

At the top Rocket League esports tournaments, open qualifiers are typically open for the highest ranked players.

In-Game Ranking System

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Image Credit: Psyonix

Beyond the ranked system, here’s a look at the in-game Rocket League ranking system:

  • Rookie – levels 1-9
  • Semi-Pro – levels 10-19
  • Pro – levels 20-29
  • Veteran – levels 30-39
  • Expert – levels 40-49
  • Masters – levels 50-59
  • Legend – levels 60-73
  • Rocketeer – levels 74 above

Do these levels reflect skill? No, not necessarily, they simply indicate how much time an individual has spent playing the game and earning in-game experience and not their Rocket League rankings.

Frequently Asked Questions

How to earn your rank in Rocket League?

Initially, to earn your rank one needs to play ten placement games. From your average performance, Psyonix will place you in a suitable rank. Climbing or falling in the rank system is based on earning or losing MMR.

When does the rank system reset?

Every few months, the competitive season resets to keep things fresh and to also integrate new changes. This involves restarting with placement matches (up to 10 depending on how often you play).

What is the highest rank in Rocket League?

Supersonic Legend was created in 2020 to crown the top 0.12% of all players.
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