In Rainbow Six: Siege your Matchmaking Rating (MMR) is based on your skill level in-game. When you matchmake in-game, the system will pair you with a team in a similar MMR range as you. You have two MMR scores in-game depending on the type of match: Quick and Unranked.
How does MMR work in siege?
MMR changes are based on: The relative skill levels of the players/teams in the game. Whether or not the player won the match. Large skill difference between teams has a dramatic outcome based on who won the match as per the previous Hibana/Pulse example.
What is the MMR difference in siege?
Your MMR also fluctuates based on the skill level of your opponents. If you beat higher-skilled players than you, youll see a bigger uplift in your MMR. If you lose against higher-skilled players, youll see a smaller decrease, and vice versa.
What is MMR change in Rainbow Six Siege?
The MMR system in Rainbow Six: Siege is automatic and cannot be modified by players or our Customer Support teams. Several things can affect your MMR, such as: Whether you win or lose a match. The skill difference between teams during a match.
How much MMR is gold3?
What Are the MMR Tiers in Rainbow Six Siege?RankMMRSilver II2,400Silver I2,500Gold III2,600Gold II2,80019 more rows•17 Jul 2020