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Liquipedia Rating: Current

From Liquipedia Rocket League Wiki

Explanation[edit]

What is it?[edit]

Our main goal was to create a rating of all the teams that is based purely on data and therefore not subjective. The rating should reflect the current form of a team and make it possible to rank teams accordingly. In addition we also want it to be able to do this across regions with at least somewhat precise results. This is where LPRating comes in!

How does it work?[edit]

There are a lot of rating algorithms out there with probably the most prominent one being Elo. Elo was developed by Arpad Elo in 1960 to create an objective rating algorithm for the US chess federation USCF. It proved to be so successful that it was subsequently used worldwide. So, is LPRating just another iteration of Elo?

A little bit, but not quite.

Elo is a really interesting algorithm which fits for a lot of sports, but for numerous reasons, it doesn't fully work for Rocket League:

  • Elo is so accurate because so many players are ranked. Rocket League in comparison has a very limited number of teams that are consistently playing matches and appear in our database. Mostly RLCS, RLRS and some bubble teams from each region, but nothing compared to 360,000+ in chess rating.
  • Elo needs teams to play each other often and needs enough matches across skill gaps and regions. In Rocket League, especially cross regional tournaments are rare.
  • Elo is based on the assumption that a contenders skill is fairly constant, at least over short periods of time. In Rocket League, form can drastically change quickly. Even daily form can make the difference of a low tier team beating the higher tier one.
  • Elo always has even win- and loss-modifiers, which means that every point gained by a team is the loss of another one. Looking at Rocket League, this would create a problem for teams in Premier tournaments like RLCS. If the rating is designed to react to form fast, teams could potentially lose a lot of points during a season to allow gains for in form teams - but a team going 1-6 in RLCS is still probably top 10 in their region.

Considering these constraints, we made several changes to the Elo-Alogrithm to allow rating Rocket League in a more accurate fashion, which all come together as the LPRating.

Which results are included?[edit]

The LPRating includes all matches on Liquipedia, starting from September 2017. All tiers besides show match are included, but higher tiers like S-Tier (RLCS, ELEAGUE) and A-Tier (RLRS, DreamHack) are given more weight.

Recent Updates[edit]

2020[edit]

  • April 6th: The rating algorithm has been updated. About details, find out more here.
  • April 26th: Fixed a bug that caused teams gaining 2.5x the intended points for winning major matches (including the RLSS), adjusted some tournament weights
  • October 26th: Fixed a bug that caused teams to lose too many points for losses at S-Tier tournaments
  • December 17th: Disabled global rating, as comparability between regions is lacking caused by the current absence of LANs

2021[edit]

  • March 30th: Included tier2 data for Weeklies, Monthlies and Qualifiers

The Rating[edit]

To see the details, you can visit the details pages of each region: EUNAOCESAM

There are currently issues with the LPRating that are being investigated

#Team
LPR
REG
STR
30D
1
2920
EU
4W
-
2
2735
EU
2L
-
3
2623
EU
3W
-
4
2570
EU
-
-
5
2559
EU
2L
-
6
2495
EU
23W
New
7
2337
EU
4L
▲17
8
2226
EU
3W
▲1
9
2175
EU
3W
▲31
10
2168
EU
-
-
11
2133
EU
-
▲1
12
2128
EU
2L
▲1
13
2094
EU
3W
▼2
14
2081
EU
-
▼7
15
2070
EU
2L
▼1
16
2059
EU
6L
New
17
2052
EU
3L
-
18
2007
EU
2L
▼2
19
1976
EU
2W
▲8
20
1971
EU
-
▼2
21
1929
EU
2L
▼1
22
1921
EU
2L
▼3
23
1914
EU
-
New
24
1899
EU
4W
▼3
25
1846
EU
2W
▼2
26
1836
EU
-
▼4
27
1815
EU
2L
▼2
28
1800
EU
3W
▼2
29
1790
EU
2L
▼1
30
1785
EU
3W
▼1
31
1741
EU
-
▼1
32
1702
EU
-
▲2
33
1686
EU
-
▼1
34
1666
EU
-
▼3
35
1649
EU
2L
New
36
1608
EU
-
▼1
37
1606
EU
2L
▲1
38
1606
EU
3L
▲1
39
1596
EU
-
▼3
40
1586
EU
2L
New
#Team
LPR
REG
STR
30D
1
3134
NA
6W
-
2
2821
NA
-
▲2
3
2794
NA
2L
-
4
2779
NA
-
▼2
5
2628
NA
-
▲14
6
2611
NA
6L
▼1
7
2508
NA
2L
-
8
2491
NA
-
▲1
9
2443
NA
3L
▼3
10
2427
NA
-
-
11
2388
NA
-
▲5
12
2352
NA
3L
▼4
13
2341
NA
-
▲2
14
2319
NA
2L
▼1
15
2298
NA
-
▲2
16
2288
NA
3L
▼5
17
2270
NA
2L
▼3
18
2250
NA
4L
▼6
19
2147
NA
4W
▼1
20
2101
NA
-
▲4
21
2037
NA
3L
New
22
2010
NA
-
▲1
23
1982
NA
2L
▼2
24
1887
NA
3L
▲1
25
1796
NA
2L
▲2
26
1776
NA
5W
▲8
27
1759
NA
2L
▲3
28
1723
NA
-
▲3
29
1685
NA
-
▲3
30
1685
NA
2L
▼4
31
1676
NA
4L
▲2
32
1646
NA
-
▲4
33
1628
NA
-
▲4
34
1616
NA
-
▲4
35
1547
NA
-
▲5
36
1532
NA
4L
▲3
37
1518
NA
-
New
38
1510
NA
2L
New
39
1509
NA
-
New
40
1484
NA
-
▼12
#Team
LPR
REG
STR
30D
1
2513
OCE
-
-
2
2500
OCE
2L
-
3
2447
OCE
3W
New
4
2346
OCE
6W
▼1
5
2289
OCE
-
▼1
6
2215
OCE
2L
▼1
7
1983
OCE
-
-
8
1972
OCE
-
-
9
1940
OCE
4L
▲1
10
1937
OCE
3W
New
11
1891
OCE
2L
▼5
12
1842
OCE
-
New
13
1764
OCE
2L
▲2
14
1756
OCE
3L
▲4
15
1713
OCE
3L
▲1
16
1703
OCE
2L
New
17
1694
OCE
3L
▲5
18
1669
OCE
3L
▲2
19
1663
OCE
-
▲2
20
1606
OCE
-
▲4
21
1597
OCE
-
New
22
1495
OCE
4L
New
#Team
LPR
REG
STR
30D
1
2564
SAM
7W
New
2
2515
SAM
2L
▼1
3
2358
SAM
2L
New
4
2222
SAM
-
▲1
5
2090
SAM
-
▼3
6
2047
SAM
4L
▼3
7
2044
SAM
-
▼1
8
2025
SAM
-
-
9
1974
SAM
5L
New
10
1958
SAM
-
New
11
1923
SAM
-
▼2
12
1898
SAM
2L
▼2
13
1815
SAM
3W
-
14
1797
SAM
-
▲7
15
1725
SAM
3L
▼1
16
1645
SAM
-
▲4
17
1640
SAM
3W
▲5
18
1634
SAM
-
▼3
19
1604
SAM
-
▼3
20
1597
SAM
5L
New
21
1539
SAM
3L
▼3
22
1427
SAM
2L
▲1

See more teams[edit]

This page only shows the top 40 globally. For more, see the full global rating.