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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

#Team
LPR
REG
STR
30D
1
2683
EU
4W
▲5
2
2628
EU
3W
-
3
2574
EU
-
▲2
4
2482
EU
-
▲4
5
2477
EU
-
▼1
6
2442
EU
-
▼3
7
2391
EU
-
▼6
8
2237
EU
-
▲13
9
2200
EU
3W
▲14
10
2193
EU
2W
▲8
11
2179
EU
2L
▲11
12
2166
EU
3W
▲21
13
2158
EU
3L
New
14
2133
EU
-
▲10
15
2061
EU
2W
▲20
16
2053
EU
-
▲21
17
2051
EU
-
▲17
18
2000
EU
2W
New
19
1975
EU
2L
New
20
1970
EU
-
▼1
21
1959
EU
3L
New
22
1935
EU
-
▲7
23
1931
EU
-
▲5
24
1929
EU
3L
▲8
25
1910
EU
-
▲14
26
1910
EU
2L
▼15
27
1908
EU
2L
▲11
28
1907
EU
-
New
29
1907
EU
7W
New
30
1902
EU
-
New
31
1902
EU
-
▼19
32
1887
EU
2L
New
33
1847
EU
-
New
34
1824
EU
-
New
35
1822
EU
2L
New
36
1820
EU
-
New
37
1818
EU
3L
New
38
1813
EU
-
New
39
1806
EU
3W
New
40
1805
EU
-
New
#Team
LPR
REG
STR
30D
1
2805
NA
4W
▲1
2
2725
NA
2L
▲1
3
2695
NA
-
▲1
4
2630
NA
-
▲11
5
2626
NA
-
▲1
6
2597
NA
-
▼5
7
2584
NA
2L
▲1
8
2469
NA
-
▲13
9
2364
NA
-
New
10
2346
NA
3L
▼3
11
2292
NA
-
▲12
12
2254
NA
3L
▲8
13
2215
NA
-
▲1
14
2201
NA
-
▼3
15
2196
NA
-
▲16
16
2191
NA
3L
New
17
2067
NA
-
New
18
2028
NA
2L
▲8
19
2019
NA
21W
New
20
2016
NA
2L
▼2
21
1984
NA
-
New
22
1964
NA
-
New
23
1916
NA
-
New
24
1885
NA
2L
New
25
1881
NA
-
▲4
26
1880
NA
-
▲1
27
1828
NA
2L
New
28
1811
NA
-
▲8
29
1792
NA
-
New
30
1755
NA
-
New
31
1747
NA
6W
New
32
1728
NA
-
New
33
1724
NA
-
New
34
1710
NA
4L
▲1
35
1677
NA
-
New
36
1666
NA
7W
New
37
1665
NA
-
▼25
38
1663
NA
14W
New
39
1652
NA
-
New
40
1644
NA
6L
▼3
#Team
LPR
REG
STR
30D
1
2641
OCE
-
▲3
2
2546
OCE
9W
▲1
3
2489
OCE
-
▲4
4
2238
OCE
-
New
5
2135
OCE
-
▲11
6
1990
OCE
-
New
7
1983
OCE
3L
▼2
8
1904
OCE
-
New
9
1894
OCE
4L
New
10
1853
OCE
-
▲7
11
1853
OCE
-
▲3
12
1836
OCE
5L
New
13
1818
OCE
-
▲7
14
1805
OCE
5L
▲7
15
1708
OCE
-
New
16
1661
OCE
-
▲6
17
1639
OCE
3L
▲7
18
1585
OCE
-
▼10
19
1532
OCE
3L
New
20
1522
OCE
-
▲12
21
1507
OCE
-
▲8
22
1473
OCE
-
New
#Team
LPR
REG
STR
30D
1
2625
SAM
6W
▲1
2
2527
SAM
-
New
3
2306
SAM
-
▲5
4
2106
SAM
-
▲10
5
2022
SAM
-
▲6
6
2004
SAM
-
▲18
7
1976
SAM
2W
▼2
8
1975
SAM
2L
▲1
9
1963
SAM
-
▲3
10
1963
SAM
2L
▼4
11
1943
SAM
-
New
12
1943
SAM
-
New
13
1919
SAM
-
▼9
14
1851
SAM
-
▼4
15
1748
SAM
-
New
16
1710
SAM
2L
New
17
1653
SAM
3W
▼1
18
1612
SAM
2L
New
19
1597
SAM
5L
New
20
1589
SAM
2W
New
21
1577
SAM
2W
New
22
1561
SAM
2L
▲1
23
1533
SAM
-
New
24
1513
SAM
-
New
25
1513
SAM
-
-
26
1494
SAM
2L
New
27
1478
SAM
-
New
28
1373
SAM
-
New

See more teams[edit]

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