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How to Check Your MMR in Rocket League

MMR is important in Rocket League, because it’s an exact value that corresponds your skill level. You will have different MMR depending on the game mode: 1v1, 2v2, 3v3 and extra modes – all are different.

What is MMR and Why Does it Matter?

MMR stands for Matchmaking Ranking. It is a numerical value that represents a player’s skill in Rocket League and is used to match you with and against players of similar skills. Unlike the in-game ranks (Bronze, Silver, Gold, etc.) that give a broad indication of a player’s abilities, MMR offers a more precise measurement. This value changes after every game: increase with a win and decrease with a loss.

Therefore, knowing your MMR can be incredibly beneficial for several reasons:

  • Assessing Progress: It provides a clear indication of whether you’re improving, plateauing, or need to reevaluate your strategies.
  • Goal Setting: By knowing your exact MMR, you can set specific progress goals.
  • Understanding Matchmaking: You’ll gain insight into the ranking system, helping you understand your competitors’ skill levels.

Step-by-Step: How to View Your MMR

Rocket League does not readily display your MMR in the game client, but there are reliable methods to check it. Here’s a comprehensive guide on how to do just that:

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Use In-Game Overlays and External Services

Several third-party services provide ways to see your MMR either in real-time using an overlay in-game or via their websites. Remember to use these tools responsibly and understand that since they are third-party services, you are using them at your own discretion.

  • Overwolf’s Rocket League Tracker App: This application runs alongside Rocket League, providing an overlay that shows your live MMR and those of others in your current match. You can download it directly from the Overwolf app store.
  • BakkesMod: If you’re playing on PC, BakkesMod is a popular mod that amongst its many features allows you to see in-game MMR. It is only available for PC players and should be used at your own risk. Download it from BakkesMod’s official website.
  • Websites: Several websites provide lookup services for Rocket League stats, including MMR. Some of the most well-known are Rocket League Tracker Network, RLStats, and Tracker.gg. These services require you to input your Rocket League ID, and they’ll display your current MMR and rank.

2v2 MMR in Rocket League

TierPlayers TrackedDivision IDivision IIDivision IIIDivision IV
Supersonic Legend2862 (0.05%)1861 — 2119
Grand Champion III5573 (0.10%)1715 — 17381745 — 17711788 — 18171832 — 1860
Grand Champion II18,762 (0.32%)1575 — 15961600 — 16251638 — 16751677 — 1700
Grand Champion I67,978 (1.16%)1434 — 14571462 — 14941498 — 15271537 — 1557
Champion III129,079 (2.21%)1314 — 13331334 — 13661368 — 13961402 — 1419
Champion II260,733 (4.46%)1195 — 12131214 — 12461248 — 12761282 — 1299
Champion I535,720 (9.16%)1075 — 10931095 — 11221128 — 11581162 — 1179
Diamond III534,466 (9.14%)995 — 10031004 — 10271028 — 10511052 — 1060
Diamond II697,404 (11.93%)915 — 923924 — 947948 — 971972 — 980
Diamond I838,290 (14.34%)835 — 843844 — 867868 — 891892 — 900
Platinum III638,070 (10.91%)773 — 778779 — 797798 — 816817 — 825
Platinum II608,523 (10.41%)711 — 718719 — 737738 — 756757 — 765
Platinum I520,275 (8.90%)652 — 658659 — 677678 — 696697 — 704
Gold III367,482 (6.28%)593 — 598599 — 617618 — 636637 — 645
Gold II257,047 (4.40%)534 — 538539 — 557558 — 576577 — 585
Gold I169,709 (2.90%)472 — 478479 — 497498 — 516517 — 522
Silver III96,878 (1.66%)410 — 418419 — 437438 — 456457 — 465
Silver II52,828 (0.90%)352 — 358359 — 377378 — 396397 — 406
Silver I26,150 (0.45%)289 — 298299 — 317318 — 336337 — 351
Bronze III11,576 (0.20%)225 — 238239 — 257258 — 276277 — 294
Bronze II5,187 (0.09%)167 — 178183 — 196200 — 216217 — 222
Bronze I2,695 (0.05%)-100 — 118120 — 137140 — 156175 — 175
Table for 2023’s MMR 2v2 game mode in Rocket League

While knowing your MMR is one thing, understanding it is another. Your MMR is influenced by:

  • Win Streaks and Losses: Going on win streaks can boost your MMR significantly, while consecutive losses can have the opposite effect.
  • The MMR of your Opponents: Winning against players with higher MMR can give you a bigger increase than winning against lower-ranked players. The converse is true as well.

Tips for Improving Your MMR

Improving your MMR comes down to improving your play. Here are some quick tips:

  • Practice: Focus on your mechanical skills and game sense.
  • Watch and Learn: Observe how higher MMR players position themselves and manage their boost.
  • Stay Consistent: Try to play regularly to maintain and hone your skills.
  • Team Up: Playing with a consistent teammate can improve coordination and lead to more victories.
  • Mindset: Stay positive and view losses as learning opportunities.

Ranking Up – Beyond Just MMR

While MMR is an essential figure for matchmaking, your rank also considers your performance against others in your rank bracket. It’s critical to strive for a healthy balance in improving skill and MMR.