How to check your MMR in Rocket League Season 12

How to check your MMR in Rocket League Season 12
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Written by 

Tarran Stockton & Dave McAdam


7th Sep 2023 15:18

MMR is how the game determines a player's prowess. Rocket League is a highly competitive game where players fight hard to climb the ranks and become the best.

MMR stands for Match Making Ranking, a stat hidden in the game that tracks a player's wins and losses to assign them a score to compare their skill to other players. Here is everything you need to know about Rocket League MMR in Season 12.

How to check your MMR

If you want to see your MMR then we suggest using the Rocket League Track Network website, as it shows you and provides a comprehensive breakdown of your profile.

Here's the process for finding your Rocket League MMR:

  • Sign in to the Rocket League Network Tracker or enter your Epic Games username on the main page.
  • Select the 'Skill Rating' tab on your player profile.
  • Scroll down to the Rating Progression section and locate the number next to 'Rating'.
  • This is your official MMR in Rocket League.

a screenshot of the Rocket League Tracker Network, highlighting the MMR
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What is MMR in Rocket League?

In Rocket League, your MMR is a representation of your ranked skill level, determining what your ultimate rank is and what players you will be matched up against.

MMR will increase or decrease depending on your match performance. However, things like goals, assists, and saves don't affect this - only wins or losses. Ultimately, the higher your MMR is, the better you are at the game.

a promotional image of a graphic showing players how to improve in the Rocket League ranked mode
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Tarran is a Senior Guides Writer at GGRecon. He previously wrote reviews for his college newspaper before studying Media and Communication at university. His favourite genres include role-playing games, strategy games, and boomer shooters - along with anything indie. You can also find him in the pit at local hardcore shows.

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