🧮 How does the site calculate my mmr lol ?
Since its data wants to be hidden by lol, we have settled for rough estimates with an accuracy of plus or minus(±) 95%. Therefore, when estimating your MMR, the ± symbol will appear next to your MMR score, indicating that there is a difference of about 200 points. Imagine you have a score of 1300, your actual score would probably be between 1200 and 1400. This data can vary depending on your games and your score, the more games you win with a good score, the more your mmr increases, and conversely, the more games you lose and finish with a very bad score, the more your mmr decreases. It is important to note that your MMR is likely to change depending on the number of games played, the more games you play, the more accurate the MMR will be.
👨🏻💻 Why is my profile not showing ?
You must check the region in which your account is located, because the region changes depending on the country of residence. For example, a user located in France will be on the EUW server, while an American will be in the NA region. If you want to know the region in which your account has been registered, you have to click on "setting" which is in the top right corner of the launcher when you start lol then go to the "League of legends" tab, the region is indicated in brackets in "Current version".
🏆 How does MMR affect Ranked LP ?
In the league system, in addition to your MMR, ranked games allow you to get or lose LP (League Points). The league points vary according to your MMR score and the average MMR score of your rank, let's say you win a game with an average MMR higher than your rank, you will get more LPs than you lose. Conversely, if you are below the average MMR, you will lose more LP. Please note that the old ranking system that Riot Games used (the elo ranking) has been removed in Season 3.
🏃 Does dodding affect my MMR ?
Dodging, which consists of leaving the game client during a champion selection will not influence your MMR score, however, during a ranked game, you will have a line penalty.
⚖️ Why are my LoL games unbalanced ?
As we've seen before, MMR is a system as old as the game itself, and it's surely true that Riot Games has had to evolve its calculation methods over time, but why doesn't this one seem accurate? Due to the popularity of League of Legends, some unscrupulous people use eloboost services, which allow them to level up in the league system when their playing experience theoretically doesn't allow them to do so, which can lead to major imbalances in games if the main account user replayed on their higher level account. Players who eloboost are often singled out in the game and referred to as "boosted players". They disrupt the game experience of other players and can cause a snowball effect of toxic behavior from their own allies (Keep in mind that in addition to eloboosting, flaming is also strongly discouraged by Riot Games, for whatever reason...). This type of game is still relatively rare, so we recommend taking it easy and working as a team. The other effect that can give you this feeling is that if you have a 1400 MMR solo, and you come across a 4 player team with two players at 1200 and two others at 1600, you will sometimes feel like you are playing in 3V7, or even 2V8 if one of the two players in your team with a high MMR is not at his best. Remember to encourage him during your game or take the role of the leader of your team to better guide him !