MMR ( also known as Match Making Rating or Elo ) is a statistic on which the game bases the players in your match.
It also affects the amount of LP you gain or lose. It means that even if your rank is gold you might have to play against a Diamond tier player just because he has a really low Match Making Rating.
There is an average amount of MMR that players in each division have. If your is higher than the average Elo of your division, you will gain more, and lose less LP per win or a defeat.
But on the other hand you might play against players with higher ranking than you, which would make it harder to win games.
Your LP gain is calculated out of the difference between your, and the average MMR amount of your division.
The bigger your Match Making Rating is compared to the average for your division, the more LP you get per win.
It means that if you have an MMR of a gold III , but you are in silver II you will earn much more LP than if you had the average Elo of a silver II.
You will also earn a lot less LP if you have lower MMR than other players from your division.
And as Match Making Rating bases on your wins it means that the bigger overall winrate you have the larger amount of LP you might get per win.
Your Match Making Rating changes after every match that you have played, and league calculates the gain based on the average Elo of both of the teams :
- You get more for a won game if your team had lower MMR than the enemy team.
- After a won game against a team with lower Match Making Rating compared to your team you gain a smaller amount of Elo.
- When you lose a game to a team with much higher Match Making Rating than your team, you don’t lose much, since you team was already more likely to lose this match.
- If you are in a team with MMR higher than your foes, you lose a lot after a defeat.
Knowing that it might be a reason to not spam “ff 15” and instead try to win even when at first it looks like a defeat. You might get a pretty big load of MMR for it !
Knowing your Elo might be a really good way of predicting how likely would it be to gain more LP, or skip a division after your promotion games.
However as the league client itself does not show your Match Making Rating anywhere, there are other ways to check your MMR in League of Legends outside of the game client.
There are many websites which offer an option to check your Match Making Rating, or compare it to the average Elo of your division.
One of the most popular and accurate options is op.gg.
After choosing your server and typing in your summoner name you can check your MMR and see if its higher than average, as well as many other things.
League calculates your Elo separately for Ranked and Normal matches, so you might have a Ranked Match Making Rating of a Platinum player, but a MMR of your Normal games like a silver player.
That might be one of the reasons why is it sometimes so much more easy to win a normal match rather than a Ranked.
It also means that by winning a normal game you wont increase your Ranked Elo.
The difference affects not only the normal games,but your Ranked MMR is calculated separetely also for other game modes including : Flex, ARAM or Twisted Treeline ( 3v3 ).
This way you save yourself a lot of nerves and pointless hours of losing because of your team.
If you buy from any seller however, you may end up scammed, or it might get you banned because Riot sees that as a thing that makes the matchmaking inaccurate.
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