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I know that I can check a rank just after a game in the summary screen.

But what if I want to check it later? Is there such a possibility?

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You can go to SC2Ranks if you know his name, matches statistics aren't listed online.

  1. Hit Search then choose the server and enter his name, a perfect match and you are lucky.

  2. Make sure you refresh the profile so you see his latest rank.

  3. Next to the avatar you can click on the name to go to his StarCraft II profile.

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Great! It is what i was looking for. – com Nov 10 '11 at 6:15

Under your profile in the game(as well as outside the game at the Starcraft 2 website when you login to your account), there is a section called Match History where you can see all your previously played matches. This includes games from previous seasons. You can filter on 1v1, 2v2, 3v3, 4v4, FFA, Cooperative, and Custom game matches.

Unfortunately, this does not show you the name of your opponent until you click into the game in the Match History selection screen, so you'll have to remember the approximate time, game type and map on which you played the game to find previous matches.

Once you find the game, you can click through to find your opponent's profile and their rank. Unfortunately, you can only access the match score screen from within the game, not on the website, so you will need to boot up Starcraft 2 beforehand.

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So i cannot check it from the website level? – com Nov 9 '11 at 11:48
@com Actually, yeah, you're right, you can't. I just noticed that you can't click through to the match statistics from the website. What a shame. – Mana Nov 9 '11 at 14:26

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