A lot of sources found on the internet (including the blizzard forums) state that

If you leave too many games and your “games played” vs “games completed” percentage falls below our required threshold, you will receive a warning message (this percentage is calculated based on your 20 most recent games).

When looking through my career profile, i can only find a number on my games played, but not a number stating how many i've completed.

Is there a way to look into this kind of info (official databse)? Maybe even a "game history" where i can look at specifically those 20 most recent games mentioned?

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    Do you not recall how many of the last 20 games you rage-quit ? That's what they mean, if you leave before the game is over - quit it counts towards non completed game. Commented Aug 15, 2016 at 12:46

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As Иво Недев pointed out, this mechanic is to prevent you from leaving too many games before the match is over, thus negatively impacting the rest of your team.

A game is considered completed when the gameplay stops after the "Victory" or "Defeat" splash has faded, and it shows the winning team's victory line-up. Leaving at or after that point does not count towards your leaving before completion tally. Similarly, leaving in the 45 second Assemble period where you can only select a hero does not affect your tally either, as the game has not started yet.

The long and short of it is unless you are playing on a very unstable connection, or deliberately leave games before it is over, you do not need to worry about this statistic, as it is not aimed at penalizing regular play.

  • You are also allowed to leave before the "assemble" phase is over without being considered a leaver.
    – Unionhawk
    Commented Aug 15, 2016 at 14:59
  • Are you sure? I remember seeing a blue post a while back that clarified the first Setup window, but once you were able to control your character it meant the game had started. Will see if I can dig it out
    – KizTrap
    Commented Aug 16, 2016 at 10:30
  • Assemble as in the 45 second or so period before anyone spawns in.
    – Unionhawk
    Commented Aug 16, 2016 at 12:27
  • Oh right, that's what I was referring to above, I'll edit my answer with the right name and time
    – KizTrap
    Commented Aug 16, 2016 at 12:50

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