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I didn't play CSGO for a few months, and now that I came back to it, I'm stuck on the lowest ranking.

I must have played 15 games, not all wins, but still there was some, but I'm still with one stripe.

So how does the ranking work? Can I see how far I am to ranking up?

  • I've never seen any method to tell how close you are to ranking up. Approximately what % were wins and how many total ranked wins do you have? – JMac Apr 6 '17 at 12:23
  • Not sure if this is what you are looking for in an answer: steamcommunity.com/app/730/discussions/0/618459109266074446/…. If it is, I can formulate it into one. – Timmy Jim Apr 6 '17 at 12:24
  • Wins would be 60/40, but i am usually 1st or 2nd fragger in my team – Fredy31 Apr 6 '17 at 12:31
  • @Fredy31 Place on your team doesn't matter AFAIK. The round score definitely does (see the answer given). ~15 games with 60% win isn't a whole lot more wins than losses. Assuming you already have a good number of wins, I'm not surprised it didn't have a noticeable effect on rating yet. Just keep playing with 60% win rate and you will climb eventually. – JMac Apr 6 '17 at 12:51
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When playing competitive matchmaking for the first time you need 10 wins or draws in order to get your initial skill group.

After a certain amount of inactivity (4 weeks of not participating in competitive) you'll show as unranked again. This time your ranking is only hidden, not gone. After another win or draw you will see your badge again.

If you want a rank-up you can't tell. This is all about your team's performance in every game. Losing 16-1 has still a bigger impact than winning 3 times 16-14.

This answer should help a bit.

  • But is there a way to see your exact MMR? – Fredy31 Apr 6 '17 at 12:47
  • no :/ I wish there would – dly Apr 6 '17 at 12:48

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