PUBG Ranking System Explained

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PUBG mobile is very competitive, and the number of new players has increased manifold since its release. The players are put into tiers using the ranking system based on their caliber. The rank system consists of 8 different ranks, which determine the skill level of the players. A lot of players wish to reach the higher tiers and compete with the elites. 

Here’s how the ranking system in PUBG Mobile works.

PUBG Mobile is one of the most played online multiplayer games. Millions of users have played the game and it has grown in popularity during the lockdown. However, not all players in PUBG Mobile boast a similar amount of skill and this is where the ranking system of the game comes in.

Similar to many skill-based mobile games, PUBG Mobile uses eight ranks to determine the players’ skill level. Winning games offers players ratings which increases their ranks and losing in the early stages of a match results in de-ranking. Here is a look at the ranking system in detail.

        How the PUBG Rank System Works

Each new season of PUBG provides something of a soft reset to its rank system. This gives you a fresh chance to place higher in the ranked mode. At the outset, you’ll be able to play 10 different games. The outcomes of these games are going to determine what rank you’re starting in for the season. These are the ranks you can be placed in:

  • Bronze – 1-1399 Points Needed.
  • Silver – 1400-1499 Points Needed.
  • Gold – 1500-1599 Points Needed.
  • Platinum – 1600-1699 Points Needed.
  • Diamond – 1700-1799 Points Needed.
  • Elite – 1800-1899 Points Needed.
  • Master – 1900-1999 Points Needed.
  • Grandmaster – 2000 Points or Higher.

As you can probably see, the ranked system has lower amounts of points between ranks than in other games. This is because you can lose points just as easily as gaining them. This makes gradually increasing them more difficult and keeps the ranks difficult to progress through even when only 100 points are needed to climb.

    How to increase PUBG rank

The rank that is displayed to your friends is the highest rank you have reached in any one form of the game. Say you rank as Silver 5 in FPP solo mode and rank as Gold 3 on TPP squad mode. The rank your friends will be able to see you as will be Gold 3 as it is your best across all game modes.

5 tips on how to increase your rank in PUBG

  Most of you might be asking what to do to increase your PUBG rank and tips to follow; so here are 6 tips to follow to increase your rank as fast as possible.

1.  Decide which game mode you like the most and concentrate on increasing your rank in the preferred game mode: 

Since the rank displayed against your profile will be your best among all game modes, pick a mode you enjoy the most and watch your rank go up faster. If you’re used to playing different game modes randomly, you’ll see that you play for the entire day but still don’t see your rank increase

2. It’s more important to survive for longer than it is to rack up kills:

Your kill rating and your survival rating are the factors taken into account when you’re given a rank. However, it’s important to know that the kill rating only makes up about 20 percent of the total points and a major chunk is made up of the survival rating. So, it’s important to make it to the top 10 survivors even if you have fewer kills. You will score better if you survive to the top 10 and have only 3 kills then you would have if you died 50th and had 15 kills. Basically, play conservative and don’t go for more kills than necessary. 

3. Damage is important:

Support is an important criterion that is also taken into account when calculating the total survival rating. Most of the players are unaware of how to get a solid support ranking in the game. Your support ranking increases proportionally with how much your character has healed in the game. So it is important to make sure you take some damage and heal back to full health frequently as it will help you with a good overall survival rating. If you haven’t seen many gun battles in-game for a while you can take damage by falling from heights or being outside the zone and heal back with the help of bandages and painkillers.

4. Ratings ONLY from Classic mode games are considered:

PUBG Mobile offers you two game modes to choose from. You can either choose to play the game in Arcade mode or Classic mode. If you spend most of your time playing Arcade mode games your ranking will not change. Try playing Classic mode games as much as you can as the ratings you gain in this game mode will be considered to calculate your rank. It is also advisable to play a game of Arcade before you get into a Classic game as this helps you warm up.

5. Play the New map Livik as much as possible when it’s out:

The Livikmap which has debuted on Mobile versions of PUBG will make its debut on PUBG PC sometime soon. This is a smaller map, only one quarter in size, compared to the conventional PUBG maps. Also, because the map is smaller, the time each game takes is shorter. A full game on Livik on the beta version of PUBG Mobile 0.8.0 takes approximately 15 minutes and a game on the conventional maps takes about 35 minutes. You’ll be able to play more matches on Livik over an hour or two than on the other two maps. This will help you gain the same ratings each match but will need you to spend 20 minutes less on each game.

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