Season 13 Rank Distribution (Rocket League)

The latest Rocket League rank distributions for Season 13 (December 9th 2019 – March 25 2020) have been published over on Reddit.

As is becoming tradition, similar to what we did during season 11 and season 12, I wanted to break them down and design them as charts and graphs to help understand what’s going on a little better.

I have also added a ‘Top’ percentile to show your overall rank in comparison with others. This highlights some interesting facts such as being a 3v3 solo standard Grand Champ is the rarest rank to reach, as well as the fact it has almost seven times more players than in normal standard 3v3.

Without any more delay here is the data and top comparison rank percentiles:

(3v3) Standard Chart

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Rank break down to see which percentile you’re at in 3v3 Standard in 2020:

Bronze 1Top 100.0%
Bronze 2Top 99.0%
Bronze 3Top 97.3%
Silver 1Top 94.3%
Silver 2Top 89.4%
Silver 3Top 82.7%
Gold 1Top 74.9%
Gold 2Top 66.1%
Gold 3Top 57.4%
Platinum 1Top 47.1%
Platinum 2Top 37.4%
Platinum 3Top 29.5%
Diamond 1Top 23.2%
Diamond 2Top 17.5%
Diamond 3Top 12.8%
Champion 1Top 8.0%
Champion 2Top 4.2%
Champion 3Top 2.0%
Grand ChampionTop 0.7%

(2v2) Doubles chart

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Rank break down to see which percentile you’re at in 2v2 Doubles in 2020:

Bronze 1Top 100.0%
Bronze 2Top 95.9%
Bronze 3Top 90.8%
Silver 1Top 84.0%
Silver 2Top 75.9%
Silver 3Top 67.4%
Gold 1Top 59.3%
Gold 2Top 51.4%
Gold 3Top 44.4%
Platinum 1Top 36.3%
Platinum 2Top 29.0%
Platinum 3Top 23.0%
Diamond 1Top 18.1%
Diamond 2Top 13.7%
Diamond 3Top 10.2%
Champion 1Top 6.5%
Champion 2Top 3.7%
Champion 3Top 1.8%
Grand ChampionTop 0.6%

(1v1) Solo Duel chart

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Rank break down to see which percentile you’re at in 1v1 Solo Duel in 2020:

Bronze 1Top 100.00%
Bronze 2Top 98.5%
Bronze 3Top 93.7%
Silver 1Top 85.7%
Silver 2Top 74.3%
Silver 3Top 61.6%
Gold 1Top 49.3%
Gold 2Top 37.5%
Gold 3Top 27.8%
Platinum 1Top 20.3%
Platinum 2Top 14.2%
Platinum 3Top 9.8%
Diamond 1Top 6.7%
Diamond 2Top 4.4%
Diamond 3Top 2.8%
Champion 1Top 1.8%
Champion 2Top 0.9%
Champion 3Top 0.3%
Grand ChampionTop 0.1%

(3v3) Solo Standard chart

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Rank break down to see which percentile you’re at in 3v3 Solo Standard in 2020:

Bronze 1Top 100.00%
Bronze 2Top 98.9%
Bronze 3Top 96.0%
Silver 1Top 92.1%
Silver 2Top 86.4%
Silver 3Top 79.0%
Gold 1Top 70.4%
Gold 2Top 60.2%
Gold 3Top 50.0%
Platinum 1Top 40.3%
Platinum 2Top 31.1%
Platinum 3Top 23.4%
Diamond 1Top 17.3%
Diamond 2Top 11.0%
Diamond 3Top 6.7%
Champion 1Top 4.0%
Champion 2Top 2.0%
Champion 3Top 0.7%
Grand ChampionTop 0.1%

What is your rank?

You can share your rank progression on the GamersRdy Discord server and chat with others about tips on how to rank up.

There are also plenty of guides and articles that have been published which you can take a look at on the Rocket League Guides & Resources section of the website.

Final advice on ranking up

Remember that ranking up is only one aspect of the game to determine how good you are. When you look at events and tournaments in Rocket League, there is always a jump between the rank of a player and the success they have in leagues and events.

The perfect example of that is the 3v3 ranking leaderboard. While many of the players in the top 100 are competing at RLCS or RLRS levels, there is certainly no direct correlation between the two. A top 10 player could easily lose against a top 100.

So why care about your rank? Well, at non-professional levels is generally indicates your skill. Of course, you can be carried by team-mates but the rank can give a motivation to try and work towards improving your game.

I’ve seen that the more time a player puts into the learning side of the game then the more they will appreciate the progression of the game.

So it doesn’t matter if you’re a low rank that is making mistakes or a higher rank trying to get into Grand Champ, ultimately it’s about the progress and experience you have with the game.

Let’s see how Season 14 goes! Share your progress on our Discord community and maybe even team up with others to make it a whole lot more fun.

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