MMR & New Ranks in Rocket League Free to Play 2020

Back in 2019 the acquisition of Psyonox by Epic Games was announced. Planning for the game to eventually move over to the Epic Store started and have finally come to fruition.

As we look forward to the revamp of Rocket League going free to play, plenty of new updates have arrived, including new ranks. I have been covering the rank distribution charts since Season 11, however, with Rocket League ranks being reset to ‘Season 1’ and the new ranks being introduced, the charts will need to be updated once the data has been published.

Without beating around the bush anymore, here are the new ranks.

Note: We are gathering information on the MMR rank distribution as more information is released. Also, keep in mind the rating is a range. So for example, Supersonic Legend does go as low as 1900, but only if you already promote into it at 1916.

Rank Distribution MMR for 3v3:

RankRating
Supersonic Legend (New)1916
Grand Champion 3 (New)1796
Grand Champion 2 (New)1676
Grand Champion 1 (New)1556
Champion 31436
Champion 21336
Champion 11236
Diamond 31136
Diamond 21036
Diamond 1936
Platinum 3856
Platinum 2776
Platinum 1696
Gold 3616
Gold 2556
Gold 1496
Silver 3436
Silver 2376
Silver 1316
Bronze 3256
Bronze 2196
Bronze 10

Rank Distribution MMR for 2v2:

RankRating
Supersonic Legend (New)1876
Grand Champion 3 (New)1756
Grand Champion 2 (New)1636
Grand Champion 1 (New)1515
Champion 31416
Champion 21316
Champion 11216
Diamond 31116
Diamond 21016
Diamond 1936
Platinum 3856
Platinum 2776
Platinum 1696
Gold 3616
Gold 2556
Gold 1496
Silver 3436
Silver 2376
Silver 1316
Bronze 3256
Bronze 2196
Bronze 10

Latest update 26th September 2020 – Please note: This is technically unofficial data, supplied by coach HoraryHellfire. We will be updating this table as more information is released.

New Rocket League Rank Icons

You can see the ranks with the new icons from the image from Psyonix:

How can I find my MMR Rank score number?

If you’re wondering what your MMR is for each playlist then all you need to do is open up Rocket Legue and play enough competitive matches (You’ll need to be Level 10 in experience before you can get to play in Competitive matches in Ranked).

Once you have met those requirements you can see your MMR score by going to Rocket League > Play > Competitive > Select Playlist > Number in brackets (that is your MMR score in that specific playlist)

Want to rank up?

With these new ranks come new challenges! On GamersRdy we have courses and coaches which are here to help you develop your gaming experience and climb the ladders. You can also join us on Discord for events and tournaments that we put on.

We also have some direct links for you to get the right coach based on their speciality. You can use the filters on the category page to narrow your searches down. For example, here are the ones for (3v3) Standard coaches(2v2) Doubles coaches(1v1) Solo Duel coaches and (3v3) Solo Standard coaches.

Alternatively if you’re looking for something a bit different then try out RumbleDropshotHoops and Snow Day. They also have ranks and are a super fun variation of the game.

Good luck for Season 1 in this new Rocket League free-to-play update!

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