Question: How is wow matchmaking calculated?

Matchmaking Rating (also known as MMR) is a number calculated for each player to match them with players of similar skill in PvP. This is accomplished by comparing an assigned number (MMR) that adjusts based on the relative MMR of the opponents you win or lose to.

How does TBC rating work?

Every Arena team has a team rating that starts at 0 and increases as the team plays Arena matches together. Additionally, each player who is on a team has a personal rating that is calculated based on the results of the Arena matches theyve played as a part of their team.

How do you see your PvP rating WoW?

You can try the statistics page in-game, its accessed from your achievements tab, at the bottom theres a statistics button. Thanks, this does show stats but it shows all my stats from all time.

How much hit do you need in TBC?

Hit Rating is a stat that exists to reduce your chance to miss when attacking enemies. The amount of Hit Chance needed to not miss any attacks is called the Hit Cap. Against level 70 targets, you need a total of 5% Hit Chance to never miss.

How much hit does a mage need TBC?

The general aim is to be Hit capped for bosses and level 73 targets (16%), so Frost Mages need 10% hit chance from gear and buffs.

When did they remove 5v5 in WoW?

3 (2016-07-19): The 5v5 Arena bracket has been retired. Patch 6.2. 0 (2015-06-23): Arena matches now end after 25 minutes (up from 20 minutes). The amount of time before Dampening is applied remains unchanged.

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