LoL MMR Checker 2023
Select The Region of Your LoL Account
Select The Region of Your LoL Account
Checking your rank is easy, but finding out your MMR is practically impossible. That’s why we developed a League of Legends MMR checker. It’s a quick and easy way to get an accurate MMR reading on any LoL account. The process is incredibly simple and it only takes a few steps to find out your MMR on normal, ARAM, and ranked games.
Not sure what MMR is? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered!
MMR stands for Matchmaking Rating. Essentially, this is a hidden rating behind your rank or LP. Your level of skill will determine how high you rank or how much further down on the list your account appears. Ranking is determined by an ELO system that was originally used for chess. If you play ranked League of Legends games, then you’ve probably been placed in one of the main tiers such as Bronze, Gold, or Diamond. This is your rank, but it doesn’t show your actual MMR.
So how do you use our MMR Checker? Just select your region and type your Summoner Name into the text field and hit enter. After a few seconds, your LoL MMR will be displayed.
MMR Checker looks at a number of different metrics on your profile, including wins and losses, league ranking, and more. It then runs it through a complex algorithm that can shows your MMR with about 95% accuracy. This can give you a great idea of how your skills stack up against other players.
If you’re someone who cares about their performance, then you’ll either love or hate your LoL MMR. The MMR tells you how well or poorly you are doing in comparison to other players. Checking your ranking gives you an idea of whether you’re the cream of the crop, or you can use a bit more practice and playtime. The good news is that you can regularly check your estimated LoL MMR and get an idea if you’re improving or if you’re staying the same.
The MMR calculator from LoL-Script is an easy way to instantly access your MMR value. This way you can have an idea of how you compare to others, and even track your improvements as you get better at the game.
Standard ranked games give League Points (LP) which helps dictate your rank (Silver, Gold, etc). Upon winning, ranked games will award a certain amount of LP points to the winners. LP is an easy way to get a rough idea of your MMR by simply seeing which league you’re in. League Points also impact your MMR during ranked games. Higher MMR players will typically receive more points than lower MMR players, so having a high MMR can be beneficial.
Your LoL MMR score is primarily calculated based on your game history. After each game, your MMR will either increase or decrease depending on whether you won or lost. Something to keep in mind is that not all games are created equal, meaning that one game may reward you with a higher LoL MMR and another can give you less LoL MMR. Unfortunately, there’s no good way to track this unless you check your MMR after each game.
If you don’t want to check your MMR via our MMR calculator, there’s another way to do so manually. Simply go through your LoL Match History and find the rankings of the players you played with. Should they rank higher than you, then you can assume that your MMR is higher. If they are low in rank, then you can assume that your MMR is on the lower end.
When you win a ranked game, you will receive a certain amount of LP based on your MMR. This can give you a rough idea of how your MMR compares to other players in similar rankings.
These aren’t firm numbers, but give you an idea of how you’re ranking:
ELO is a score that represents your current number of points for the ongoing season. MMR, on the other hand, reflects your overall skill level and stays consistent from one season to another. ELO scores do not transfer to the next season.
There are many different ways to measure your skills as a League of Legends player, but one that is often looked at is the rating you have in the game. Using our League of Legends MMR checker you can quickly access your own MMR to see where you rank overall.
There are 9 skill brackets in League of Legends, ranging from “Iron” to “Challenger”.
Competition gets tougher the higher you climb, but it becomes less common. Out of all brackets, Silver has the most players in it.