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Rating reflects the achievement of a player within Splatterladder.

Design fundamentals

Rating is determined within one valid session.

  • The rating is calculated from the distribution of the PPM within a session. The better your PPM, the better the rating you will get, and a potentially worse rating for the other players who do not score as well as you in the session.
  • The Rating points are distributed between the players in the valid session based on thier PPM-ratio.
  • If you have a rating that is twice as high as the average player rating of the session, you must earn twice as many PPM than the average player to receive a yellow -/+0.00 evaluation. A player can receive a good rating dispite not being the best player in the session, if they score a better PPM than is expected against the other players in the session.

You should not be concerned if you receive positive and negative session ratings. Each session is different, and is based on the average rating of all the players in that session.

How can I get a good Rating?: You must simply play against other players with higher rating, and score better PPM than would be expected. For example: If the average player rating of the session is 12.00 and the average PPM is 8, if your rating is also 12.00 you must score over 8 PPM to earn a positive evaluation. However if you have a rating of 24.00 in that same session, you will need to earn at least 16 PPM to earn a positive evaluation.

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