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In my opinion this is to test if you should be placed in a higher skill group before actually changing the skill group. Ranking Method The ranking method is as before mentioned unknown.

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This data is collected through randomly sampled matches, so extending the catchment period to a month gives a good idea of how the ranks spread out. As you play more games, we use those wins and losses to make predictions about what Skill Group we think you should be in. However, Valve has dispelled this claim, confirming that files stored on the user-end no longer affect ranking. Loosing against a lower skill group will then have a bigger negative impact on the rating.

The most probable cause for degradation comes from increases in Rating Deviation. Each sudden drop represents a match played, letting the system believe it can more precisely identify your true rank. If you always play your best then your Skill Group will provide you with well matched teammates and opponents.

These outside events are more likely to explain especially bizarre claims like deranking after a win. More details along with detailed explanation of how profile ranking system in the game works can be found on this informative thread on the Steam community forums. When you play your first game, we have no idea what your skill is. This is fairly straightforward where you essentially have to win rounds in matches to upgrade your profile rank.

Also check this in-depth and detailed explanation of the ranking system in Competitive Play. Play no matches for a month and your Skill Group will disappear, requiring a win or draw to return it. Firstly, the matchmaking system will take your lower-skilled friend into consideration when finding a match. Two equally skilled teams should, on average, win an equal number of matches when competing against each other. Most matches have a small range of Skill Groups represented.

The mechanics behind this are still unclear, but the surest way to improve is by winning as a team. What this means is that it is impossible to gain Elo points on losses and to lose Elo points on wins. For those who are wondering, when your team loses a round, you and your teammates both lose Elo points.

In fact, you might be even higher than you think. With that said, there are two known ways that you can use to boost your Elo and hence jump up to the next rank. Profile Ranking System First up is the profile rank. If you keep loosing, the system will put you in a lower skill group.