Rank is an important and integral part of the CS:GO matchmaking experience. Once a player gets a hang of the basics, they start their journey through the rough roads of competitive matchmaking. A gripping affair that plunges a player into an endless cycle of improving themselves and achieving a better rank. The satisfaction of excelling as both a team and an individual player is what every CS:GO player strives to achieve, casual or professional. However, every player is different and improves at their own pace, due to which the total player base gets divided between a spectrum of ranks.
This categorization of ranks is important so that players can gradually improve over time, instead of being subjected to unbalanced ranked matchmaking, which would only lead to stress, frustration, and an extremely underwhelming experience.
To give users a better insight into the current CS:GO rank distribution, stats analyzing website ‘Leetify’ has managed to analyze over 7 million unique matchmaking players. Let’s take a look at some of their findings and see on which rank does the majority of the CS:GO player base lies.
Ranking in CS:GO ranges from the lowest possible ‘Silver I’ all the way up to ‘Global Elite’. These rankings have their own working mechanisms and principles, to learn about them in detail interested users can ‘Click Here’. Let’s take a quick glance at the CS:GO rank distribution data presented in the form of a graph,
Apart from this, some other useful information shared by ‘Leetify’ came in the form of aim related data and statistics across the different CS:GO ranks. The first being a comparison between crosshair placement and reaction time to inflict damage, while the other compared headshot and spray accuracy.
Both these statistics followed the norm, showcasing a uniform growth across the ranks in ascending order. This simply acts as a visual indicator that players do need to get better at the game in order to attain a better rank, as the average numbers showcase a constant growth pattern.