Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
The ELO ranking system should not match veteran bad players with unranked new players. New Players which are potentially at an “Expert” skill level create a frustrating gaming environment for veteran players of a very low skill level.
|518||Open||Matchmaking||Defect||Poor Experience||2012-09-10 05:12:47|
Written By rb-teh-hyperimp
Steps to Reproduce the Problem:1. “Veteran” Bad Players (with a really low skill level) are routinely matched against New Players.2. A New Player with exceptional skills is matched against this “Veteran” Bad Player (with a really low skill level).3. Repeat this scenario for every day a highly skilled New Player uses Valve’s matchmaking.Expected or Desired Behavior:All new players should have an ELO score between 26% to 46% of the maximum possible ELO score after playing 10 rounds.All “Veteran” Bad Players of a really low skill level will essentially out-rank all New Players, and escape the vicious cycle of being matched against expert New Players (on a daily basis).