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Arquivo:Ranked Icon Diamond Legend.png

Ranked icon for a Legend who has reached a Diamond Elo.

Ranked is a competitive game mode in Brawlhalla, played exclusively as 3-stock 1v1 or 2v2 matches on a map randomly selected from a reduced set of the available Maps. Additionally, there is a Seasonal Ranked Queue; similar to Brawl of the Week, this queue uses a different gamemode and alternates gamemodes each season.

Every player has a starting overall ELO of 1200 (Silver 2) and every Legend has a starting ELO of 750 (Tin 1). Winning a match in Ranked mode will award Elo to both the Player Ranking and the Legend that was played. Losing, however, will result in a deduction of Elo.

Playing Ranked is the only way to achieve Glory. Glory is earned at the end of each Season for 1v1 and 2v2 queues, while Glory can be earned mid-season by winning a certain amount of games or placing a certain rank in the Seasonal Ranked Queue.

Placements[]

Each season, the first 10 ranked matches count as the player's placements matches. These matches have a greater impact on the player's Elo, giving 3 times the Elo gain/loss for personal Elo in 1v1 and both personal and team Elo in 2v2. Additionally, the player's rating is hidden until the 10 matches are completed. Once a new season begins, the player's Elo will undergo a soft reset, and placement matches start again.

Completing the 10 placement matches makes the player eligible for end-of-season rewards, including Ranked Avatars and Ranked Loading Frames.

Rewards[]

Playing ranked allows players to unlock rewards exclusive to the mode. The following are granted at the end of the season:

  • Glory, a currency that can be used in the Store.
  • Ranked Avatars, which upgrade with best ranking each season.
  • A Loading Frame based on your best ranking of the previous season.

Rewards for the highest ranking, Valhallan, are instead granted immediately after reaching the rank:

  • A title for the season you reached Valhallan.
  • An avatar that has two states: "active" while in the Valhallan rank, and "inactive" after dropping lower.
  • A loading frame that can only be used while in the Valhallan rank.

Ranking Thresholds[]

Rank Tier ELO Range
Valhallan
Valhallan N/A Place top in
region, win 100+
matches and be
in Diamond
Diamond
Diamond N/A 2000+
Platinum
Arquivo:Banner Rank Platinum.png 5 1,936 - 1,999
4 1,872 - 1,935
3 1,808 - 1,871
2 1,744 - 1,807
1 1,680 - 1,743
0 1,622 - 1,679
Gold
Arquivo:Banner Rank Gold.png 5 1,622 - 1,679
4 1,564 - 1,621
3 1,506 - 1,563
2 1,448 - 1,505
1 1,390 - 1,447
0 1,338 - 1,389
Silver
Arquivo:Banner Rank Silver.png 5 1,338 - 1,389
4 1,286 - 1,337
3 1,234 - 1,285
2 1,182 - 1,233
1 1,130 - 1,181
0 1,086 - 1,129
Bronze
Arquivo:Banner Rank Bronze.png 5 1,086 - 1,129
4 1,042 - 1,085
3 998 - 1,041
2 954 - 997
1 910 - 953
0 872 - 909
Tin
Arquivo:Banner Rank Tin.png 5 872 - 909
4 834 - 872
3 796 - 833
2 758 - 795
1 720 - 757
0 200 - 719

When being demoted from one tier to the next, you will have a level of protection, e.g. Silver 1 -> Silver 0 -> Bronze 4, but Bronze 5 -> Silver 1 (skipping Silver 0).

Once a player reaches Diamond in a season, they can not lose the Diamond rank for the duration of the season. Like all other ranks though, it can be lost in the next season with the soft Elo reset.

Valhallan rank acts different than other ranks, requiring you to have 100+ wins, be in Diamond (personal 1v1 or team 2v2 Elo), and be one of the top performing in the region. The following are the per-region placement requirements:

Placement Regions
Top 150 US East, Europe
Top 100 Brazil
Top 50 SE Asia, US West
Top 25 Australia, Japan
Top 10 Middle East, South Africa

Seasons[]

The progress in Ranked is divided into seasons which last about 13 weeks. Each season ends with a soft reset that decreases all players’ rankings by a certain amount. At the end of each season, everyone who participated in it will get Glory based on how they did.

The dates of the past and current seasons are listed below.

Season Start date End date Duration
Season 0 February 19, 2015 September 24, 2015 31 weeks
Season 0.5 September 24, 2015 March 23, 2016 26 weeks
Season 1 March 23, 2016 September 21, 2016 26 weeks
Season 2 September 21, 2016 December 14, 2016 12 weeks
Season 3 December 14, 2016 March 15, 2017 13 weeks
Season 4 March 15, 2017 June 21, 2017 14 weeks
Season 5 June 21, 2017 September 13, 2017 12 weeks
Season 6 September 13, 2017 December 13, 2017 13 weeks
Season 7 December 13, 2017 March 14, 2018 13 weeks
Season 8 March 14, 2018 June 13, 2018 13 weeks
Season 9 June 13, 2018 September 12, 2018 13 weeks
Season 10 September 12, 2018 December 12, 2018 13 weeks
Season 11 December 12, 2018 April 3, 2019 16 weeks
Season 12 April 3, 2019 July 3, 2019 13 weeks
Season 13 July 3, 2019 September 26, 2019 12 weeks
Season 14 September 26, 2019 January 8, 2020 15 weeks
Season 15 January 8, 2020 April 14, 2020 14 weeks
Season 16 April 14, 2020 July 15, 2020 13 weeks
Season 17 July 15, 2020 October 7, 2020 12 weeks
Season 18 October 7, 2020 January 20, 2021 15 weeks
Season 19 January 20, 2021 April 21, 2021 13 weeks
Season 20 April 21, 2021 July 14, 2021 12 weeks
Season 21 July 14, 2021 October 6, 2021 12 weeks
Season 22 October 6, 2021 January 12, 2022 14 weeks
Season 23 January 12, 2022 March 30, 2022 11 weeks
Season 24 March 30, 2022 July 13, 2022 16 weeks
Season 25 July 13, 2022 October 5, 2022 13 weeks
Season 26 October 5, 2022 January 11, 2023 14 weeks
Season 27 January 11, 2023 April 12, 2023 (approx.)

Seasonal Ranked Queue[]

In Brawlhalla Ranked Season 20, BMG (Blue Mammoth Games) introduced a new Seasonal Ranked Queue. Similar to Brawl of the Week, this queue uses an alternative gamemode and changes gamemodes each season.

Unlike the regular 1v1 and 2v2 Ranked queues, players can earn rewards (such as Glory and Titles) mid-season, by winning certain amounts of games and reaching a certain rank.

Additionally, this mode will allow for progression on Missions, a key difference between it and Brawl of the Week.

Rewards[]

The rewards for Seasonal Ranked follow the same pattern each season, earning Glory at certain milestones and Titles at others.

Titles are different for each season but follow the same format; for example, getting 10 wins in Season 20's Kung Foot queue would earn the title "S20 Kung Foot Player."

Win Rewards
10 Wins Coin Glory 250
Glory
Arquivo:Battlepass Title.png
<Season & Gamemode> Player
Title
50 Wins Coin Glory 250
Glory
100 Wins Coin Glory 250
Glory
200 Wins Coin Glory 250
Glory
500 Wins Coin Glory 250
Glory
Arquivo:Battlepass Title.png
<Season & Gamemode> Veteran
Title
Rating Rewards
Gold Coin Glory 400
Glory
Arquivo:Battlepass Title.png
<Season & Gamemode> Adept
Title
Platinum Coin Glory 400
Glory
Diamond Coin Glory 400
Glory
Arquivo:Battlepass Title.png
<Season & Gamemode> Master
Title

List of Seasonal Queues[]

The following is a list of the different Seasonal Ranked Queues.

Season Gamemode Ruleset Map Set
Season 20 Ranked 2v2 Kung Foot Kung Foot
  • 2v2 (can queue with random players)
  • First team to 9 points
  • 8:00 minutes
  • No team damage
Kung Foot Arena
Season 21 Ranked 3v3 Brawlball Brawlball
  • 3v3 (can queue with random players)
  • First team to 5 points
  • 8:00 minutes
  • No team damage
Brawlball Arena
Season 22 Ranked 1v1 Morph Morph
  • 1v1
  • 8:00 minutes
  • First to 3 KOs
1v1
or
Tournament 1v1
Season 23 Ranked 3v3 Crew Battle Crew Battle
  • 3v3 (must queue with team)
  • 8:00 minutes
  • First team to 9 KOs
1v1
or
Tournament 1v1
Season 24 Ranked 1v1 Switchcraft Switchcraft
  • 1v1
  • 8:00 minutes
  • First to 3 KOs
1v1
or
Tournament 1v1
Season 25 Ranked 3v3 3v3
  • 3v3 (can queue with random players)
  • 8:00 minutes
  • First team to 9 KOs
  • Team damage enabled
3v3
or
Tournament 3v3
Season 26 Ranked 1v1 Street Brawl Street Brawl
  • 1v1
  • 8:00 minutes
  • First to 3 KOs
Suzaku Castle Walls
Bustling Side Street
Season 27 Ranked 3v3 Kung Foot Kung Foot
  • 3v3 (can queue with random players)
  • First team to 9 points
  • 8:00 minutes
  • No team damage
Kung Foot Arena


See also[]

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