Matchmaking Rating

Other (objects, etc.) concept

Uses any kind of matchmaking rating system to calculate relative skill of players, usually to match relatively similarly skilled people against each other in multiplayer. May use variables besides those signifying skill to match people.


Alternate names: MMR, Elo rating system

The first video game about Matchmaking Rating was released in 1998.

Microsoft Game Studios, LucasArts and Electronic Arts has published most of these games

The Elo rating system is named after its creator, Arpad Elo, so the name doesn't really "mean" anything.

This tag is only for the use of MMR, Elo, or other systems in order to match players of relatively similar skill against each other. Not for non-matched player skill rating systems that are only for show.
* TrueSkill — created by Microsoft for Xbox Live and Windows Live.

Parent group

Multiplayer: Matchmaking

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