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You will only be queued against people that have a phone number tied to their Steam account and are at least level 21 without service stars lvl 21 is about hours of game time i think. Last edited by Kuroodo ; 6 Apr, 9: Originally posted by Kuroodo:. Use prime if you plan to take CSGO seriously and or want to have fun.
What does Prime Matchmaking do? :: Counter-Strike: Global Offensive General Discussions
Last edited by neck. Originally posted by BaumThreat:. Skill Groups are displayed in the main menu, in party lobbies, and in the match scoreboard once the Skill Group has settled. When are Skill Group emblems shown in the party lobby?
Any player with a settled Skill Group will display it in lobbies to other players. Should I still use competitive matchmaking? Competitive matchmaking will match you with other players of similar skill, which is more likely to result in a fun match than jumping into a random game.
The Trust Factor
Should I avoid partying with lower skilled friends because they will hurt my rating? Firstly, the matchmaking system will take your lower-skilled friend into consideration when finding a match. And second, the system makes a prediction about how well each team member will perform in a match. So losing a match with a lower skilled player on your team is not likely to significantly impact your Skill Group.
If you always play your best then your Skill Group will provide you with well matched teammates and opponents. How can you predict my skill in only winning 10 games? When you play your first game, we have no idea what your skill is. As you play more games, we use those wins and losses to make predictions about what Skill Group we think you should be in.
GO rank of 21, to help ensure a reasonably consistent level of skill and commitment between connected players. But that "created a hard boundary in the CS: GO community, and players who might otherwise be perfectly happy playing together were separated," Valve said in a blog post.
Enter the optimistically-named Trust system. We started with that question, and have been experimenting with matching players using observed behaviors and attributes of their Steam account, including the overall amount of time they had spent playing CS: GO, how frequently they were reported for cheating, time spent playing other games on their Steam account, etc," Valve wrote.