Pokemon Unite’s Ranking System and Ranks, Explained

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Pokémon Unite is a competitive-focused MOBA game and of course, it can’t do without a ranking system. This guide is created to explain to you the basics of the ranking system in Pokémon Unite.

How to Unlock Ranked Matches in Pokémon Unite

Unlocking Ranked Matches in Pokémon Unite doesn’t take much time. You just need to reach Trainer Level 6. After that, you will be able to choose a Ranked match in your lobby.

Ranks in Pokémon Unite Explained

The Ranking system in Pokémon Unite is simple, once you understood how it works. First of all, you need to learn about Fair Points. This is the way to mark your reputation. If you play well and fair, you will get some Fair Points. If you act like a toxic player (rage quitting, staying AFK, etc.), your Fair Points will be decreased. You need to have 79 Fair Points to be able to play Ranked Matches.

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The next thing you should learn about is Ranks. There are 6 Ranks and a little number of classes inside them. When you win the Ranked match you get your class increased on 1 and of course when you lose your class is getting decreased by 1. There is a list of ranks with the number of classes in them:

  • Beginner – 3 classes
  • Great – 4 classes
  • Expert – 5 classes
  • Veteran – 5 classes
  • Ultra – 5 classes
  • Master – no classes

The Master Rank doesn’t have any classes. You will just get your victory points scored inside it.

Rank Rewards in Pokémon Unite

Pokémon Unite is a season-based MOBA game, so you will get the reward at the end of the season based on the rank you’ve made by the end of it. The current Season reward is Aeos Tickets. The special in-game currency that can be used to buy something in the Shop. The number of Aeos Tickets you’ll get goes up for each cup. If the player reached the Expert Rank before the end of a current Season it will get a special Clothing Set. The next Season might have different rewards.

As the last note, play your matches carefully, and if you win more than you lose you will get your rank increased gradually.

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