Bellatormonk, on 20 March 2017 - 10:25 PM, said:
Sorry but the stats do not support your claim. Your WR is steadily declining according to the charts. Yes we are all in the same player base except the main difference is what time slot you play in. You might play in a time period where more experience older players are on and some play when there a metric crap ton of kids and people riding the public bus are on and barely paying attention to their little WoTb app as the other 2-3 good players struggle to carry.
It's really not a hard concept to understand that the MM is subject to such variables. It's not like we all draw a MM pool of 100 Unicums and 100 40%ers no matter the time we play. There could 20 Unicums on and 1000 40%ers on in the same 3 hours period whereas another time there are 500 Unicums and 300 40%ers.
Do you grasp some of the variables now. I am so tired of hearing people say the MM is just okie dokie and their WR is not affected by the large pool of losers playing the game when you are so obviously wrong. Lastly lets also realize the vast majority of us don't Platoon 30-58% of our matches and therefore cannot carry the team as effectively when there are 5 window lickers on the team. McFly...McFly...?
Not sure where you are getting your numbers from... My 30 day win rate is a little over 61% while my career is a little over 57%. Also I have 0.00% platoon rate over the past 30 days and a career platoon rate that is less than 6%.
Seriously the folks who blame matchmaking for their poor performance are usually average to sub par players who are unable to admit that they are the problem when it comes to their winrate.
60% winrate players make up less then 10% of the playerbase. The only way to guarantee having a 60% winrate player on your team is to be the 60% winrate player.
In other words... Players need to Git Gud.
Edited by SpartacusDiablo, 21 March 2017 - 12:51 AM.
If you want to talk tanks then head on over to the Bunker.
If you are always on the losing team it may be time to admit that "the team" isn't the problem...