Ladder Tournaments

Valorant Scoring System

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The next evolution of our scoring system is all about helping you climb and become the best version of yourself. With the vision of most comprehensively capturing your contribution to win the game, the new Gamercraft Score looks at the game's most important micro and macro aspects.

Ranging from 0 to 100, the scoring model combines several sub-scores, each centered around one aspect of the game.

This new iteration aligns more closely with our mission of converting your gaming talent and skills into value.

The Gamercraft Score — how it works

The Gamercraft Score is a composite score based on your in-game performance. It's built to most holistically capture your contribution to your team's victory, allowing each role, each champion, each tier, and — more globally — each team composition and playstyle to compete and have the same chances.

We measure your performance in relation to your team and opponents and your specific role.

How does the scoring system work?

Is it possible to reach 100 points?

Yes, it is possible, and you don’t need to be a pro to achieve it. You need to have a perfect Valorant game where you contribute to every aspect and move your team forward to victory.

What does the KDA sub-score measure?

The function of this scoring category is to capture how your performance influenced the game's outcome and how measured you were in securing kills and preventing deaths. Strategically, we do not measure KDA linearly. A game with 15 Kills, 1 Death, and 5 Assists does not mean you will get 20 KDA points in our scoring system.

We compare your own KDA with your opponent’s and the rest of your team to measure how impactful your kills, deaths, and assists were in securing the win.

A high KDA score means that you were the top contributor of kills and assists to your team and did not die too often, as dying too much negatively affects the score, even if your ratio is still high.

Lastly, it is important to remember that KDA scores are specific to the game our system measures.

Having a higher KDA from one game to another does not mean you get higher points for that latest game. It is relative to your teammate's and opponent's own KDA ratios.

What does the ADR sub-score measure?

  • Measures and rates the average damage you do per round, compared to all teammates’ and opponents’ ADR.

What does the ACR sub-score measure?

  • Measures your overall combat rating by considering your damage done, kills, multi-kills, and non-damaging assists.
  • Compared to all teammates’ and opponents’ ACR

What does the Frag Rating sub-score measure?

  • It measures the quality and importance of your kills: Headshot percentage, First Bloods, Multi Kill rounds (3K+)
  • The two most important things in our equation are: Are you the most precise in the game? Did you make important kills?
  • We then compare your frag rating to your teammates and opponents

What does the Econ Rating sub-score measure?

  • Measures the efficiency of the damage you deal compared to the amount of gold spent. The more damage you deal with less gold, the better your score.
  • The well-known formula for Econ rating: Damages / Spending
  • This is compared with all of your opponents and teammates.


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