KW Studios has released their new ranked schedule for RaceRoom. With a multitude of daily races across three different classes, start your career in the rookie servers and work your way up the competitive ladder.
How Ranked Works
Raceroom uses a common ELO-based ranking system to categorize users. Every account will start at 1500 ELO which fluctuates depending on your results in the races. Your reputation ranking is also a major factor in the level of race you will be entered into. Crash too much, and you will find yourself in a lower split. Race cleanly and fairly, and you will fly up the competition ladder.
The third aspect of your rating is the activity score which is generated from how active a player is in ranked servers. Peaking at 5, the activity level is purely a spectrum to determine how active certain players are and grouping them in ranked servers where possible.
Raceroom Ranked Requirments
AM races require a minimum of 75 Reputation points to enter, whereas Pro servers require a minimum reputation of 80. The featured events are also laid out in the same way, meaning you will have to have obtained a minimum of an AM license to compete in the two open setup races.
The ranking system in Raceroom rewards consistency and a high quantity of races completed. Whilst not as complex as a sim like iRacing, Raceroom has a game-changing update in the works. Take a look at what the update has in store here or in the video below.
Rookie And AM+ Class
Audi Sport Cup TT 2015/16 – Zandvoort GP 2019
NSU TTS – Portimao (GP)
AM Class – 78
Porsche Carerra Cup DE 23 – Donington (National)
GTR 3 – Suzuka (GP)
GTR 3/Mazda DPI – Silverstone (GP)
Pro Class – 85
GTR 4 – Hockenheimring
Praga Cup – Silverstone GP
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