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Wild Rift’s Ranked System: Ranked tiers, ranked fortitude, placement games, ranked marks, victory points, and more

Everything you need to know about League of Legends: Wild Rift ranked system and start playing Ranked on your Android/iOS immediately!
Wild Rift’s Ranked System: Ranked tiers, ranked fortitude, placement games, ranked marks, victory points, and more

League of Legends: Wild Rift, the mobile version of Riot Games popular MOBA title, is set for release on 27 October for Android and iOS.

With just a few days left until the release, you probably want to know more details about the Ranked System in Wild Rift.

Wild Rift Ranked System is built "on the legacy and strengths of League of Legends", but it also incorporates elements that will suit the needs of mobile MOBA players.

In this article, we will provide you with all the information about Wild Rift Ranked System and all its parts, both new and old.

Let's get started.

Queue Solo/Duo/Trios/Full team 

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In Wild Rift, there will be a single ranked queue for all party sizes/comps and you can queue as Solo/Duo, and in teams of 3 or 5 players.

And while there will be only one unique competitive queue, the system will always ensure that, whenever possible, teams of the same size always play against each other.

This means that, in the majority of situations, teams will have the same comp on both sides: 1-1-1-1-1 vs 1-1-1-1-1; 2-2-1 vs 2-2-1; 3-2 vs 3-2; and so on.

Master and above are restricted to solo queue only.

Ranked Draft

The draft mode will be available right from the very first game.

Unlike LoL's Ranked draft on PC, Champion Select unfolds a little differently in Wild Rift Ranked.

Role selection

Instead of position selection, the matchmaking system is optimized to build teams with as wide a mix of preferred positions as possible.

Draft Banning Phase 

Wild Rift Ranked mode does not currently have bans. This is because the champion pool is currently too small to support banning.

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Placement Games

With the start of each new season, all players are "unranked"

When players begin to play Ranked, first 10 games will be Placement games.

  • Players are given a starting rank after their first Placement game.
  • Each win earns 2 Ranked Marks.
  • Losing has no penalty.

Ranked Ladder Tiers

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Wild Rift Ranked Ladder has 10 tiers: Iron, Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum, Emerald (a new one), Diamond, Master, Grandmaster, and Challenger.

Promotion Series

When you are about to jump from one tier to another, let's say from Silver I to Gold IV, you will need to play the promotion series.

If you are successful with your promotion series, you will advance to the next tier with 1 Ranked Mark and temporary demotion protection.

How do these promotions work:

  • Iron–Bronze: 2 wins = success! 3 losses = failure.
  • Silver–Diamond: 3 wins = success! 3 losses = failure.
  • Master–Challenger: Without Promotion Series

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From Iron to Emerald

Ranked Divisions

Tiers Diamond and below are further subdivided into four divisions (for example. Silver I, II, III, and IV).

Ranked Marks

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Ranked Marks are the indicators around your ranked tier portrait that track your progress through each division of Iron, Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum, and Emerald Thiers.

Winning earns a Mark while losing removes one, except in Iron and Bronze where you don't lose anything.

The higher the ranked Tier, the more Marks (wins) is required in order to progress through Divisions.

Ranked Fortitude

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When players have a Win streak, they will be rewarded with Ranked Fortitude.

Ranked Fortitude is visually represented with a blue arched bar below your current Tier symbol.

When you earn enough Ranked Fortitude, it can protect you from losing a Mark when you lose a game.

And if you earn even more (full blue bar), you’ll be able to score two Ranked Marks from a win as a reward.

For more details, read the official Wild Rift Ranked Fortitude page.


From Diamond to Challenger

When players advance from Emerald to Diamond Tier, Ranked system is becoming more complex.

Victory Points

Progression at Diamond and above switches to Victory Points, which are similar to League Points (LP) from League of Legends PC version.

  • Victory Points are given when you win a game and taken away for a loss.
  • Players must gather 100 Victory Points to climb through each division of Diamond.
  • Players need to be active or their Victory Points will gradually decay until they are pushed back into Emerald.
  • In general, a ranked game a day is enough for Decay not to occur.

For more details, read the official Wild Rift Victory Points page.

Master, Grandmaster, and Challenger

The Master tier and beyond still make use of Victory Points, but the ranking system itself changes.

  • Master doesn't have a division system, but instead, players will be shown which percentage of players they are ranked above.
  • Grandmaster and Challenger players will see their exact position among other players of that rank. 
  • Leaderboards for Master and above update daily at 00:00 UTC and may take up to 15 minutes to fully update.
  • Master and above are restricted to solo queue only.