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Pokémon Unite medals meaning and how to earn all of them

Pokémon Unite includes over ten medals that players can earn while playing based on their achievements in the game.
In Pokémon Unite, players can form squads to participate in 5v5 games by picking up their favourite Pokémon. The goal is to train the Pokémon to defeat the opponents, collect the Aeos energy they drop and then deposit it into one of their opponents’ goal zones to score points. After the match time is over, the team with the higher number of points is the winner. 

After each game, players will get different medals that you can see under everyone’s name based on their achievements in the game. While they don’t give you any advantage or bonus in the Pokémon Unite, they definitely help showcase your skills to other players. Since no description is available for these medals in the game, players are confused about what do each medal in Pokémon Unite means and how to earn them. 

Pokémon Unite medals: How to earn and their meaning

Pokemon Unite medals meaning and how to earn all of them
A player can earn more than one medal in a single match in Pokémon Unite. (Picture: The Pokémon Company)
  • MVP medal: This medal is given to the player with the best overall performance in the game based on factors like KOs, assists, points scored, the support given to teammates and more.

  • Assist medal: The player with the most number of assists in a match will get the Assist medal. It means you will have to help your teammate knockout opponents without taking the kill.

  • Highscore medal: This is given to the player who scores the most in a game, which means they have to collect and deposit the most Aeos energy to score the most number of goals.

  • Healer medal: Player who has healed the most damage in the game including themselves and the teammates will be awarded this medal. 

  • Damage medal: This medal is given to the player who takes the most damage in the game. The damage dealt by wild Pokémon is not considered in this case.

  • KO medal: The player who takes the most number of KO’s or knockouts throughout the game will get the KO medal. 

  • Goal Interrupt medal: You will get this medal if you stop the most number of goals by your opponents in a game. 

Pokemon Unite medals meaning and how to earn all of them
Medals are displayed under the name after each game. (Picture: The Pokémon Company)
  • Silver All-Rounder medal: This medal is awarded to the player who performs the best in the game and has scored at least 70 points.

  • Silver Attacker medal: Player who scores the highest in the game and has at least 70 points will get the Silver Attacker medal. 

  • Silver Defender medal: This is given to the player who defends the highest number of goals in a game and has at least 70 points.

  • Silver Speedster medal: Player who is the best performing Speedster type Pokémon in the game with 70 points or more will get this medal.

  • Silver Supporter medal: This is given to the best supporter in the match and has at least 70 points. 

  • Gold All-Rounder medal: This medal is awarded to the player who performs the best in the game and has scored at least 80 points.

  • Gold Attacker medal: Player who scores the highest in the game and has at least 80 points will get the Silver Attacker medal.

  • Gold Defender medal: This is given to the player who defends the highest number of goals in a game and has at least 80 points.

  • Gold Speedster medal: Player who is the best performing Speedster type Pokémon in the game with 80 points or more will get this medal.

  • Gold Supporter medal: This is given to the best supporter in the match and has at least 80 points. 

A single player can earn more than one medal in a single game, and there is also a possibility that you don’t earn any one of them based on your performance.

 

You can find more news, guides, announcements and updates in our section dedicated to the Pokémon franchise.

Featured image courtesy of The Pokémon Company.