In Rocket League, the ranking system consists of ten ranks, from the lowest rank of “Unranked” to the highest rank of “Grand Champion.” Each rank is further divided into three divisions, with the exception of the “Grand Champion” rank, which is not divided into divisions.
The divisions for each rank are as follows:
- Bronze: Bronze I, Bronze II, Bronze III
- Silver: Silver I, Silver II, Silver III
- Gold: Gold I, Gold II, Gold III
- Platinum: Platinum I, Platinum II, Platinum III
- Diamond: Diamond I, Diamond II, Diamond III
- Champion: Champion I, Champion II, Champion III
- Super Champion: Super Champion I, Super Champion II, Super Champion III
- Grand Champion: N/A (not divided into divisions)
In general, each division represents a range of Skill Rating (SR) within a rank. As players win ranked matches, their SR will increase, and they will move up in division. If they lose ranked matches, their SR will decrease, and they may move down in division.
Overall, each rank in Rocket League is divided into three divisions, with the exception of the “Grand Champion” rank, which is not divided into divisions. The divisions represent a range of Skill Rating within a rank and are used to track a player’s progress within a rank.