How to See MMR in League of Legends (Explained)

Find out why you are going up against high elo players.

Umer Cheema
Umer Cheema
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Have you ever wondered what your matchmaking rating (MMR) is and why you are being placed against opponents with higher ranks than you? Well, you’re in luck because we will show you how to see MMR in League of Legends.

Unlike other games like Dota 2, LoL doesn’t openly show your MMR. To find it, you need to use third-party websites or applications. With that said, let’s dive right in and see how you can check your MMR in League of Legends.

League of Legends: How to See MMR

How to See MMR

Since the game doesn’t show you the MMR openly, you need to use websites like mylolmmr or happysmurf to see MMR in LoL. This will allow you to calculate your MMR and see if you are being placed in fair matches or not.

Keep in mind that this often isn’t accurate and can be far off as well. For example, my Ranked Flex MMR is showing Silver despite me being in Platinum 1 and gaining more than 25 LP each game and only losing 13-15.

If your MMR is lower than your current rank, you will gain less LP and lose more. This is done to ensure that each player is in the correct rank. However, if your MMR is higher than your current rank, you will gain more LP and lose less.

Checking MMR
As you can see, my rank is Platinum 1 in Flex 5v5 but some of the websites show my MMR as Silver despite gaining positive LP per win.

To improve your MMR, you need to win matches as much as you can. Once the game detects that your MMR is higher than your rank, you will be placed in difficult matches. Your team will often be filled with low-ranked players while the enemy will have players that are from high elo.

This is mostly done to keep smurfs in check and discourage them. However, you can still win these games if you pick a 1v9 carry champion that can change the entire game.


That’s everything you need to know about MMR in LoL and how you can check it. Are you satisfied with your current MMR? If you win more games, your MMR will naturally increase; giving you tougher matches.

Do you think that LoL has a fair matchmaking system? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!

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By day, Umer loves writing about games and talking about them; by night, he is an avid gamer that loves playing League of Legends and RTS games. Being a massive fan of Metal Gear Solid, you'll find Umer always praising the legendary Hideo Kojima.
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