Rocket League Silver I

What is Silver I in Rocket League?

Silver I in rocket league is, in our books, the first legitimate rank occupied by some genuine Rocket League players. However, the players that you encounter within this rank will be rookies and poor players who don’t offer much of a challenge to even an adept player. Still expect to see plenty of ball chasing, no rotating and most of the football being played along the ground.

What is The MMR For Silver I?

To become a bronze II player in Rocket League your MMR needs to be approximately between 288-341 MMR depending on the game mode you play in matchmaking. Below you can find the range of Silver I players and their various MMR rankings depending on which game mode they are playing:

Silver I is divided into four divisions and makes up about 0.40% of all Rocket League players. 

Is Silver I a Good rank?

As we mentioned, this is the first genuine and legit rank where you will find players who actually play the game semi-regularly. These players are really poor though and are generally out for solo glory. If you stick to playing a tactical game and doing the basics well, you will win almost everytime. In short, it may play host to some regular players but it doesn’t play host to any skilled players. Including the ranks below, this makes Silver I players rank in the top 97,59% of all ranked players.

How Many Hours to Achieve Silver I?

We reckon that most players will at least achieve this rank through their placement matches. So in most circumstances, you will achieve silver 1 naturally. However, if we assume that you are a complete novice to Rocket League and games of this nature. You may need to put in 10-30 hours of practice before you rattle through your ranking placement games to ensure you rank within Silver one.

How to Improve from Silver I

Here are a number of things that players can do to rise up the ranks and improve their game when ranked in Silver 1:

  • Never hesitate. If you commit to a challenge, you need to do your best to make it work
  • Do the basics, the fancy stuff will only lead to unnecessary risk and potentially losing
  • Don’t ball chase, instead predict the flight of the ball, read the game and position yourself accordingly
  • Keep using the training and workshop functions to hone your craft.
  • Play all roles on the field, don’t be a glory hog or a static keeper.
  • Try to practice rotating but only if your teammate is capable of doing the same.