There are (too) few players at the bottom and at the top. However, for everything in between, the waiting time is pretty minimal, also depending on the time of day. I usually find a match within the minute when playing ranked or classic.is the waiting time gets worse as you move up the rank?
Even in real life sports you have different leagues. And while it's possible you have to face off against a new Kobe in the making, on average, your opponent(s) will be of similar strength. This is especially true for ranked matchmaking, which also has been explained in the other thread.it's pvp so everyone is bound to meet some elite players out there and almost impossible to separate the elite and average joes like me with card game and I'm fine with it. [...] It's like I'm playing basket ball with kobe [...]
If you mean the waiting time to find an opponent, in my experience, it rather depends on what hour of the day or night you choose to play. It really fluctuates, depending on how many players of the same rank are on-line at a given time.is the waiting time gets worse as you move up the rank?
You should reach the top by spending a few hours to the game, be patientseeing how much time people spend time, energy to reach elite levels on some of these online games can be quite scarry. It's like I'm playing basket ball with kobe, shaq, lebron james.
I added one. I play both ranked and arena. Arena reminds me of MTG Booster Draft I used to play a long time ago. What I particularly like about arena is that each deck I face is unpredictable and each game feels fresh and unique compared to ‘constructed’ modes. Therefore it’s more fun for me. I also like it feels like a mini-tournament.Arena with zero votes. Yup sounds about right.