We’re past the halfway point of Season 12 for Overwatch’s competitive playlist, but how much time do you have left to get to that coveted Grandmaster rank? Here’s everything you need to know.
Competitive Play is the ranked playlist for Overwatch and sees players locked into each game for a full map. You need to reach level 25 before the mode becomes available.
Modes include Escort, Assault, Control and Hybrid and each player must take part in a total of 10 placement matches before being allocated their initial rank for each season.
Ranking is based on a Skill Rating (SR) that ranges from 1 to 5,000, and each skill tier falls somewhere on that spectrum.
Season 12 began on August 31 and is currently in full swing. Below you can find all of the relevant information about Season 12’s end date, Season 13’s start date, and
Competitive Overwatch seasons last for around two months. Season 12 is expected to end on October 28 at 17:00 PT (For European players, it will end on October 28 at 01:00).
That gives you just under a month (at the time of writing this article) to grind out those competitive match wins and earn a greater reward at the end of the season.
Your SR will change after every match that you play depending on the result. The tiers begin at Bronze and advance all the way to Grandmaster.
The SR required for each of these ranks is as follows:
Your rank at the end of each season determines how many Competitive Points you receive.
These Competitive points can be used as an alternative currency to Credits for purchasing cosmetic items.
The Competitive Points rewards for each rank are as follows:
It is currently unknown exactly when Season 13 will begin, but expect it to come within a few days of Season 12 ending.