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Rainbow Six Siege Coach Lycan Slams MMR Rollback System: “It Is Not A Positive Thing”

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Justin Woods, known as “Lycan,” is a 32-year-old American Rainbow Six Siege coach who has been working for Spacestation Gaming since March 2018. In the recent history, he led his team to win the United States Nationals 2019, Six Invitational 2020, and Pro League Season 11.

Lycan has shared his opinion about MMR rollback system in the game by sharing a new post on his official Twitter account and explained how bad it is right now.

MMR rollback system is created to help the community about the cheater problems by giving or taking back the elo after banning a cheater. However, people are not getting their elo’s lots of times, and they even lost their elo’s pretty often after beating the cheaters.

In the tweet, Lycan criticized this system by saying that he never see it being a positive thing. He stated that the system is not protecting people from cheaters because he almost always sees that this system is punishing people for beating bad cheaters.

Here is what Lycan said:

“I honestly wonder if the MMR adjustment system should just be removed for now and redone later. I almost never see it being a positive thing. I hardly see it protecting people from cheaters and I almost always see it punishing people for beating bad cheaters.

Maybe that’s just how it is at high levels but it does ‘good’ at lower MMR? I’m not sure but it seems like almost every day someone is complaining about it. It was brought in to appease the masses and it seems like it has done the opposite.”

You can read the tweets below.

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