Here are your top 10 players for ranked play on GoatFormat.com in October. As the apocryphal phrase goes, some things have changed and some things have stayed the same. Lukaz and feufo managed to stay on top for the time being. Siwski managed to reclaim his long-lost seat in the top 10 alongside first-timer James400, while Anomalous and Rabbid fell off largely due to inactivity. Master Chief and NB96 are still in, but only at Platinum rank as opposed to Master. As the recently-crowned SJC Freeroll champion, Di4na continues her proud tradition of being too cool to climb to Master rank through ladder games. And last but not least, Loop, Shining Blue-eyes and ACP continue to hold up the outer limits of the top 10.
Congratulations to the top 10 Goat Format players of September 2019. All GoatFormat.com tournaments are counted as ranked games, we had 5 tournaments in the month of September and and the success of Lukaz, Di4na, Rabbid., and Loop in the SJC Freeroll tournaments is shown here with their presence in the top 10. If you want to prove you are a top Goat Format player join our discord server and participate in our ranked games/tournaments! We will be posting monthly top 10 rankings going forward, from October 2019 onward any player who makes it into the top 4 ranking will qualify for the GoatFormat.com World Championship in 2020. Look for more info on the GoatFormat.com World Championship coming your way soon!
The top rankings for Yu-Gi-Oh!'s Goat Format have been significantly shaken up since our last update. We've decided to change things up a bit ourselves here. Rather than just give you a breakdown of the top players by elo ranking, we have also started keeping track of our players' all-time money winnings from our freeroll tournaments. (We will be running these tournaments more frequently from now, so stay tuned for more announcements regarding tournaments.) Without further ado, here are your top3 players in prize winnings and your top10 players by elo...
Much has changed since the last time that we posted ratings, and yet much has stayed the same. A few players racked up some incredibly high elo scores only to lose them shortly after. For sure, ranked play can be a grind. Check out who our lastest group of top10 players is!
December of 2018 was the first full month of ranked play since GoatFormat.com went live. A few players were able to make our "Master Duelist" rank with fairly impressive winrates. Without further ado, we present the top10 ranked players out of 94 total players for the New Year. Remember that you can find Goat Format games and track your own ranking by joining our Discord server.
Many players have expressed interest in having a rankings system to keep track of everyone's match history and win rates in Goat Format, so we made one! To participate, join our discord channel and ask for ranked games in #find_opponents.
The rankings system is all managed by our GoatBot. Here are all of the commands that it takes:
!goatlossvs @tagUserHere : After you play a ranked match, the loser must report the loss using this command by tagging the person that he lost to. This is what enters the match into the database. Easy enough.
!goatstats : Use this command to check your lifetime stats and ranking. If you want to check the stats of someone else, tag them using !goatstats @tagUserHere.
!head2headgoat @tagUserHere : Use this to see your lifetime record against one particular player. Don't rub it in their face too much though.
!goattop numberGoesHere : Use this to check who the top ranked players are at any point. For example, !goattop 5 displays the highest ranked five players.
!legalgoat @tagUserHere : To encourage you to play a mix of different people, we only allow you to win 2 ranked matches against the same person twice in a 7-day time period. Use this command to check if you've already met that limit with a particular player.
!rankedgoats : To more easily find games of ranked goats, we have a taggable role called "Ranked Goats." Use this command to automatically add yourself to the role.
At the end of every 3 months, we'll post an update here with a list of the top10 players at that moment, so the entire site can see them. Do you think you can make the top cut?