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How the opponent’s squad value influences your chances of winning

Spence Purnell shares his views on how heavily the squad value of the opponent influences your chances of winning the match.

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Does FUT have an unnatural amount of even results?

In this article, we drive the final nail in the coffin for the idea that EA has implemented some kind of logic to level the playing field.

Not exactly even, but perhaps quite typical to FUT

We couldn’t find an example of a draw on google pic search. Perhaps not a coincidence?

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Myths and facts about FUT seasons

A lot of confusion and misunderstandings surround FUT seasons. We decided to put this article together to provide some real insight.

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How ELO matchmaking picks your next opponent

Understanding matchmaking in FUT is a key issue. In an earlier article, we confirmed that FUT seasons matches you against opponents with similar skills, in effect what is known as ELO matchmaking. Based on those findings, an intriguing question came up: If our opponents are as skilled as ourselves, then how come that some players win 60 % of their matches, while others only win 20 %? In this article, we try to come up with a qualified guess to answer that question.

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Average players can also make it to division 1

An understandable and normal perception is that division 1 is for the elite players. Consequently, making it to division 1 is considered proof that you belong to the elite. As we however will demonstrate below, this is a misunderstanding. As a matter of fact, players with average skills eventually will make it to the upper divisions. All it takes is a moderate bit of patience.

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