Classement mondial des Joueurs :

Tout ce qu'il faut savoir

As you compete in accredited tournaments in the Silph Arena your performance affects your global player rank. Increasing your rank can unlock new player tiers, earn you prestigious positions on the global leaderboard, and even qualify you for an invitation to exclusive tournaments on the path to becoming a world champion.

Ces informations répondront aux questions fréquemment posées et expliqueront les mécanismes liés au classement de joueurs.

Attendez-vous à des ajustements et améliorations ! La Silph Arena est constamment en train de s'améliorer - donc des ajustements et améliorations doivent être attendus comme nous sommes tous en phase de découverte. ❤

Les Bases : Classement du Joueur

You begin your journey in the Silph Arena at the first player tier: Trainer. Competing in ranked tournaments hosted by Silph League communities will provide you an opportunity to gain (or lose) player rank. As you battle with opponents, the Arena learns more about your skill level. Perform well and you will soon be on your way to greatness!

Niveaux de Joueurs

After beginning as a Trainer tier competitor, you can climb up through Rival, Challenger, Ace, and more. These will appear on your Travelers Card, on global, national, and community leaderboards, and beside your name when attending Tournaments. The progress bar indicates how close you are to climbing to the next tier. Player tiers and ranks will remain intact for the entire season and will be reset when the new season begins in 2020. Competitors will be rewarded for their final Season player tier when the season concludes.

Coupes Mensuelles

Each month the Arena hosts a global themed Cup with unique rules. These Cups are designed to be hosted and played by local communities and provide the largest opportunity for you to improve your player rank. That is because you may select one tournament during each Cup to receive extra weight and give your performance 10x more rank impact than non-weighted tournaments. Any additional Cup tournaments you participate in during the Cup will simply contribute towards your rank without the extra weight. (See Additional Ranked Tournaments below)

Votre Coupe pondérée

You must explicitly denote which Cup will receive rank weight each month while registering for that tournament. A checkbox will appear below your Battle Team selection for this purpose which is checked (opted-in) by default. This cannot be changed once a tournament begins, so choose carefully!

Note: As in Season 1, you may denote multiple Cups as 'eligible' for weighted rank impact. Weight will be assigned to the earliest of the Cups which qualified for rank, in chronological order of when their first round began.
Tournois Classés Supplémentaires

Aside from your one weighted (10x) Cup tournament each month, you may compete in as many additional ranked tournaments as you wish in the Arena (including additional Cup tournaments). However, only 10 additional tournaments can contribute to your player rank every month. These receive rank weight beginning at 1x weight and diminish linearly to 0x weight each time.

Trophées de Coupes

Competing in a Cup tournament that successfully concludes all matchups will earn each competitor a digital collectible trophy for your Trophy Case! You can view your Cup trophies on your Travelers Card at sil.ph/username. If you win a tournament, i.e. score (or tie with) the highest win count in the tournament, and it successfully qualifies for rank, you will receive a special gold-tier trophy variant. Earning the second-highest win count will earn a silver-tier trophy, while landing in the top half of the tournament will award a bronze-tier trophy. Winning very large tournaments can earn even higher trophy tiers - but these are very rare!

Comment le résultat du match impacte votre classement

When you compete in a tournament, the Arena software (silph.gg) will assign you opponents whom you will battle three times each. The Arena analyzes these data points on each competitor and their matchups and with this data constantly computes the global and national rankings! Winning matchups increases your player rank and losing them costs rank.

Trois combats par adversaire

Unlike the common Best of 3 format, opponents in the 2019-2020 Season always get three opportunities to battle each other. Each battle is a chance to prove your strength as a competitor. A close match (e.g. losing one battle and winning two) reveals a more even matchup than sweeping victories.

In Season 1, the Arena simply recorded the result of 'Best of 3' matches as a singular win or loss. This season, a loss affects player ranking no differently than in the prior Season, except now competitors who have gone 0-2 will have one more chance to prove the opponents' skill gap was actually narrow - and the leading opponent must prove their sweeping victory was more than luck by repeating their success in a third match.

A competitor may opt to concede this third match if they wish (at no ranking penalty). In the eyes of the Arena an 0-2 match is the same as an 0-3 match - and both affect player rank the exact same way as a simple 'Loss' from Season 1. But that competitor only stands to gain by playing the third match for one extra chance to prove the match was close!

Toutes les victoires augmentent votre classement - et chaque combat compte !

La force de l'adversaire

The strength of your opponent affects your potential rank gain or loss in each matchup. If a low-tier competitor defeats a highly-skilled player, the Arena learns that the low-tier competitor is actually much more skilled than expected and their player tier and rank will ascend more quickly than from victories with less-skilled opponents.

Les Poules du tournoi & l'égalité

Le gagnant du plus grand nombre de combats (sur les trois effectués par la même association de deux joueurs) sera déclaré vainqueur de cette association dans ce tournoi, et le gagnant du plus grand nombre d'associations sera couronné vainqueur du tournoi !

When ties occur for the highest match wins in a tournament, all top-scoring competitors will receive the highest level trophy awarded for their Trophy Case and are co-victors in the eyes of the Arena. For the sake of local event prizes and glory, however, Tournament organizers may elect to hold additional tie-breaking rounds or to use the provided Buchholz tiebreaker score (which displays the sum of each player's opponents' match wins) and, as a secondary tie-breaker, each competitor's total battle wins. Both numbers are displayed in the tournament point results table.

La saison compétitive : la voie du Champion Mondial

The 2019-2020 Competitive Season begins October 2019 and will feature 10 monthly Cups. Midway through the Season, the strongest competitors in each community will receive an invitation to compete at an exclusive Regional Invitational against the top competitors of other communities in the region. Victors of these Regional Invitationals will receive a coveted spot at the Continental Championships held in June, July, and August. At the end of the Season, the Continental Champions will come together to see who deserves the title of World Champion!

Communities around the globe will have an opportunity to apply to host their area’s Regional Invitational. The Silph Arena will select from those communities based on a number of factors, including a proven track record of successful, accredited Silph Arena tournaments and a demonstrated capacity to handle hosting a larger, multi-community tournament.

Les Championnats Continentaux et Mondiaux seront organisés par la Silph Arena dès la fin des Championnats Régionaux à invitations de la saison, quand les Champions Régionaux sont proclamés.

Se désengager des classements

Certains joueurs peuvent souhaiter participer à des tournois de l'Arena mais ne pas apparaître dans les classements ou voir leur stats affichées sur leur carte de dresseur. D'autres peuvent être disqualifiés pour avoir manipulé leur position GPS ('spoofing') ou ne pas avoir respecté le règlement.

Ces participants doivent sélectionner l'option Se désengager des classements dans la barre de navigation et déclasser leur compte de l'Arena de façon définitive.

Les joueurs non classés n'apparaîtront pas dans les classements locaux ou mondiaux. Ils peuvent cependant gagner des trophées dans leur collection et même remporter des tournois.

Foire Aux Questions

Cette catégorie sera régulièrement mise à jour avec les questions fréquemment posées sur le classement des joueurs.

Questions des participants

Est-ce qu'un tournoi avec plus de participants est meilleur pour mon classement ?

Bien que participer dans des tournois de plus grande envergure ne soit pas nécessaire pour remporter une invitation aux championnats régionaux, ceux-ci se déroulent sur plus de tours, ce qui signifie plus d'opportunités de combattre. Les grands tournois ont le potentiel pour vous offrir plus de points et améliorer votre classement, mais vous ne gagnerez qu'en étant performant dans un grand tournoi avec des participants redoutables.

Que se passe-t-il si je quitte une Coupe prématurément ?

Once a tournament you are registered for begins, that Cup will count for your rank (including receiving full weighted rank impact if applicable) as long as the tournament qualifies for rank (e.g. a Cup's final matches have been reported before the end of the Cup's final day and 8+ players complete multiple rounds). Cases where a player might be 'holding the Cup hostage' should be reported with evidence to the Arena team at team@silph.gg.

Que se produit-il si j'affronte un joueur non classé ?

Les victoires et défaites sont comptabilisées de la même façon dans votre rang que vous affrontiez un joueur classé ou non.

Questions des organisateurs

Que se passe-t-il si j'oublie de conclure un tournoi avant la fin du mois ?

Les tournois se terminent automatiquement à la fin d'un mois si l'organisateur oublie de le faire. Cependant, si tous les matchs ne sont pas terminés à temps le tournoi ne comptera pas dans le classement.

Est-ce que les communautés doivent accepter des tricheurs connus ou des joueurs déclassés à un tournoi ?

Community leaders do not have to admit competitors who violate their own community's rules. Cups or ranked tournaments are not required to be open invite (though this is strongly encouraged in the spirit of the Arena). However, officials may not bar competitors based on race, gender, religion, age, sexual orientation, or other similar attributes. Additionally, officials may not exclude or include competitors or groups of competitors in any attempt to manipulate or influence match or tournament outcomes, player rank, or leaderboards. Evidence of discrimination or attempts at match-fixing should be submitted to team@silph.gg and are taken very seriously. Communities found to be match fixing or discriminating are liable to lose accreditation and have their Season's tournaments de-ranked retroactively.


Si vous avez des preuves qu'un participant ou une communauté ne respecte délibérément pas les règles de l'Arena vous pouvez les envoyer à : team@silph.gg

©2019 The Silph Road | Tous droits réservés | @SilphGG | /r/TheSilphArena
Pokémon ainsi que les noms associés sont la propriété de Nintendo © -2019
Pokémon GO est une marque déposée et © de Niantic, Inc.
La Silph League Arena, Silph.gg et The Silph Road ne sont pas associés à Niantic Inc, The Pokemon Company, ou Nintendo.
Pour plus d'informations, contacter Team@TheSilphRoad.com