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According to its CEO, Jonathan Badeen, Tinder uses a variation of ELO scoring to determine how members rank among the site’s userbase, and therefore, which profiles to suggest and whose queues profiles show up in.
Invented by the physics professor Arpad Elo to determine rankings among chess players, ELO assigns ranks by judging players’ presumed skill levels against each other.
But because the high-ELO community has deemed you worthy, your queue will be filled with them while the type of people you’re actually interested in remain out of reach.
And then there are the users who have trouble finding matches at all, the Tinder equivalent of ELO Hell.
Your ELO is determined by the supposed desirability of the people who think you’re worth dating.
If you want Tinder to think more highly of you, you need to match up with a greater number of popular users and fewer unpopular users.
A familiar modern scenario: You spend hours in matchmaking waiting to get picked for a quick game of Halo, but see no results.
You’re swiping right all day on Tinder, but nobody swipes back.
Just as more matches become available when a Call of Duty player “ranks up,” Tinder queues mysteriously start to fill with prospects when the app’s users deem you “more desirable.” So how does this happen?We have a friendly staff and community which can also be quite random sometime.We host events such as Cards against humanity, Uno, Detective, and many more!But attraction is a personal thing, and a system like this might leave many feeling under-served.What if higher-ELO people match with you, but you’re actually interested in the type of people who normally have lower-ELO ranks?
Coined by the League of Legends community as being stuck in lower-level matches or not even being able to find opponents, ELO Hell is when a player is stuck below what they consider to be their skill level (which is often blamed on incompetent teammates).