CSGO | Trust Factor Check Guide

What is Trust factor in Counter Strike Global Offensive and how do we improve it?

 

 

About the guide:

This guide consists of a few FAQs about trust factors in CS:GO and a few tips to determine what your trust factor can be. There are a few tips on how to improve your trust factor as well so keep reading…


 

 

What factors are considered in Trust Factor matchmaking?

At this time we are not providing the list of factors used in the Trust Factor matchmaking system. We don’t want players to have to worry about any particular action while they’re playing CS:GO or other games on Steam. Additionally, Trust Factor matchmaking will get continuous updates, and any list of factors would become outdated very quickly. In general, Trust Factor is determined by looking at a user’s past experience in CS:GO and on Steam to ensure the system is as accurate as possible.

 

 

Can I check my Trust Factor?

Currently, there is no way to check your Trust Factor. The goal with Trust Factor is to provide a better matchmaking experience without players having to worry about optimizing anything. Trust Factor matchmaking will try to match similar players, but like skill groups, the range of players on a server will vary depending on the time of day, the player’s region, and the maps they are queuing for.


 

I am being shown a warning before queuing with a player. What does this mean?

Before beginning a Competitive match, players with Prime status on their account will be told if a member of their lobby (who is also opted into Prime) will affect their matchmaking experience due to their Trust Factor. This message will only show to players who have Prime status and will only show for players who are also opted into Prime. The two messages you may receive are:

  • Your matchmaking experience may be slightly impacted because the Trust Factor of (player) is lower than yours.
  • Your matchmaking experience will be significantly affected because the Trust Factor of (player) is substantially lower than yours.

Either of these messages indicates a player in your lobby has a lower trust score than you and may negatively affect the quality of your match. As a player’s Trust Factor improves this message will show to fewer users.


 

What can I do to improve my Trust Factor?

The only way to improve your Trust Factor is to be a positive member of the CS:GO and Steam community. Trust Factor matchmaking will continue to be adjusted, but all players have to do to improve their matchmaking experience is to continue playing CS:GO and other Steam games legitimately. The more a user plays, the more information the system has and the easier it will be for the system to determine who they should be matched with.

Getting commendations also helps in improving your trust factor, so make sure to behave nicely and play in a healthy manner.


 

Does Prime status improve my Trust Factor?

Yes. Phone numbers and CS:GO Rank are among the factors used in the new Trust Factor matchmaking system. Users who had Prime Status before will benefit from this and their in-game experience. If you have not linked your Steam account with a phone number for Prime we encourage you to do this; doing so will improve your matchmaking experience.


 

Will new players have a low Trust Factor?

Not necessarily. Trust Factor is impacted by a user’s experiences on Steam and in CS:GO. Try to be a positive member of the Steam Community. If you have a good past track record, you will likely enter CS:GO with a high Trust Factor.


 

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That will conclude this Short FAQ and Trust factor check Guide for CS:GO. Thanks for reading!

 
 

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