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Hikernl| Hikernl 4/10/2017 07:10:22
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Can someone please explain to me how the MVP is being calculated?

How come i didn't get to be the MVP?  

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Joseph| Joseph 4/10/2017 19:48:42
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Hikernl replied at 4/11/2017 01:07
Thanks guys you are probably right but it doesn't feel right.

Thanks for your feedback about this. I think the idea behind why even if you have the highest total damage for these, is that the circumstance in which the damage was being dealt. Low, sustained damage over a long period of time that doesn't result in any kills might be seen as not having as large of an effect as a few decisive assists/kills in team fights.
The other player had 8-1-6, so that ended up giving that player 8.9 vs. your 8.7, resulting in the MVP.

Though I haven't received too many detailed opinions on how MVP should be calculated, I'll share this with the team.
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Break| Break 4/10/2017 12:45:12
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Kda = kill + assist / death, high kda = mvp

Zanis kda = 12
Taara kda = 14
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Carbon| Carbon 4/10/2017 10:33:33
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Kill+assists ?
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Hikernl|  Author| Hikernl 4/10/2017 17:07:15 From the mobile phone
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Edited by Hikernl at 4/11/2017 01:26

Thanks guys you are probably right but it doesn't feel right.


I did most dmg in total, most dmg to enemy heroes, destroyed most towers, took least dmg.
I think these stats should also be added to the equation, because that truly defines a Most Valuable Player

When i play with violet or valhein in a team, they will have a lot of kills because they easily take the last shot and steal the kill even if i did 90% of the dmg to that enemy.




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Hikernl|  Author| Hikernl 4/11/2017 10:33:45
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Thanks for the feedback Joseph.
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Normmsss| Normmsss 4/14/2018 23:59:08 From the mobile phone
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Explanation please
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From_Hell| From_Hell 5/1/2018 18:32:30
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Edited by From_Hell at 5/1/2018 06:40 PM

It’s too blurry to tell, but if you had more deaths that’s probably why. If you want to be MVP don’t die. Seriously you can get MVP even with characters like Nakroth just by not dying. This doesn't mean be idle or AFK. You still need kills/assists of course, but prioritize survival over kills/assists to gain better odds of achieving MVP.

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Rongaulius| Rongaulius 5/3/2018 09:52:25
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Agree with @break.  That has been my observation.  The algorithm seems to weight kills and assists almost identically, so the "Participation" stat is the biggest one to go for.  And then of course, keep your deaths down.  Does that mean the MVP award always goes to the best player on the team?  Or to the one who truly had the greatest impact?  Not necessarily.  But generally, it's a pretty good rule.  Far better than in MLBB; in that game, kills and deaths are pretty much all they factor.  Assists...well, you've gotta have about 2-3 assists to equal one kill in the MVP calculator.  AoV does, in my opinion, a much better job rewarding team play rather than padding individual stats.
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