Late last year, PUBG Mobile introduced a ranking system to the experience, which helped detail exactly how good you are at the game.

This isn’t a replacement for levelling, nor is it a fancy new season pass thing. This just basically lets you see at a glance how good you are at the game.

In this guide, we’re going to detail exactly how the ranking system works in PUBG Mobile. We’ll also give you some tips on how to boost through the ranks at a faster rate. That way you can get on with showing off to your friends.

PUBG Mobile Rankings List

There are eight different ranks you can achieve in PUBG Mobile:

  • Bronze
  • Silver
  • Gold
  • Platinum
  • Diamond
  • Crown
  • Ace
  • Conquerer

It’s worth noting at this point that you have a separate rank for each different

Each rank from Bronze up to Crown has five different tiers you have to progress through, while Ace is just the single tier.

Conquerer is interesting as you only gain this ranking if you’re one of the top 500 Ace ranking players on the server.

Basically, you’ve got to be really good to get that one.

How to Increase Your Rank in PUBG Mobile

To put it bluntly, playing well in PUBG Mobile will increase your rank, but what does that mean?

Well, PUBG Mobile rewards players for doing two things: killing other players and surviving for as long as possible.

We recommend playing each game with the aim to survive as long as possible if growing your rank is a priority.

Find a quiet area to land and just dig in. Sneak around and try and finish in the top 10 as often as possible and you should fly up the ranks.

Should I try and Rank Up in All modes?

We wouldn’t recommend that, as it’s very time-consuming. You’ll also end up getting way less rewards than players that commit to a specific mode too.

At the end of a season of PUBG, which typically lasts four months, you get a reward crate based on the highest rank of any mode you play.

So it pays off to dedicate yourself to a single mode and power yourself through the rankings as high as you can.