The creator of SBMM Warzone has now taken the website offline following an order from Activision's lawyers.
Skill-based matchmaking, or SBMM, is a highly controversial topic for Warzone players. It is the system that matches you against other players of a similar skill level.
SBMM means that matches are more fairly balanced, but some fans think that it creates games that are way too competitive and ruins the fun. This has led to many streamers manipulating SBMM to get easy lobbies.
All of the info about exactly how SBMM works in Warzone can be found here.
This controversy surrounding matchmaking has led to apps and websites being set up to track your SBMM level in Warzone. However, these websites may not be around for much longer.
Warzone SBMM Tracking Website Taken Offline
The initial drama surrounding SBMM Warzone happened over the weekend. Find out why Activision sent lawyers to shut down the website here.
In a new Tweet SBMM Warzone has announced that their website will no longer display stats for Warzone games. The tweet says:
We’ve met Activision’s demand and have shut down our website. Your Warzone stats are no longer available. We still believe we can reach an agreement with Activision to provide you with the stats you love. Hey Activision, let’s partner up.@SbmmWarzone Twitter
It is certainly a shame that Activision has had the SBMM Warzone website shut down. However, the creator of the site still has some hope that they can get back up and running in the future.
Whether Activision will want to partner with them is another matter, though.
Meanwhile, a Warzone pro has claimed that the TTK is twice as quick as when the game launched. This is a huge problem!
Also, players can still get easy lobbies without the help of the SBMM Warzone website. Find out NICKMERCS' strategy to get easy lobbies in Warzone.
Finally, a Warzone leaker has promised that a new WWII inspired map will be coming in the future. This would be a total game-changer.