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Leaderboard
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At the end of a round, a scoreboard panel is displayed that shows:
* [[the number of kills you acheived achieved in the round]]
* [[name of player (or bot) who killed you]]
* [[final position (rank) for that round (rank 1 is last man standing) and]]
* [[total number of games played during an unknown period (e.g. 1 week, or 1 month, or over last 100 days)]]
* [[average final round score over most recent games played]]<br/>
 
There is some debate over whether the latter factor (final round score) is based on ''numerical score'' (i.e. points for kills plus points for final position) or final rank only (i.e. rank 1 is last man standing, rank 2 is second, and so on) The argument supporting a rank based on final ''position'' rather than ''score'' is that in a Battle Royale game, being last man standing is more important than number of kills, and therefore players who often win the round should be ranked higher than players who get lots of kills, but more often finish second or lesser. Since either calculation method would arguably produce similar observable affect of game outcomes to ranking, the 'jury is out' on which method is most likely to be used ;-)
 
Observation of my own rank over the many months of playing Stand Out, I suspect a formula something like:<br>
{| class="wikitable"
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| score sum of last X games over last Y days
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|}
{| class="wikitable"
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| score sum of last 100 games over last 60 days
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|}

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