Are you a serious StarCraft II player looking to take your game to the next level? If so, it may be time to consider upgrading to an Elite account on SC2ReplayStats. With a range of powerful features designed specifically for hardcore players, an Elite account is the ultimate tool for improving your gameplay and tracking your progress over time.
So what exactly do you get with an Elite account? Let’s take a look at some of the key features:
- Personalized Performance Metrics: Elite members get personalized performance metrics that help them measure their gameplay across multiple dimensions, including macro and micro efficiency, build order execution, and strategic decision-making. These metrics are based on your replays and provide you with actionable insights into your gameplay strengths and weaknesses.
- Faster Replay Review: With an Elite account, your replays will be reviewed faster, which means you can get feedback on your gameplay and make improvements more quickly. You can also filter your replays by map, matchup, or player, making it easier to find and review specific games.
- Elite Replay Search Page: Elite members get exclusive access to the Elite Replay Search page, which allows them to search for and download replays from other members. This is a great way to study the strategies and tactics of other top players and learn from their gameplay.
- Priority Support: Need help with your account or have a question about a particular feature? Elite members receive priority support from the SC2ReplayStats team, ensuring that any issues or concerns are addressed promptly and professionally.
In short, upgrading to an Elite account on SC2ReplayStats is a must for any serious StarCraft II player. With a range of powerful features designed specifically for top players, an Elite account is the ultimate tool for improving your gameplay, connecting with other players, and taking your game to the next level. So what are you waiting for? Upgrade today and start dominating the competition!
The Sc2ReplayStats ladder challenge returns! For those unfamiliar with the Ladder Challenge, it is essentially a challenge to improve through a consistent play schedule. After you choose a goal for weekly number of 1v1 games played the Sc2ReplayStats.com website will track your progress from your upload replays. Along side the weekly number of games a few […]
2020 will go down as a horrible year for most everyone, I for one am glad to see it gone, but lets look at some of the numbers to wrap up the year! Year End Stats Total Replays Successfully Processed: 4,440,656 (30.1% Growth) 2019: 3,390,117 New Accounts Registered: 13,814 (19% Growth) 2019: 11,607 Flat File […]
Today I have released a new feature that will allow you to customize your charts even more!
New Dashboard The dream ever since I built the dashboard was to allow full customization of the dashboard based on what “you” the user wanted to see! Today that dream is 1 step closer! The new Dashboard allows you to add/remove/modify/move/save dashboard elements currently with 5 unique chart types. Line Chart The line chart allows […]
2019 had its up and downs for all of us, lets take a look at some of the stats compared to last year. Year End Stats Total Replays Successfully Uploaded: 3,390,117 (5.6% Growth) 2018: 3,211,282 New Accounts Registered: 11,607 (22.6% Decline) 2018: 15,004 Flat File Replay Data Storage: 1,399 GB (62.8% Growth) 2018: 859.1 GB […]
November 2019 Website Updates Changed the Active Army chart making the filters easier to use. Showing the players race/s on the opponents page. Improved signup process, making it easier to link your first account. Account Reporting Changes New Group by’s “Account” and “Account Winner”. Migrated off twitch’s legacy API Replays Older than 3 years (from upload […]
Its been a few months since the last email update but don’t worry I have been busy adding new features behind the scenes! April 2019 Website Updates More Options in the Global Replays Reporting tool Grouping by Weekday/Weekend New Metrics and new metrics UI New Elite Page – Account Replays Reporting (Beta) Using a very slimier UI […]
With the year coming to an end, I wanted to look back and compare 2018 to years past. 2018 Stats Total Replays Uploaded: 3,211,282 (61.5% Growth) 2017: 1,987,528 New Accounts Registered: 15,004 (98.8% Growth) 2017: 7,546 Flat File Replay Data Storage: 859.1 GB (57.6% Growth) 2017: 544.9 GB Drop.sc Total Replays: 2,362 (72% Growth) 2017: 1,373 Yearly Hosting Costs: $5,760 (39.9% Growth) 2017: $4,116 Sc2Replaystats/Drop.sc is still being fully funded by elite members! […]
The Global Replays Reporting allows you to drill down into the replay data over the last few seasons. You currently can include over 20+ metrics, 11 different group by options, and many filters to create any number of reports you might be interested in. Example 1v1 Win % by Matchup in the last 30 days […]