Apex Legends Rank Distribution (December 2023)

Nazmul Hassan
By Nazmul Hassan
4 Min Read
Credit: EA

Do you want to know how you stack up against the rest of the players in the Apex Legends rank distribution? If so, you’re in the right place.

Apex Legends introduced the rank system in Season 2: Battlecharge on July 2, 2019. Respawn named it the Ranked Leagues. At that time, the rank mode was only available for the Battle Royale playlist.

Since the rank system’s introduction, Respawn has made several changes to it throughout Apex’s lifespan. Additionally, millions of new players who now play ranked mode regularly joined the game later. So Respawn introduced additional ranks to maintain the game’s competitive integrity.

On top of that, Apex Legends also introduced Ranked Arenas on August 3, 2021. However, that was shut down due to its low popularity. So, in this article, we’ll solely focus on the BR rank distribution in Apex Legends Season 19.

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Apex Legends Rank Distribution

Respawn usually publishes rank data at the end of each season. So, there is no way of gathering Respawn’s data on Battle Royale Ranked Leagues before a season ends. However, Apexlegendsstatus, a third-party website, shares ranked data based on the 2.9 million active ranked players’ API databases.

Although 2.9 million players do not represent the total Apex Legends population in ranked leagues, it is a huge sample size. So, the data from Apexlegendsstatus is the most reliable and accurate right now. Also, the website excludes players who were unranked at the time of generating the data.

Moreover, keep in mind that not everyone plays Ranked every season. This Ranked distribution only accounts for the active Ranked players in an ongoing season. As a result, the Ranked population will always vary.

Note: As December has only started, the data you see currently will show the previous month’s stats. However, if you want real-time data, you can check out Apexlegendsstatus.

Here’s the complete Apex Legends rank distribution for December 2023:

Rookie 48.409%
Rookie 38.39%
Rookie 27.437%
Rookie 18.474%
Bronze 45.406%
Bronze 36.64%
Bronze 27.117%
Bronze 111.388%
Silver 44.721%
Silver 35.246%
Silver 24.909%
Silver 16.414%
Gold 42.786%
Gold 32.651%
Gold 22.205%
Gold 12.75%
Platinum 41.101%
Platinum 30.937%
Platinum 20.723%
Platinum 10.87%
Diamond 40.429%
Diamond 30.826%
Diamond 20.195%
Diamond 10.187%
data via apexlegendsstatus

Overall Distribution

  • Rookie: 32.71%
  • Bronze: 30.551%
  • Silver: 21.29%
  • Gold: 10.392%
  • Platinum: 8.069%
  • Diamond: 3.631%
  • Master: 0.262%
  • Predator: 0.065%

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There you go! Now you know which portion of players in the Apex Legends rank distribution you belong to. Additionally, as was already mentioned, this data is not directly from Respawn. Therefore, it shouldn’t be regarded as 100% accurate. Nevertheless, this article will give you a decent understanding of the rank distribution in Apex Legends Season 19.

By Nazmul Hassan FPS Editor
Nazmul is GameRiv's FPS editor. He is a marketing graduate with an immense passion for gaming. As an ex-professional CS:GO player, he holds a strong interest in other FPS titles like Apex Legends, VALORANT, and CoD. However, he also tries out other games when he is free.