3v3 Arena Carry
Selecting the 3v3 option will pair you with two other rank 1 players that will fit with your class. During these sessions, you will be playing in some intense games as your MMR and rating will increase as you continue to win. It’s also important to note that if you’re looking to obtain titles and rewards at the end of the PvP season, then you must have your rating in 3v3. This is the perfect way to go if you’re looking for a risk-free way of earning your rewards.
2v2 Arena Carry
This option will allow you to pair up with one other player. It is important to note that the 2v2 bracket no longer rewards players at the end of the season with titles or mounts. Your rating must be achieved in 3v3 in order for you to receive any rewards at the end of the season. However, if you’re looking for more of a one on one session, this is perfect for you.
Hourly Based Boosting
If you are confident in your skills, an hourly boost will be the cheaper option in many cases.
WoW Arena Rewards
PvP gear and weapons can be obtained through drops as you win games in arena. The higher your rating, the higher the item level will be. The end of match rewards will not happen every match. They will occur occasionally, as well as a guaranteed random piece of gear from a cache in Mugambala or Hook Point every week. There are multiple tiers of gear that drop. You can follow the chart below:
Rating – Item Level
- 0- 1500 – 425
- 1600-1799 – 430
- 1800-2099 – 435
- 2100 – 2399 – 445
- 2400 and up– 455
Please keep the table above in mind while you are purchasing the boost you want. This will give you an idea of what kind of gear to expect once your boost is complete.
Boosts starting from 0 rating up to 2100 have 7 hour time limit and can be assessed within the first queue session if more will be required. From there, you are able to make a decision to adjust your order.
Titles & Mounts
The PvP titles have been changed for Battle for Azeroth. Rank 1 still remains the top .01% of the ladder, however other titles are rewarded by achieving a specific rating in addition to 50 wins. The list of titles and ratings can be seen below:
- 1400 rating earns the “Combatant” title.
- 1600 rating earns the “Challenger” title.
- 1800 rating earns the “Rival” title.
- 2100 rating earns the “Duelist” title.
- 2400+ rating earns the “Elite” title.
To achieve the ‘Gladiator’ title and mount, you must then win 50 games without dropping out of the ‘Elite’ bracket. You will not have to start over from 0 if you drop out of the bracket at any time.
It is very important to understand how the new title rewards system works. If you have questions about any of this, please don’t hesitate to contact us through live chat or the contact form.