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List of Esports Statistics

List of Esports Statistics

In Esports, there are a variety of different games that can be played. A lot of games use the same statistics, but some games have their own. Some popular games include Dota 2, Counter-Strike, Overwatch, Call of Duty, Fortnite, FIFA, NBA 2K, Rocket League, Hearthstone, League of Legends, Apex Legends, Starcraft, and World of Warcraft. Esport statistics are used to keep track of a player's achievements throughout a game. Below you can find some of the statistics and the meanings behind them.


List of Esports Statistics

  • AST: An assist is a statistic that can be used in sports games and first-person shooter games. In sports games, it determines how many times a player has helped another player score. In an FPS game, it determines how many times a player has contributed to the kill of an opponent.
  • CS: In the game League of Legends, a Creep Score determines how many killing blows a player has achieved with enemy minions.
  • CKPM: In first person shooter game, Combined Kills Per Minute tracks how many kills and deaths a player has each minute. This statistic is used to show how aggressive a team or player is. It is calculated by adding a player or team's death and kills and dividing it by the total minutes played.
  • Deaths: This is a statistic used in first-person shooter games. It determines how many times a player dies per game.
  • DPL: In first-person shooter games, Deaths per Loss determines how many deaths a player had throughout all games lost. It is calculated by dividing the total deaths acquired in all games lost and divided by all games lost.
  • DQ: Disqualification is a statistic that shows how many times a player has been disqualified from a game.
  • Eliminations: This is a statistic that occurs when a player is voted out or removed from a game. There are several ways this could happen, such as failing to complete a task, getting voted out, or not meeting certain requirements.
  • Gank: This is a statistic used in the game League of Legends. It calculates how many enemies are killed in a lane with the assistance of either another jungler or laner.
  • K/D: Kills per Deaths is a statistic used in first-person shooter games to calculate the ratio of kills to deaths a player has in a game. It is calculated by dividing the kills from a game by the deaths a player has during a game.
  • KDA: In first-person shooter games, the Kill Death Assist Ratio statistic tracks the ratio of kills and assists a player has per death. It is calculated by adding the kills and assists a player has, then that number is divided by the deaths the player has.
  • Kills: This is a statistic used in first-person shooter games. It determines how many kills a player gets.
  • Killstreak: This is a statistic used in first-person shooter games. It states how many kills a player has had in a row without dying.
  • KO: Knockout is a statistic used in fighting games. This occurs after a player attacks their opponent and results in the opponent losing all their health and the player winning.
  • KP: In first-person shooter games the Kill Participation statistic tracks the ratio of kills or assists from a player to the total team kills. It is calculated by adding the player's kills and assists and dividing it by the team's total kills.
  • KPW: In first-person shooter games, Kills Per Win determines how many kills a player had throughout all games won. It is calculated by dividing the total kills achieved in all games won divided by all games won.
  • MIN: Minutes is a statistic that can be used in any kind of game. This states how many minutes a player was in a game for. It can also show the number of minutes that a player has played overall for a given game.
  • Overall Win Rate: This is a statistic used in first-person shooter games. It calculates the percentage of games won by a player.
  • PTS: Points are a statistic that states how many points a player scores during a game.
  • RBS: Rebounds is a statistic used in NBA 2K. It determines how many rebounds a player has each game.
  • Score/Match: This is a statistic used in Fortnite that determines the average score a player has per game. It is very similar to a game that has the statistic of point average.
  • Stagger: In the game Overwatch, this statistic is used to determine how many times a player has killed an enemy seconds after their team has respawned.
  • STL: A Steal is a statistic used in the game NBA 2K. This statistic determines how many steals a player has in a game.
  • Team %: In the game Overwatch, the Team Percentage is used for different stats. It mostly is used for gold and damage. It shows the percentage of how much gold or damage a player has out of their entire team. It is calculated by the player's total gold or damage divided by the team's gold or damage.
  • Top Placements: This a statistic used in Fortnite that determines how many times a player has made a top placement. Top placement is if a player is one of the last 25 players to remain in the game.
  • Top 25: This is a statistic used in first-person shooter games. It determines how many times a player has been one of the last 25 people left in the game.
  • Top 10: This is a statistic used in first-person shooter games. It determines how many times a player has been the last 10 people left in the game.
  • Top 5: This is a statistic used in first-person shooter games. It determines how many times a player has been one the last 5 people left in the game.
  • 3P%: 3 Pointer Percentage is a statistic used in the game NBA 2K. It shows the percentage of 3 pointers made by a player.