Zero people on 2v2 queue?

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There are currently three rating systems. Ladder (1v1 matchmaking), TMM (2v2 matchmaking) and global (custom games).

None of them currently interact with each other.

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@kdrafa91 only for the global rating. the 2v2 rating is independent of that. More on that here: https://forum.faforever.com/topic/273/what-are-my-faf-ratings/2?_=1622733254993

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In the evening (EU timezone) there are always enough players who are in the 2on2 queue.

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As soon there are more than 4 players in the queue, people actually get matched, so they dissaper from queue, it might just be that everyone is already in game.

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It’s starting to gain a little more momentum after a hiatus. I can’t imagine it catching on as much as global, custom games any time soon though.

Just keep at it and don’t give up, because if you do others will.

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I live in north america west coast, almost no players at evening here, have to wait weekends to play. Why americans suck at RTS??? Why it is not popular here???

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West Coast evening is in the dead zone, yeah. It has about 3x as few players as we get at peak times. Best thing I can say is to try playing a bit earlier so you can catch the East Coast which still has a good bit of players online (1200-1500).

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I’ll echo what FTX said, West Coast US is pretty dead if you only play after a 9-5 day job like I do on weekdays. It’s sad but not much to be done other than try to play a bit earlier to catch the East Coast players. That’s usually what I attempt to do especially while I’m working from home. Keep trying though maybe we’ll get more of us eventually. I evangelize FAF to people I know irl on the west coast in hopes of getting more active players

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Different timezone (CET), but I've had a pretty easy time finding games on the 2v2 queue. It seems like it's becoming more popular

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Honestly it’s really not much better on the East coast after working hours…

I’m at ~1750 tmm and ladder, have a lot of trouble getting any matches after working hours.

There really just is not as many people in the US that like rts, but yet we’re having a good time as we have Nexus, Turbo2, Tex, and Swkoll which combine for a rather stellar representation…

Only problem is that it doesn’t seem to really influence power to mid tier play…