Discovering Players

The ‘Discover’ tab is where you will find a long list of suitable teammates for you to browse and connect with. The screen is split into 2 columns. On the left, a list of player/group cards and on the right, listing details for the selected player/s.

Player / Group Cards


The cards are sorted by the algorithm so that the players at the top of your list are the most suitable for you and are searching for teammates like you. The top-left most card is the top of your list and is automatically selected when you arrive on this page.

Highlighted Card

When a card is selected it becomes highlighted and the details for that player or group are displayed in the listing panel on the right.

Group Size

You can easily differentiate between individuals and groups of 2, 3, 4 or 5 by looking for the group icon on each card.

Roles - Primary and Secondary vs ‘Seeking’

If a card represents an individual, their 2 primary roles will be displayed in green and their 2 secondary roles are in orange below the title ‘Roles’. If the card represents a group, the card will show the roles that they are looking to add to their team (in white) below the title ‘Seeking’.


This section consists of the days of the week in abbreviated form (M, T, W, T, F, S and S representing Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday). The days that the players are available are displayed in white. A more detailed availability chart can be found in the listing details.

Ranks and Levels

Each card shows the matchmaking rank of the individual or the average rank of the group. If the user chose to add their FaceIt and ESEA profiles at sign up their Level and Rank will be displayed on the card. More in-game stats can be found in the listing details.

Listing Details & Comparison


The availability chart indicates which days and which hours of the day the player or group is available to play. The larger dark grey line indicates the times that you are available. The thin light grey line indicates when they are available. The crossover, where both parties are available to play is highlighted by a white line.


Just because a player or group is available does not necessarily mean that they can commit to playing every available hour. In this section you can see how many days per week and how many hours per day they are willing to commit to playing as a team.


This graph shows the type of activities the player or group would prefer to focus on while together as a team. The further the dot from the middle of the graph the more focus that is desired in that area. The dark grey shape in the background indicates your focus areas. The light grey shape in-front indicates their focus areas. The white dots indicate areas that you both agree should be focussed on.


This section displays what level of matches the player or group aspires to play as a team. The dark grey dots indicate the type of matches you would like to play. The light grey dots indicate the type of matches they would like to play. A highlighted white dot indicates types of matches that both parties want to play.


The gameplay data in the Stats section is populated from the players’ Steam account. If provided, we also display their FaceIt and ESEA stats from their profiles.