Trainers receive medals after each match in the TiMi Studios MOBA. Here’s a rundown of what the Pokemon Unite Badge means and what the awards entail.
You’re not alone if you’ve ever been perplexed by the medals in Pokemon Unite. The post-match symbols next to your Trainer’s name in the free-to-play title aren’t explained.
This guide will go through all there is to know about each badge, including what it symbolizes and how to get it. Here’s a rundown of the MOBA’s medal system and what each one represents.
How to get medals in Pokemon Unite?
In the MOBA, zoning in on a certain aim is the quickest way to earn medals. If you wish to get the Healer badge, for example, a Supporter character like Eldegoss is ideal because of his ability Cotton Guard.
Defender Snorlax’s Block strike can knock foes out of goal zones, allowing you to score the Goal Interruptor.
What are Pokemon Unite Medals?
If you’ve ever completed a battle in Unite, you’re familiar with the post-match screen, which displays the game’s outcomes. However, you may have observed that certain players’ names have small symbols next to them when you were there.
The rest of the badges, with the exception of the coveted MVP Crown, have no comprehensive explanation. They’re present in both Ranked and Standard matchmaking, which is odd.
We’ll go through each and every medal available in the TiMi Studios MOBA, as well as how to get them.
Pokemon Unite Badges meaning
|Medal||Meaning||How to obtain|
|MVP Crown||The Trainer with the most Goals scored, Assists, KOs, Healing, and all-around performance across the board.|
|Assist||The Trainer with the most Assists in the match (helping other teammates knock out opponents).|
|Best Score||The Trainer who scored the most Goals (Aeos Orbs) by the end of the contest.|
|Healed||The Trainer who healed the most damage throughout the match (includes self-heals, and healing others).|
|Injured||The Trainer who received the most damage throughout the battle (includes being knocked-out, and any form of HP loss).|
|KO||The Trainer who knocked out the most enemies (specifically opposing players).|
|Goal Interrupt||The Trainer who blocked the most goals in the match (stopping enemies in the middle of their scoring animation).|
|Silver All-Rounder||MVP All-Rounder Pokemon who have scored at least 70 points.|
|Silver Attacker||MVP Attacker Pokemon who have scored at least 70 points.|
|Silver Defender||MVP Defender Pokemon who have scored at least 70 points.|
|Silver Speedster||MVP Speedster Pokemon who have scored at least 70 points.|
|Silver Supporter||MVP Supporter Pokemon who have scored at least 70 points.|
|Gold All-Rounder||MVP All-Rounder Pokemon who have scored over 80 points in a match.|
|Gold Attacker||MVP Attacker Pokemon who have scored over 80 points in a match.|
|Gold Defender||MVP Defender Pokemon who have scored over 80 points in a match.|
|Gold Speedster||MVP Speedster Pokemon who have scored over 80 points in a match.|
|Gold Supporter||MVP Supporter Pokemon who have scored over 80 points in a match.|