SBMM Warzone Website Not Working – How To Show Game Stats

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The hotly debated topic of skill-based matchmaking (SBMM) in the Call of Duty franchise continues to roll on.

While some players think that matches between players of a similar skill is a good idea, others are heavily against the concept and are after a much more casual gaming experience.


With players looking to find every possible way to enter an ‘easy’ Warzone lobby, third-party website SBMM Warzone skyrocketed in popularity.

The website is able to provide information on the performances of the rest of the lobby, their K/D ratio, and the ‘strength’ of the SBMM.

After Call of Duty publisher Activision changed everyone’s data settings to private, players have been unable to use the website to its full potential.

Find out how to show game stats on the website below.


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How To Show Game Stats On SBMM Warzone

Thanks to Activision changing its API, the vast majority of players cannot be searched for on SBMM Warzone.

Until the player in question changes their profile settings, their stats will not be visible on the website.


To show game stats on SBMM Warzone, simply log into your Call of Duty account on the official website and head to your profile.

Select the ‘Linked Accounts’ tab and make sure the ‘searchable’ and ‘data visible’ options are set to ‘all.’

It may take several minutes for your stats to reappear on SBMM Warzone but they will be present once these changes have been made.

For a more detailed guide on how to make your in-game stats public, click here.


A Rocky Season One

Since Black Ops Cold War was integrated into Warzone, it has been a turbulent time for the popular battle royale.

The DMR 14 tactical rifle drastically shifted the weapon balance until Raven Software intervened with a nerf while a number of bugs and glitches are having a profound effect on the outcome of matches.

With Season Two on the horizon, more game-altering changes could be arriving when players simply want some form of balance.