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Hideout Tier List for Brawl Stars

Hideout Tier List for Brawl Stars

Bounty - Hideout Analysis

Learn how to interpret the data from Brawl Time Ninja to win more often with the best Brawlers and Builds.

Brawl Stars is a cool video game made by Supercell. In Brawl Stars, you get to pick awesome characters called Brawlers, each with their own special powers, to play on different maps. Choosing the right Brawler is super important because some powers work better in certain game modes or on specific maps. Brawl Time Ninja keeps track of Brawler stats and looks at Battle Logs to make reports and cool charts to help you get better at the game. In this report, you can find out about the top Brawlers, the best Builds, and the best Teams for Open Space in Gem Grab.

How to play Bounty

In Bounty, you need to collect Stars for your team by defeating players on the other team. Every time you beat an opponent, the number of Stars on your head goes up by one, up to a maximum of seven Stars. Make sure you don't give those Stars to the other team! The team with more Stars when the time runs out wins. If it's a tie, the team holding the blue star wins.

Finding the Best Brawlers to play

You can check out the Brawl Time Ninja dashboard to see the latest info and customize it with filters. The data used for this analysis comes from all the Battles played by Brawl Time Ninja users on Open Space in Gem Grab mode. To find the best Brawler to play, you should look at the win rate and use rate. Brawl Time Ninja figures out win rates by dividing the number of games won by the total games played with that Brawler, counting ties as 0.5 wins. Brawlers with high win rates are usually the best because they win a lot. But sometimes, Brawlers that aren't used much can have high win rates because only experienced players choose them. That's why you should also consider the use rate. The use rate is calculated by looking at how many players pick that Brawler, adjusted for how many Brawlers each player has unlocked. A Brawler with a high win rate and use rate is usually a good choice, while a Brawler with a high win rate and low use rate might have a lot of potential. When picking a Brawler, think about your own play style and which Brawlers you feel most comfortable with.

For the data analysis to be reliable, the data needs to be up to date and the win rates should be accurate, based on a large number of battles. This analysis was done on 3/26/2024, considering battles played since 3/18/2024. Data is considered up to date if the last battle was collected less than 3 days ago. As of writing this, the last battle was collected just 4 minutes ago. The sample size should be big, with at least 50000 battles. This analysis is based on a sample of 294129 battles. The margin of error for win rates is calculated from the sample size and should be low for high accuracy. The margin of error is 1.32%, so the win rates are calculated with good accuracy. The data is reliable, and Brawl Time Ninja keeps collecting data, so you can always check the dashboard for the latest info or come back later for an updated analysis.

When choosing your Brawler and build, think about which Brawlers you're likely to face and play with. In a diverse meta, you'll encounter many different Brawlers. The Gini coefficient measures diversity based on the use rate. A coefficient of 0 means all Brawlers are used equally, while 1 means only one Brawler is used. In this data, the Gini coefficient is 0.60, showing a one-sided distribution of use rates. So, expect to come across some Brawlers more often than others.

Best Brawlers on Hideout

The top Brawlers to use on Hideout, based on their high win rates, are:

  1. Chuck: 78.0% win rate, 0.04% use rate.
  2. Hank: 77.4% win rate, 0.05% use rate.
  3. Buster: 76.2% win rate, 0.15% use rate.
  4. Ruffs: 74.8% win rate, 0.06% use rate.
  5. Eve: 72.4% win rate, 0.23% use rate.

Tips for playing them in Bounty:

  • Ruffs: Ruffs may not be super strong alone, but he works great with many popular Brawlers in Bounty like Piper and Tick. His Super and Field Promotion Star Power can boost their survivability and damage output. Ruffs can also use his Take Cover Gadget to shield against enemy attacks temporarily, making his bounce shots more effective at choke points.
  • Eve: Eve is a powerful spawner in the game. With high damage, she can take down low-medium health Brawlers easily. Her ability to move on water helps her escape short-range Brawlers like Mortis or Edgar. Her Super, Baby Boom, adds pressure on opponents as they have to deal with the hatchlings. With her Gotta Go! Gadget, Eve can go over walls to escape ambushes by tank Brawlers like El Primo or Rosa. Her Gadget can help dodge dangerous attacks like Tick's head or Shelly's Super if timed right. Her second Gadget, Motherly Love, lets Eve's hatchlings heal her and teammates, useful when low on health. Her first Star Power, Unnatural Order, makes Eve shoot the big egg from her attack combo first, dealing high damage even if she misses other shots. Eve shines on maps with water areas, floating over them to deal damage while dodging mid-range to melee Brawlers effectively.

Consider using Brawlers with higher win rates on Hideout than they usually have in Bounty for a fun twist. Standout Brawlers on Hideout are:

  • Colt: 52.3% map win rate, +1.1% compared to Bounty.
  • Dynamike: 51.6% map win rate, +1.0% compared to Bounty.

Tier List for Hideout

A Tier List ranks Brawlers from S (best) to D (worst) based on their win rates. The Tier List for Hideout in Bounty looks like this:

  • S: Chuck, Hank
  • A: Buster, Ruffs, Eve, Sam, Janet, Doug, Ash
  • B: Bonnie, Carl, Pam, Frank, Rosa, Otis, R-t, Gus, Jacky, Bull, Willow
  • C: Mr. P, Byron, Lola, Grom, 8-bit, Sandy, El Primo, Penny, Angelo, Bibi, Chester, Meg, Poco, Gale, Darryl, Sprout, Griff, Amber, Bo, Nani, Tick, Nita, Barley, Max, Pearl, Gray, Squeak, Larry & Lawrie
  • D: Gene, Leon, Mico, Tara, Piper, Mortis, Belle, Mandy, Buzz, Lou, Shelly, Emz, Charlie, Brock, Crow, Cordelius, Surge, Kit, Jessie, Colt, Spike, Maisie, Rico, Dynamike, Stu, Edgar, Bea, Fang, Colette

Best Builds on Hideout

A Brawler build includes a Star Power, a Gadget, and a Gear. A good build should boost the Brawler's win rate. Brawl Time Ninja calculates win rates for Star Powers, Gadgets, and Gears by comparing Brawlers with just one of these items to those without any. To know which Star Power, Gadget, or Gear is truly helpful, a statistical test is done to see if the win rate significantly increases with it. The best Star Powers to use on Hideout are:

  • Angelo with the Star Power "Empower": 59.8% win rate, +14.4% compared to without
  • Mandy with the Star Power "In My Sights": 52.9% win rate, +18.3% compared to without
  • Colt with the Star Power "Slick Boots": 53.8% win rate, +12.1% compared to without
  • Nani with the Star Power "Autofocus": 58.1% win rate, +9.8% compared to without
  • Leon with the Star Power "Smoke Trails": 55.7% win rate, +10.6% compared to without

The best Gadgets to use on Hideout are:

  • Angelo with the Gadget "Stinging Flight": 59.9% win rate, +15.2% compared to without
  • Edgar with the Gadget "Hardcore": 50.9% win rate, +13.0% compared to without
  • Edgar with the Gadget "Let'S Fly": 50.5% win rate, +12.6% compared to without
  • Mandy with the Gadget "Cookie Crumbs": 51.0% win rate, +14.1% compared to without
  • Leon with the Gadget "Clone Projector": 54.9% win rate, +11.1% compared to without

The best Gears to use on Hideout are:

  • Gear "Shield": 50.8% win rate, +3.2% compared to without
  • Gear "Damage": 51.1% win rate, +3.5% compared to without
  • Gear "Lingering Smoke": 53.1% win rate, +5.5% compared to without
  • Gear "Reload Speed": 50.0% win rate, +2.3% compared to without
  • Gear "Super Charge": 51.9% win rate, +4.3% compared to without

Best Teams on Hideout

A Team is made up of multiple Brawlers that work together. Even a weaker Brawler can shine in the right team. There are many possible team combinations, but it's hard to pinpoint the best overall team since most are rarely played. Brawl Time Ninja looks at the number of wins to determine the best teams, as popular and successful Teams will have more wins.

The top Teams to use on Hideout, based on their number of wins, are:

  1. Crow, Leon, Spike: 450 wins
  2. Leon, Piper, Spike: 390 wins
  3. Colt, Leon, Spike: 390 wins
  4. Colt, Crow, Leon: 350 wins
  5. Colt, Leon, Piper: 310 wins

Best Players on Hideout

Look out for Brawlers played by successful players on Hideout. The Players with the most wins on Hideout and their favorite Brawlers are:

  1. worik๐Ÿ’—sessia: 21 wins (67.7% win rate), mostly playing Belle
  2. miZz: 20 wins (69.0% win rate), mostly playing Belle
  3. ZaY๐Ÿ’: 19 wins (70.4% win rate), mostly playing Colt
  4. Angelboy ๐ŸŽ€: 18 wins (81.8% win rate), mostly playing Kit
  5. ๐Ÿ’Evex๐Ÿ’: 17 wins (73.9% win rate), mostly playing Doug

Disclaimer

The data from Brawl Time Ninja may not represent all Brawl Stars players. Individual skills play a big role in a player's performance. This summary is auto-generated and describes statistics but doesn't explain them. This page uses content from the Bounty article on the Brawl Stars wiki at Fandom, licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

Filter Data Source

Sample Size

227k Battles

Last Update
Margin of Error

1.58%(poor accuracy)

Best Brawlers for Bounty - Hideout

# BrawlerAdjusted Win RateUse Rate
177.1%0.04%
276.1%0.03%
375.5%0.04%
473.6%0.16%
572.1%0.07%
671.3%0.07%
771.3%0.07%
870.6%0.00%
969.3%0.13%
1069.1%0.09%
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Best Teams in Bounty - Hideout

# TeamWins Recorded
1
BrockColtLeon
Brock, Colt, Leon
280
2
BrockColtSpike
Brock, Colt, Spike
250
3
ColtLeonPiper
Colt, Leon, Piper
240
4
ColtLeonSpike
Colt, Leon, Spike
240
5
CrowLeonSpike
Crow, Leon, Spike
210
6
BrockColtPiper
Brock, Colt, Piper
210
7
ColtDynamikeLeon
Colt, Dynamike, Leon
210
8
BrockLeonPiper
Brock, Leon, Piper
210
9
ColtPiperSpike
Colt, Piper, Spike
210
10
BrockColtCrow
Brock, Colt, Crow
200
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About Adjusted Win Rate

Info: Statistics are generated with data from Brawl Time Ninja's visitors. These players are usually better than the average. For Brawlers with few picks, the Adjusted Win Rate is interpolated using a Bayesian Average.

Info about Star Powers, Gadgets and Gears

Data for Star Powers, Gadgets and Gears is collected for players who own only a single Star Power, Gadget or Gear for a Brawler.

Info about Star Powers, Gadgets and Gears

Data for Star Powers, Gadgets and Gears is collected for players who own only a single Star Power, Gadget or Gear for a Brawler.

Info about Star Powers, Gadgets and Gears

Data for Star Powers, Gadgets and Gears is collected for players who own only a single Star Power, Gadget or Gear for a Brawler.

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