You heard of alts? Most EU top players have anywhere between 3-6 of their mainclass as alts. That's a reason why everyones mains have really high W/L
Not questioning that they have alts. Clearly thats expected when you have higher ratings. But I am talking about competition at higher ratings such as their mains are at. If there was real competition at 2600 CR they would not be able to maintain their amazing record and rating.
High end competition does not mean log your #5 alt and queue up at a much lower rating.
What I consider to be high end competition is actually queuing the characters that you have in the top 10 against other players in the top 10. Playing constant series' as different setups and maintaining a balance of queuing those characters often and actually climbing and falling in rating as you can see most of the players in the top 10 on the US have done quite frequently.
From what I see the logic is these ratios on the EU ladder should not be possible while actively queueing into each other.
Also there is a large discrepancy in total number of games played between the regions. If you compare the EU ladder (shown above) to the US ladder (shown below) you can obviously see what I am talking about.
There is only one connection you can make between the US and EU ladders and that is comparing azaels current record on US ladders to a top EU players record:
I am not pointing fingers or saying anyone is cheating on EU. That would be completely uncalled for. But in my honest opinion after my analysis I highly doubt there is high end competition if they have flawless win ratios and are (as they say) actively queueing during prime time.
Sad to say this but it seemed like many top EU players were very defensive about people in this thread questioning their ratios. When in fact it would be stupid for someone not to question a flawless win rate like that if it was on a ladder like the US ladders.