Learn how to check your team's score / progress in Pokemon Unite (Pokemon MOBA). This guide includes how to know & can you see your score, mini map view, how to know if you're winning, and more.
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Can You See Your Team Score / Points?
Team Score Only Be Visible At The End Of Match
Unfortunately, there is no way to see the score during a match. Players can only find out the specific score/points after a match has ended & the winner is announced.
You Can See Your Opponent's Pokemon Points
Though you can't see the amount of points they've scored easily on the screen, you can see how many points enemy Pokemon are carrying. These points will need to be scored at a goal to actual count, so you can use this information to target high-priority targets. Remember that you (and enemies) will drop points when defeated.
How To Know The Team's Score / Points
Get An Idea Based On Scoring At Goal Zones
Although it's hardly precise, you can get a rough idea of your team's progress based on how many goals your team has destroyed. One goal amounts to 80 - 100 points depending on their location and a progress bar shows up for goals that are being captured.Scoring Guide - How To Score Points
Goal & Minimum Points Needed To Destroy A Goal Zone
|Goal Location||Minimum Required Points|
|Closest to center of map||80|
|Closest to base||Unlimited|
Although there is a minimum amount of points required to capture every goal, note that it's possible to go over that amount when scoring! If a goal has 20 points left but you score 5, those 5 points still gets added to your score.
The Mini Map Always Updated
You can easily check how many goals your team has on the Mini Map. It gets updated quickly, along with player icons so you can check on your team's location & know the overall progression.Map Guide - Types & Objectives
A Warning Will Show Up When Doing Poorly On The Match
If your team is doing poorly in score, sometimes a warning stating "We're really struggling" will show up towards the end of the match. This indicator doesn't necessarily mean that you've lost the game, but it does mean your team is falling behind.