A bar showing your progress based on your different tries.
Scoreboard showing the names and current scores of the leading competitors
Benchmarking is a process of measuring your performance
Use this training mode to measure your reaction time. Including reaction time practice in your aim training routines is crucial to improve your ingame reaction speed and response time. Not only is the test aimed at measuring your reaction speed but it gives an indication about your eye-hand coordination as well as your click speed. There are dedicated CPS click speed tests to measure how many times you click within a given time.
The fastest reaction time recorded to visual stimuli is 120 milliseconds while the average reaction time for Pro Players is 170-180 milliseconds. A good reaction time is around 200 milliseconds.
This reflex test is not to be confused with mouse reaction time since there’s no cursor movement involved. Nonetheless, your computer’s performance will have an impact on the test’s result. Using a high FPS monitor will help improve your score. H4: To learn more about how to improve your reaction time, read the article in our blog