Check it out now if you haven't already:
It fuzzy bunny the snot out of the in game server browser, allowing you to filter by nearly anything. People who poke around in it can view a server's average MMR. It shows who's on a server you click on. Every user has their own page listing their mechs. Yep that's right, your mech names are now public.
Now that the friends list is down, KOing ScrimBot, there's no way for a user to find out their MMR. *gasp* Some people have asked if I could add this feature to the Hawken App.
First off, you can see your MMR rounded to ~100 if you join an empty server. But what about decimal points and precision_!
Edit: Belay that. Yesterday's discussion about publicizing mech names caused me to realize I could use them as an authentication method. I made a quick update that checks if a user has a mech called PublicMMR. If it finds one, your MMR will be public.
Watch this if you're not sure how to change your mech name: http://fat.gfycat.co...oundbeetle.webm
Edited by Shadeness, October 29 2014 - 01:09 PM.