Be wary of using statistics — whether gained through your own game tracking or stat trackers — to measure yourself. Statistics need to be taken into context. For example, a statistics tracker might label you as a player who needs to spend more time on the objective because your “Objective Time” stat is low. Well, what if you’re playing a flanker or a support who does not need or want to position on the objective? Statistics can be useful, but they do not tell the whole story.
Certainly, some statistics can be useful — such as comparing your winrates on certain maps on a per-hero basis. For example, if you learn your winrate as Support is 55% in general but only 20% on Eichenwalde, you’ve learned you might need to change your tactics on that map. Again, though — look at the deeper story. There may be a good reason for your high Support statistic elsewhere and low rate on Eichenwalde. Perhaps you only played Eichenwalde twice all season and switched off support midway.
Sadly, the most useful statistics tend not to be the ones tracked or shown by any automated stat trackers. More useful stats are often gained from individual player game tracking, or even VOD reviews. There is no stat tracker in the world that will automatically tell you “number of successful Pharah Rocket Barrages over five games” — but reviewing your VODs can!
Game trackers provide statistics per each individual game you play. Most are manual, requiring the player themselves to enter each match.
A game tracker site with many awesome features. It’s beautiful, it works really well, and it’s open source, too. It has import/export features if you want to keep a backup of your data (it’s a CSV, which can be opened/read by any spreadsheet program).
Also available for iOS.
Mobile options for game tracking. Being able to track on your mobile device is a bonus if your computer doesn’t like running a browser/app and Overwatch at the same time.
A detailed and awesome spreadsheet tracker by Reddit user Basilisk335. The tracker has been consistently updated since Season 3, and is one of the more detailed Google Docs/spreadsheet style game trackers available.
A simple Google Spreadsheets tracker with an auto-date function.
An excellent Google Sheets tracker that provides a ton of well-formatted data and statistics about the matches you play.
An tracker that works on multiple platform (Excel/Google Docs/LibreOffice). As of April 2018: It seems to be out of date, though it’s worth a mention as it was one of the earliest game trackers.
Currently in closed alpha — a downloadable statistics tracker that works based on screenshots of your game.
Stat Tracking Sites
Statistics trackers are similar to game trackers. Stat trackers are more general and typically relevant to a career overview. Stat trackers, as opposed to game trackers, typically spit out statistics and information without requiring manual updates from the player.