Capcom is still addressing concerns over Street Fighter V disconnects0 Comments
One of the biggest problems facing Street Fighter V stems from the considerable number of players that disconnect from matches they're soon to lose. These "rage quitters" became such a prominent issue in the days after the game's release that Capcom started to develop a penalty system for players who drop out of matches. By most accounts, the system seems to have helped, but the issue of rage-quitting still remains, and Capcom has sent out a tweet stating that a new system they've been working on will be releasing soon.
We’re planning to roll out a system this month that will address the rage quitting issue in #SFV. More details coming soon!— Street Fighter (@StreetFighter) April 13, 2016
Not much else is known about the system at this time, but it may be that it works together with or alongside their previous implementation, which essentially monitors disconnect rates and compares them to win rates. Though the existing system isn't perfect by any means, it certainly does seem to be effective, as the previous top-ranking player on the game's leaderboards World_Combo dropped some 9,000 points shortly after the system went into effect.
Another system to stop Street Fighter 5 rage quitters set to drop this month, EventHubs