I am currently writing a C# application to test the behavior of our matchmaking queue with a large number of test accounts.
The application creates test accounts and matches them together with randomized attributes.
I'd like to know the global (as opposed to per-account) maximum rate at which I am allowed to send requests in this context.
I already found a possible answer here, which would be 50 requests per minute. I've been going with this number for now, but it's quite low when I have to send requests for 1000 test accounts, resulting in any run of the application taking several hours.
Is this limit of 50 requests/minute still accurate, or could I go above it in this particular case?
To reiterate, I'm not tallking about the per-api limits visible in the "Limits" section of the Title Settings page. These do not pose a problem for my use case. Rather, my question is about the global rate limit per individual IP, which as far as I can tell is not documented.
Thanks in advance.