Reading Multiple Regression Outputs

Related to another topic I posted; https://www.reddit.com/r/statistics/comments/9nckgc/how_to_analyze_this_data_from_a_gameworld_of/

I ended up making a multiple regression model as suggested for each class. Problem is it has been years since I studied this in college and I’m pretty much illiterate at reading the outputs. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/133akEBmut8vzilsSDepwa88ciHE_oB0QswAmbOxmE38/edit?usp=sharing *edit: note winrate is the dependent variable*

The outputs are to the right of the data and organized vertically. Assuming it isn’t a harder than just scanning the figures for someone who understands the outputs does anything stand out as significant to you? Also a source where I can learn to read these outputs myself would also be grandly appreciated.

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