Questions about mini-leagues
- What is a mini league?
- How long does a mini-league last?
- How much does a mini-league cost and how much can I win?
- Who can participate in a mini-league?
- Type of mini-league
- Does the fairness guarantee also apply to mini-leagues?
- Why can’t I start a private mini-league?
In a mini-league, up to 12 players compete against each other. Each player will play against each other player once. The player with the most victories wins. If there is a tie, the player with the most points wins.
A mini-league can last between 12 hours and 5 days. The maximum time a mini-league can last is predetermined and can be seen in the mini-league overview. A mini-league can also be played through faster than what is displayed. It will automatically end when all participants have played all of their rounds.
The entry fee for each mini-league is predetermined and displayed in the mini-league overview.
You pay a one-time entry fee and can play each duel in the mini-league without having to pay additional fees. The possible winnings are calculated by the amount of the entry fee and the actual number of participants. The maximum possible prize for each mini-league is predetermined and displayed in the mini-league overview.
Mini-leagues are exclusively available to upgraded players. To protect our novice players, only players who have completed more than 10 duels of a particular game are allowed to participate in mini-leagues.
Public mini-league: These mini-leagues are visible to all players within your skill level, who have already completed more than 10 duels in that particular game.
Private mini-league: Here you invite others to take part in a mini-league. There are no skill level restrictions and the fairness guarantee does not apply.
Be careful if you are invited to a private mini-league, there could be players with a much higher skill level. The entry fee is determined by the player that starts the duel.
Yes, all participants in a public mini-league have similar skill levels. In addition (to protect novices), only players who have completed more than 10 duels in a particular game can take part in a mini-league.
Due to our fairness guarantee not all players can create a private mini-league. There are always enough public mini-leagues for all our players.