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Tournaments
In DChess we seek that users, besides competing in an elo system, can experience and excel in tournaments which will have a great impact in different sections of the platform.
Aurelios tournaments are divided by ELO. Each player pays in KING cryptocurrency a registration ticket, automatically pigeonholing him/her in a tournament according to his/her ELO. There are 5 different tournaments depending on the user's ELO:
  • elo < 1375
  • 1375 - 1450
  • 1450 - 1525
  • 1525 - 1600
  • 1600 < elo
Each tournament will have a prize pool to be distributed among the winners. The modality of the tournaments will be the Swiss modality so that no two players will meet again in the same tournament and the winners will be determined according to the points system used in this modality (1 = win, 0.5 = draw, 0 = lose).
The distribution of prizes is detailed below:
  • 50% of the prize pool will be distributed among those players who obtain the highest score of the tournament.
  • 20% of the prize pool will be distributed among those players who obtain the 2nd highest score of the tournament.
  • 10% of the prize pool will be distributed among those players who obtain the 3rd highest score of the tournament.
(If the tournament reward is in KING, the remaining 20% is burned.
Now, what happens with the rarities of the boards? Depending on which board the user has registered with, he/she will be given a smaller or larger percentage of the prize pool that corresponds to him/her in case of being the winner of the tournament, so that:
  • If the player who wins the tournament scored a bronze he is given 60% of what he should have won.
  • If the player who wins the tournament scored a silver he is given 70% of what he should have won.
  • If the player who wins the tournament scored a gold, he/she is given 80% of what he/she should have won.
  • If the player who wins the tournament scored a diamond he is given 90% of what he should have won.
  • If the player who wins the tournament scored with a ruby he is given 100% of what he should have won.
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