📐Rules

To provide a fair and enjoyable experience for all players, specific regulations are in place for each gameplay module. These rules serve as guidelines for players to follow and ensure that everyone is playing by the same standards. They are carefully crafted to provide a seamless gaming experience, where players can showcase their skills, compete in an equitable environment, and potentially win rewards for their achievements.

Our platform offers a diverse range of games for all types of gamers, each providing its own unique challenge and excitement. These games can be broadly categorized into two categories: Score-based and Time-based. Score-based games, such as Tetris, are designed to test the player's ability to rack up points and attain the highest score possible. In these games, players are matched with an available opponent. On the other hand, Time-based games with scores, such as 2048, Helix Jump, and Bubble Shooter, provide an extra layer of excitement as players race against the clock. In these games, players are matched on a first-come, first-served basis, ensuring a fair playing field for all.

1. 1vs1 Format & Private Room In a 1vs1 scenario, players have the opportunity to engage in intense, head-to-head competition as they are matched up with another player through a random matching algorithm, taking turns to play against one another. The outcome of each game is determined by the players' skills and strategies, making for an exciting and thrilling experience. In addition to 1v1 and tournament gameplay, we also recognize the importance of playing with familiar individuals within one's own community. To cater to this, we offer the option for players to create private rooms. Players have the flexibility to manually enter the bet amount, invite friends or share the room with others, and enjoy a personalized gaming experience. All the rules and regulations for score submissions and outcomes remain consistent, regardless of whether the game is played in a private room or in a public 1v1 scenario. Scenarios Scenario 1 To uphold fairness and efficient resolution for all participants, if a user initiates a transaction but does not engage in gameplay, they will be presented with a 'Play Again' option on their Dashboard. However, if no action is taken within half an hour, the user's score will automatically be recorded as 1. If a user matches with another player and completes the transaction, but then fails to engage in gameplay, the following protocol is enacted: The non-participating user's score will automatically be recorded as 1 after a 30-minute window. If the first user has a score higher than 1, they will be declared the winner, upholding the integrity and pace of the competition. Scenario 2 In the event of a tied score between Player 1 and Player 2, both players will receive a refund of their bet amount, minus a 10% platform commission fee. This ensures a fair and just outcome for all participants. Scenario 3 In the event of an unmatched game, if Player 1 has made a valid attempt and Player 2 is unavailable, the platform will return Player 1's bet amount, minus a 10% commission fee, after 24 hours of the match being played. This ensures fairness and timely resolution for all participants.

2.Tournament The players will engage in fierce competition to attain the highest score and emerge as the ultimate winner of the tournament. A leaderboard will be created, displaying the ranking of all participants, updating in real-time as scores are submitted and processed. This leaderboard will provide players with a clear picture of where they stand in relation to their competition and serve as a source of motivation to push harder and climb higher up the ranks. Scenarios Scenario 1 Maintaining fairness and timely outcomes for all involved, if a user completes a transaction but doesn't participate in the tournament, a 'Play Again' choice will appear on their Dashboard under the Tournament History section. Should there be no activity within 30 minutes, their score will be automatically set to 1. Scenario 2 If multiple players tie for the highest score, then the order of their submissions will determine their ranking on the leaderboard. The first player to submit their score will be given the top ranking, followed by the second player, and so on. This ensures a fair and efficient determination of the winner in the event of a tie.

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