Game Guide

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1. Account Management

1.1 Registration via Referral Code

If someone has referred you to the application, please enter the Referral Code received from them.

If you have come to the application without being referred by anyone, you can use the Default Referral Code.

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1.2 Create Account
Fill in the required fields: Player Name, Password and Email.

The Note field is for private notes to the system administrator.

Press Send to finalize the account creation.

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1.3 Authentication in Application

After registration, each subsequent opening of the application will display only the authentication form.

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1.4 Set My Avatar
In the My Account – My Profile section, click on Set My Avatar.

Upload an image in JPG/JPEG format with a minimum size of 300×300 pixels.

Select a portion of the image for your avatar and click Upload.

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1.5 Set My Partner
In the My Account – My Partner section, you can choose who you play for.

To change Your Partner, first, you need to remove the current one.

Find your partner by entering their name and selecting them from the list, then press the Set My Partner button.

Your Partner has been set.

Note: This option can be used as a form of support or a gift for someone specific, like video chat models or your favorite YouTuber or Twitch streamer. However, the person you’re supporting must already have an active account in the game, meaning they need to create an account first.

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2. The Game Rooms

If you are interested in Real Money Play, ensure you have sufficient funds to play.

But if you are interested in Fun Play then you won’t need any money.

Click Join Game to start the game.

The game progresses through several distinct stages: the pre-game phase, during which you acquire the game ticket; the actual gameplay phase; and the post-game phase, in which you review the game results and prepare for the next one.

Selecting the game room is allowed only during the pre-game and the actual gameplay phases.

For each room, specific requirements exist regarding the minimum and maximum number of players.

If a room already has more players than its capacity allows, you won’t be able to enter. Similarly, if the minimum number of required players hasn’t been reached before the game begins, the game won’t start in that room, but you’ll have the option to choose another available room.

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2.5 Fun Play

Fun Play offers an entertaining roulette experience where players can enjoy the game without using real money.

How does it work?

2.5.1 Fun Room:

  • Entry is free, allowing players to participate without purchasing a game ticket.

2.5.2 Gameplay:

  • Players receive a certain amount of virtual coins to play.
  • During the game, they use these virtual coins to place bets.

2.5.3 Prize Simulation:

  • Players obtain a virtual game balance that they can compare with the balances of other players.
  • This gives them an idea of what their winnings might look like if they were playing in real money rooms.

Important Instructions:

  • Accessible only in the Fun Room, where entry is free.
  • Click Join Game to start the game session and experience the excitement of roulette without using real money.

Fun Play is an ideal mode for involving fans of content creators during live streams on platforms like Twitch. Unlike Real Money Play, it is compliant with most streaming guidelines, allowing for a fun and interactive gaming experience.

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2.6 Real Money Play

Real Money Play offers an exhilarating roulette experience where players can win real rewards by participating in competitive game rooms.

How It Works:

2.6.1 Real Money Game Rooms:

  • There are four real money game rooms:
    • 5 TK Room: Entry ticket costs 5 tokens.
    • 10 TK Room: Entry ticket costs 10 tokens.
    • 25 TK Room: Entry ticket costs 25 tokens.
    • 100 TK Room: Entry ticket costs 100 tokens.

2.6.2 Buying Game Tickets:

  • To play in one of these rooms, you need to purchase a specific ticket for your desired room using real money.

2.6.3 Creating the Prize Pool:

  • The money collected from ticket sales forms the prize pool for that room.
  • The higher the ticket price and the number of players, the larger the prize pool.

2.6.4 Receiving Virtual Coins:

  • After purchasing a game ticket, you receive 2000 virtual coins to play.

2.6.5 The Actual Game:

  • During the game, you use the 2000 virtual coins to place bets.
  • This means that the gameplay itself does not involve using real money directly, only the virtual coins you received initially.

2.6.6 Prize Distribution:

  • At the end of each game session, the accumulated prize pool is distributed to the winning players based on their results.

Important Instructions:

  • Ensure you have enough funds to purchase a ticket before selecting a real money game room.
  • Click Join Game to start the game session and compete with other players.

Real Money Play is ideal for engaging fans of content creators in supporting them via real money games. Unlike Fun Play, it involves real stakes and offers the thrill of winning substantial prizes, adding an extra layer of excitement to the gaming experience.

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3. Gameplay

3.1 The Game – Stayers Mode – Three Winners

3.1.1 Choosing the Game Room
The game begins by choosing the game room. There is a special practice room where you can hone your skills, while the other rooms are intended for real money play.

3.1.2 Participating in the Game
After pressing the Join Game button, the player confirms their game mode choice: Individual Play or Support Play.

In both game modes, Individual Play and Support Play, the player buys a ticket for the desired game room and plays alone.

The main distinction between Individual Play and Support Play is seen only at the game’s end, in how the prize pool for that room is distributed.

When Does a Player Play in Individual Play Mode?
When they do not have a Game Partner set in their account.

When Does a Player Play in Support Play Mode?
When they have a Game Partner set in their account.

To switch game modes, simply set or remove the game partner in your account.

3.1.2.1 Individual Play Mode

When someone opts for Individual Play Mode, they’re essentially playing solo. Any winnings they make are theirs alone. If they want to switch things up, they can tweak their settings in <My Account – My Partner>.

The Game | Sprinter-Stayers Roulette | Stayers Mode | Individual Play Mode

3.1.2.2 Support Play Mode

In Support Play Mode, players are set to evenly split winnings with their designated partner. If they wish to switch Game Play Modes, they can do so by updating their settings in <My Account – My Partner>.

The Game | Sprinter-Stayers Roulette | Stayers Mode | Support Play Mode

Note: The Game Play Mode depends on whether the player has designated a ‘Partner’ in their account settings. If a ‘Partner’ is set (under ‘My Account’ -> ‘My Partner’), the game will be played in Support Play Mode upon joining. If no ‘Partner’ is designated, the game defaults to Individual Play Mode.

3.1.3 Placing Bets and Actual Gameplay

The game consists of 13 rounds, and each round consists of several stages:

Placing Bets
In each round, players have 40 seconds to place their bets.

Generating the Winning Number
After the bets are placed, a winning number is randomly generated.

Analyzing Bets and Distributing Winnings
The system analyzes the bets and determines the winnings for each player.

Silent Period
After the analysis and distribution of winnings, players can enjoy a brief 20-second period of silence to review their results, evaluate their strategies, and prepare for the next round.

3.1.4 Distributing Winnings and Continuing the Game
The process of analyzing bets and distributing winnings repeats in each round.
The game continues with the other 12 rounds, following the same structure.

3.1.5 End of the Game and Determining the Winners
The game concludes after completing all 13 rounds.
The system identifies the three players with the highest balances, and the winnings are distributed in a ratio of 50%-35%-15%.

Notes:
Game rules may vary depending on the game’s version and the platform on which it is hosted.

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3.2 The Game – Stayers Mode – Three Winners – Extended Game

In the last round of the game, a situation may arise where we have three winners with the same balance, which will lead to the extension of the game until a clear determination of the three winners is achieved.

To avoid another situation where two players with equal balances could occupy positions 3 and 4, the system checks not only the presence of three players with different balances but four. As a result, the game will continue with additional rounds until we have 4 players with different balances. This process ensures clarity and fairness in determining the occupants of positions 1, 2, and 3.

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3.3 The Game – Sprinter Mode – Single Winner

Difference Between Ending a Game in Stayers Mode and Sprinter Mode:

The game can end in two different ways: Stayers Mode or Sprinter Mode, determining how the winnings are redistributed in the game room, either among the three winners in Stayers Mode or for a single winner in Sprinter Mode.

Stayers Mode:
The game always starts in Stayers Mode, and all players receive a virtual balance of 2000 units.
The game continues over 13 consecutive rounds, and each player increases their winning chances based on their gaming skills.

Sprinter Mode:
Sprinter Mode is activated when a player reaches or exceeds a virtual balance of 5513 units and becomes the sole player with the highest balance in that game room, thus winning the entire prize pool of that room.

The Game | Sprinter-Stayers Roulette | Sprinter Mode | Individual Play Mode
The Game | Sprinter-Stayers Roulette | Sprinter Mode | Fan Support Play Mode

Note: Sprinter Mode occurs when the player’s balance reaches or exceeds 5513. However, for demonstration purposes in the above videos, a game balance of 3000 was used for Sprinter Mode.

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3.4 Reset Game

When you start a game, you receive an initial balance of 2000 units.

During the game, you place bets, and depending on the results, you can win or lose.

There is a possibility that your balance may drop to a significantly lower level than that of other players or even reach zero, significantly reducing your chances of winning.

With the Reset Game option, you have the opportunity to restore your balance to the initial value of 2000 units – the exact amount you start with in each game.

To use this option, you need to exit the game and re-enter.

This option can be used anytime and as many times as you like, but keep in mind that it also involves the automatic purchase of a new game ticket.

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4. Cashier

4.1 Deposit Funds into Your Gaming Account

The process of depositing funds into your gaming account consists of a series of steps. First, you need to purchase a Top Up card with cryptocurrency. Once the payment transaction is complete, you will receive a Payment ID. This ID must be added to the system to confirm the payment. Only after this step, your gaming account will be credited.

Step-by-step guide for adding funds to your gaming account.

Depending on the amount you wish to load into your account, $25, $50, $100 or $300, select the corresponding Top-Up card by clicking the Buy button beneath the respective card. This will take you to our payment provider.

Follow the steps there to complete the payment.

Provide your email to receive notification once the transaction is finished.

Upon receiving the successful transaction confirmation email from our payment provider, proceed with adding the payment to the system.

Enter the Payment ID from the email and click Add Payment button.

After the payment request is processed and approved, your gaming account will be topped up. Pay attention to the Deposits Balance field as it will increase accordingly.

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4.2.1 Withdraw Funds to Your Gaming Account

If you want to top up your gaming account from your Withdrawable Balance, you can use the Withdraw to My Internal Account option.

This example shows how 10 tokens from the Withdrawable Balance account are transferred to the Deposits Balance account.

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4.2.2 Withdraw Funds to Your Crypto Wallet

The Withdraw to My External Account option lets you transfer game funds to your personal crypto wallet.

This example shows how 35 tokens (equivalent to $35) from the Withdrawable Balance account are transferred to your crypto wallet.

NOTE: Payments are processed daily between 14:00 and 16:00 Central European Time (CET). If you notice any errors after submitting a withdrawal request, please contact us before we proceed with the payments.

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4.3 Deposits

This section allows you to view your deposits made within a specific time frame.

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4.4 Tickets

This section allows you to view your tickets acquired within a specific time frame.

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4.5 Referrals

This section allows you to view the referrals brought in within a specific time frame.

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4.6 Referral Earnings

This section allows you to view your referrals earnings within a specific time frame.

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4.7 Fans

This section allows you to view your fans within a specific time frame.

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4.8 Winnings

This section allows you to view your winnings within a specific time frame.

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4.9 Withdrawals

This section allows you to view your withdrawals within a specific time frame.

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5. Games

This module allows you to view all games held on a specific date.

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6. RNG Tester

RNG Tester is a module designed to verify and validate the randomness of the numbers used in the game, ensuring fairness and transparency.

At the conclusion of each game, within the game log, you’ll find the RNG Module’s configuration variables. Inputting these variables into the RNG Tester assures the fairness of the game, validating the randomness of the numbers.

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7. Options

Options module includes 3 sub-modules: Sound, Avatar Masks and Other.

7.1 Sound

The sound module has several options, such as Beep for system events and two types of music: Smooth Jazz Music and Dynamic Sound Effects. Choose your preference and adjust the music volume accordingly.

7.2 Avatar Mask

The Avatar Mask module allows you to apply specific types of masks during gameplay, particularly useful when broadcasting games on streaming platforms that may have copyright regulations. This feature ensures compliance with platform rules while maintaining your broadcast quality.

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7.3 Other

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8. My Dashboard

My Dashboard is a real-time widget that tracks your earnings, highlighting support from fans and earnings from referrals. It’s particularly useful for streamers, designed to be integrated into their streaming feeds.

Integrated Widget for Streaming

The My Dashboard widget displays the following information:

Total Referrals: The number of fans you have redirected to our game.

Active Referrals: The number of fans who have already purchased tickets for the current game in Real Money rooms.

Earnings: The real-time value in tokens of your earnings from referred fans, based on ticket sales for the current game.

Total Fans: The total number of fans who share their winnings with you in case of a win.

Active Fans: The number of fans currently playing for you in the current game.

Winnings: The assumed and projected winnings at the current moment.

This widget is essential for providing transparency and keeping fans engaged in real-time.

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9. Help and Support

For any questions or issues, please visit our Community Forum for assistance and solutions.

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