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Create local events.

Events can be created by the admin of the center with the iCafeCloud license.
The customers can join the available events on the client side(icafemenu) and start playing.
Players can earn coins from the wins,kills, assists, etc from the top 5 games they play during the event time, and whoever gets the highest points at the end of the event period wins the event.

The winners will be listed by their five best performances in the games they played in the event.
Every time a player does a better game than the last one, the coins will be replaced with the better game coins.

Ex: if they have played in a total of 50 games the best 5 games of 50 will be counted and add the player in ranking position.

A list of the games that iCafeCloud supports for events are :

  1. Fortnite
  2. League of Legends
  3. Dota 2
  4. Valorant
  5. Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

Notes:

  1. Coin calculations can be found at Ranking.
  2. Overwolf must be working properly in the cafe to let the customers join the event.

To create an event on CP, follow the steps below:

  1. Go to the “Events” page and click the “Add” button (Figure 1).

Figure 1

  1. Enter the details of the event and click the “Save” button (Figure 2).
    Details of the event include:  
    Event Name: Name of the event
    Game : Select the game from the dropdown.
    Game mode : Select a game mode (solo, duo, or squad).
    Event start and end date and time period
    Top winners : Select the number for top teams or individuals, like 3 for top 3 teams, will be winners.
    Ticket price : The charge of the event
    Scoring type : There are 3 options in scoring type . They are :
    1.Best "N" matches : There will be an option to select a number of top games to include for scoring.
    2.Total score : Scores from all the games played will be counted.
    3.Best takes it all : Only one match from any one game that has the most score will be selected for scoring by the individual player.
    Bonus amount : Prize amount that will be automatically distributed to teams.
    Bonus currency : available currency are coin and doge (crypto)
    Description : short description of the local event

Figure 2

  1. Then the event created will be displayed (Figure 3).

Figure 3

  1. Now at the client PC, customers can go to the “Events” tab and select the event (Figure 4).

Figure 4

  1. Then click the “Join” button (Figure 5). In the same way, any player can join the event.

1=> Discord button for players to join our discord server.

2 => Back button to hide the details of the event.

3 => Join button to join the event.

4 => Play button. When a member joins the event it will activate and can play with it.

5 => Description of the event.

6=> Terms of service of the event.

7 => Details of the players, all players who joined the event and their stats.

Figure 5

  1. Enter the email address and click the “Join” button (Figure 6).

Figure 6

  1. After that the player detail will be added and displayed at the right and a player can play when the event is started (Figure 7).

POS= Position in the event
Player = Player name(member)
Matches = Number of matches played.
Wins = Record of the wins.
Kills = Record of the kills made.
Assist = Record of the assists made.
Point = Record of the points gained.
Bonus = Record of the amount won.
Bonus paid = Record of the paid bonus.

Figure 7

The event has come to an end. It's time to distribute the incentives and award the prizes to the participants.

When you go to the event settings, it will show you the completed events in bold color. To see the participants, and therefore the winners, click the arrow (Figure 8).

Figure 8

The top three players' win/loss ratios, as well as how many wins, kills, and assists they received, will be displayed on the panel, and the winner will get the bonus amount indicated in the last column, "Bonus" (Figure 9).

Figure 9

After that, tap the "Allocate" button and then "Yes" to confirm. The bonus to the winner will then be distributed by the system (Figure 10 & 11).

Figure 10

Figure 11

The bonuses are then assigned, and the amount is displayed in the "Paid bonus" column (Figure 12).

Figure 12

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