The ELO system is a special game mode for players over level 15 where you can win Collectors & Rares cards as well as Clintz and Credits.
The rules of ELO are designed for a more strategic gameplay based on Deck building. In order to play in ELO, you must have have a Deck valid for the ELO Deck Format and play in one of the ELO rooms. There is one ELO Tournament each week, every players starts the Tournament with a ELO value of 1000. After every ELO battle, you'll win or lose ELO points according to the ELO value of your opponent and the double of the Clintz earned in the battle will be added to the ELO Clint Jackpot. At the end of the Tournament, every player with a ELO value over 1000 will win prizes. Then everybody is reset to 1000.
Rules for Type ELO
Your Deck cannot contain less than 8 characters.
The sum of the characters levels in your Deck must not exceed 25.
- You must play a least 5 ELO battles during the week to be considered as a participant of the ELO tournament.
- ELO points won will be reduced after 3 ELO battles in the same hour agains't the same opponent or ip adress.
- If you don't play ELO for a few days, your ELO value will slowly go back to 1000.
- If you are in the ELO ranking top 35 and if you play during a day, you must play a minimum of battles that day: 1st to 10th: 6 battles, 11th to 25th: 4 battles, 26th to 35th: 3 battles. If you do not play enough battes, you will receive a small penality related to the missing battles.
- If you let too many ELO battles timeout on your turn, you'll receive a penality (increasing with the number of timeouts).
- If you are caught trying to cheat or abuse of organized play to rank higher, you may face a ban from the ELO mode.