*How To Play
-3 Students of same grade and school form a team, and compete with other teams over English, Math, and Science questions. This game is limited to 4th to 6th graders only.
-Every player has a limited amount of Energy Points. Players will consume energy every time they answer a question, expanding and/or training their land. Players will not be able to play when they are out of Energy Points. However, Energy Points will slowly return over 24 hours.
-The total number of land plots and correctly answered questions of each team are weighted according to this formula: 7*[Number Of Land Plots] + 3*[Number Of Correctly Answered Questions] = Aggregate Score.
-In case two or more teams have the same score, the team that reached the score earlier will prevail.
-The top 5 teams are required to show student ID card, a certificate of enrollment or other proof of enrollment in order to claim prizes.
-The host has the right to disqualify the player if he/she fails to provide proof of enrollment.
-One person can only register for one team. If duplicate registrations are detected, the host may disqualify the applicant and fill the vacancy by order.
-If technical problems are encountered during the competition (such as unexpected termination of game or crashed system), the organizer will not be held responsible for personal network or equipment problem. If it is a systems issue, please report the error using the “game error report” or notify us directly via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Notices about technical issues after the competition has closed will not be considered.
-If a player violates the competition rules and thereby achieves an unfair advantage, the host has the right to disqualify him/her.
-The host has the right to modify the competition rules.