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Community-balanced competitive experience

Competitive Arena

Codyfight Arena (game mode no. 3) features a dynamic ranking system with rewards depending on the robot rank. Players have to constantly learn and understand new map tiles and behaviors in Special Agents to be able to develop the necessary skills to play and build adaptive AI robots. Each arena match costs 1 CTicket or 1 Daily Ticket to enter.

Robot rank

There are a total of 11 [0-10] robot ranks.
To advance (rank up) players have to win x % out of n matches.
Robot de-rank (rank down) when failing to maintain a determined win-rate y % out of m matches (see table below).
Position
Rank up (Win % / Games)
Rank down (Win % Games)
Novice
10%/10
N/A
Begginer
20%/20
N/A
Begginer
30%/30
N/A
Begginer
40%/40
N/A
Mid-level
50%/50
25%/100
Competitor
60%/60
30%/90
Competitor
70%/70
40%/80
Competitor
80%/80
50%/70
Competitor
90%/90
75%/60
Vice-champion
100%/100
82%/50
Champion
N/A
85%/40
Due to the super-dynamic ranking system, a robot’s rank always reflects its actual (current) skills and performance. Hence, there is no chance to climb and stay at the top of the ranking table without effort. The ranking system reflects the following statements:
  • Rapid climbing at the beginning
  • Slower climbing at the top ranks
  • Faster de-ranking at the top ranks
  • Slower de-ranking at the lower ranks
Free Daily Tickets can be used to enter the game until #5 Competitor rank. Rewards for winnings are granted in CTickets for such games.
Once the robot reaches #5 Competitor rank, the player cannot use Daily Tickets anymore and has to enter games paying CTickets instead. However, from this point - the player is rewarded in Codyfight Tokens (CTOK). Players withdraw their profits/rewards to their preferred crypto-wallet (see Arena rewards).
Last modified 1mo ago