The prize pool is over 200 Boomsday packs. Anyone with a perfect score wins $1,000.
HOW TO PLAY
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Rate each Boomsday card on a scale from 1 to 5 stars.
Stars measure how much you think the card will be in decks during the Boomsday meta.
5 stars means you think a card will be in the top 20% of frequency in decks across all Standard cards. 1 star means the bottom 20%. Examples of Kobolds & Catacombs cards at each star level are here.
You can enter your prediction until August 6th, 11:59pm Pacific Time.
If you don't want to rate each card from scratch, you can start your prediction with pro picks. (We're still loading pro picks so this may take a day or two to show. When pros don't rate on a 5-star scale, we estimate. Ping us at email@example.com if you want to help load pro picks.)
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For every card rating you get right, you earn 5 points. For every rating that’s one star off, you earn 4 points, and so on. Your points will be calculated regularly on our leaderboard.
At the end of September and in early December, the best predictions will win prizes.
The 1st, 2nd, and 3rd highest scorers will win 60, 40, and 15 Boomsday packs, respectively.
Anyone who earns a perfect score at end of September wins 100 packs. Anyone who earns a perfect score for the expansion wins $1,000!
We’re paying for the initial prizes out-of-pocket but we’d like to work with sponsors to cover our costs and increase the prize pool. If you’d like to be a sponsor, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are a pro and want to let people start with your picks, share them on verified social media and we'll make your picks an official preset.
If you'd like to volunteer to develop features or improve the design, email us at email@example.com or just reply to this thread.
Mark (“Siberian”) and Sasha (”CivilCrayon”)