The 25th is a very special day every month as the finals of the famous Royal Team Cup, the oldest racing competition of the game, are being held.
It starts at 7:01 pm local time with the 1Y old Flat Racing final, till 10:18 pm with the latest race, the 8Y old Trotting final. 24 finals will follow one after the other: in 3 racing disciplines (Flat, Hurdling, trotting), 8 generations of age (1 to 8 years old horses).
The competition ranking table will be calculated and published in real time after each arrival. The Team Cup is a fierce competition where the horses (the best of their generation) are prepared for this special occasion since a long time. Most of them had first to pre-qualify within Team Races and then qualify during the first round races that were held on the 15th.
For a Team, winning the Team Cup is entering the legend of the game.
For a stable owner, winning a Team Cup final is an excellent publicity for his stud, and always good for the portfolio too!
The Team system is a community tool which enables players to share their passion for virtual races.
Players can get together and set up private races, exchange tips.
It's more fun to share your passion for horses and management games with others than to play on your own.
Joining a Team is a good way of understanding and entering the game faster.
It only takes seconds to find or to create a Team.
A Team must abide by certain rules :
- Rules of Etiquette : Behave as gentlemen with the ladies.
- Rules of organisation :
Each Team has its own boss. He is the Team manager and can decide to accept or not a player who is willing to join the Team.
The Team administrator can name other managers.
These will then have the same privileges as the main administrator :
they accept the new members, name their administrator, organize the forum.
They can also decide the break up of the Team. Make sure you choose the right person.
The Random Number Generator (RNG), scaling, and mapping algorithms used (in small proportion) in the transmission from one generation to another of genetic factors (heredity and breeding algorithms) have been independantly evaluated as fair and not predictable.