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Citroen GT (2008) Tri-Series

Hutch_DmitriHutch_Dmitri Posts: 306 admin
edited June 1 in News & Announcements

For the next two weeks, the Tri Series is instead the GT Series, named for its grand prize, the Citroen GT (2008)! Read more:

Events

There will be three 72-hour Qualifier events:

  • Event 1: Thursday - Sunday (27 May - 30 May)

  • Event 2: Sunday - Wednesday (30 May - 2 June)

  • Event 3: Wednesday - Saturday (2 June - 5 June)

Each of the three Qualifier events will award cars, packs, and GT Tokens. While criteria for events all vary, the main car theme of the GT Series is German 2010-2014 non-prize cars.

Challenges

There will be three challenges running from mid-next week to Monday morning (7 June).

-          Regardless of your event performance, you will still gain access to the GT Open, a lower-level challenge to pick up some prizes with your hand.

-          Win a single GT Token to gain access to the GT Finals challenge to give you the opportunity to win the Citroen GT (2008).

-          Win all three GT Tokens to be able to complete the Triple Crown challenge, an additional bonus challenge, easier to beat than the GT Finals, but requires more success in the Qualifier events, for additional great rewards.

Please note that tokens are not consumed by any challenge.

Rewards

GT Open (0 keys needed) – Prizes include a Standard and Premium pack and a great collectable Super Rare

GT Finals (1 token needed) – Prizes include a Carbon Fiber pack and the Legendary prize car, the Citroen GT (2008).

GT Triple Crown (3 tokens needed) – Earn all three tokens to compete in this challenge.

 


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Comments

  • EndlessWavesEndlessWaves Posts: 921 ✭✭✭✭
    It feels like this would be a good opportunity to flip the matchmaking pattern for the events. Start with the open access one with everyone in together, then narrow the brackets to make it easier for new players and harder for keen players. 
  • lemmings99olemmings99o Posts: 1,871 ✭✭✭✭✭
    It feels like this would be a good opportunity to flip the matchmaking pattern for the events. Start with the open access one with everyone in together, then narrow the brackets to make it easier for new players and harder for keen players. 
    I disagree, it should be easier for new players to win stuff than it is for older players.
  • EndlessWavesEndlessWaves Posts: 921 ✭✭✭✭
    It feels like this would be a good opportunity to flip the matchmaking pattern for the events. Start with the open access one with everyone in together, then narrow the brackets to make it easier for new players and harder for keen players. 
    I disagree, it should be easier for new players to win stuff than it is for older players.
    I'm talking about keeping the normal tri-series matchmaking (if that's planned) but flipping the order so the finals matchmaking is first and the prelims matchmaking is last. 

    So the overall difficulty and chance to win stuff is the same.

    It just means that for casual players the easiest event of the three - where they're facing other low trophy players - is the one that starts last, so they're more likely to notice it. It's after the challenge pops up and so on. 
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