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Ultimate Cards can have two type of performance bonuses that will impact their final score:
- Card Rarity bonus
- Card Condition bonus
Cards can have four different rarities:
Unique. Each rarity will have a specific season supply and a specific performance bonus.
Common cards are not NFTs but are hosted on the server directly. They also don't have a performance bonus like other rarities.
Rarities define the number of season editions of Ultimate Cards that will be minted over the course of a season (August to July every year).
- Common (infinite supply)
- Epic (300)
- Mythic (30)
- Unique (1)
- Common +0%
- Rare +5% - not released yet
- Epic +25%
- Mythic +50%
- Unique +100%
There are four different Card Conditions :
Standard. Each condition comes with a specific amount of Tournament entries and performance bonus.
As cards are used in Tournaments game mode, their amount of 'Tournament entries' will decrease. When the number of 'Tournament Entries' for a card condition reaches zero, the card will move down to a lower condition state.
Tournament entries & Performance bonuses of each Conditions:
- 10 tournament entries
- 15% performance bonus.
- 20 tournament entries
- 10% performance bonus.
- 30 tournament entries
- 5% performance bonus.
- At this stage, card no longer have a condition bonus or icon
- Genesis special edition cards will permanently retain the "Mint Condition" bonus.
- 15% Performance bonus.
Common cards are not NTF, are always in the Standard Condition and do not have a performance bonus applied.
Tournament entries are deducted at the start of the Gameweek.
Where can you check the condition bonus of a Card?
The condition bonus of a card can be seen at all times in the Collection or Marketplace tiles.
You can browse more details about it when opening the details' page of a Card.
- Multipliers are additive (+50% (Mythic rarity) + +15% (Mint Condition) = Athlete earns 165% of their Gameweek score).
Ultimate Cards with the Common rarities are not NFTs - but free cards used to onboard players and the entry point to our free-to-earn core loop. They have unlimited editions, no performance bonus, and cannot be traded.