The Miami Ape: ZED Chateaux introduces Laura Rodriguez to ZED RUN
Racing for Charity: The Most Wanted Invitational results are in
High Stakes Top Six: Schedule for High Stakes Top Six races extends
Big Races, big promotions: More time allotted prior to tournament finals
Tournament Tracker: Track your tournament progress with ease
ZED RUN the World: Content in multiple languages coming soon
Mrs. Roid Rager: Learn skills from one of ZED RUN’s most experienced
Lucky Maiden Returns: Lucky Jack and Zombie Racing-led tournament
Cracking the Code: Eric Wong on his path to ZED success
ZED Chateaux Starter Stream Welcomes @TheMiamiApe
On Thursday, July 21 at 3 PM EST Laura Rod aka The Miami Ape – recently named to Forbes list of Top 10 Latin NFT influencers – joined ZED Chateaux for a red carpet introduction to ZED RUN.
On the stream Laura received her first-ever ZED RUN racehorse – perfectly named, The Miami Horse – and competed against the community.
If you missed Chateaux’s stream with Laura make sure to give it a watch.
Most Wanted Invitational Charity Tournament
Archibald Royal Family took home the $4,000 first-place prize for the Gary Sinise Foundation in Tuesday’s Most Wanted Invitational charity event.
The nine-race tournament included twelve of ZED RUN’s most notorious stable owners, each representing a charity of their choice.
High Stakes Top Six Update
You asked, and we listened – more High Stakes races are on the way!
As a result of community feedback, we've decided to expand the High Stakes Top Six payout races to run every Sunday from July 24 to August 14. Additional details will be released following the conclusion of each race.
Full information about Top Six races can be found in our previous announcement.
Increased Window from Qualifying to Finals
Beginning on July 25, the window from all Tournament Qualifiers to Finals will increase from 1 hour to 24 hours. This adjustment is being made to provide ample time for community creators to promote larger prize pool races.
Tournament qualification periods will remain as 12am to 12am UTC. Finals races will start twenty-four hours later. For all the info on daily tournaments and the new schedule, head to the ZED RUN Guide.
To help stable owners keep track of their tournament progress, we’ve introduced a Tournament Tracker.
The tracker shows useful information such as:
- How many races your racehorse has completed in a distance funnel
- How long the tournament qualifying period has left
- The average number of points earned per racehorse
- The current cut lines for all tournament qualifying brackets
For more information about the tracker visit the ZED RUN Guide.
ZED RUN the World
ZED RUN is already enjoyed by stable owners across the globe, so as part of an effort to provide the same welcoming experience for all stable owners, our team is translating content.
If you’re fluent in Korean, Turkish, Japanese, Vietnamese, Spanish, Mandarin, Cantonese, Portuguese, Indonesian, or Hindi and would like to be part of a content translation review panel, please reach out.
Mrs. Roid Rager Content Series
If there was a ZED University, Mrs. Roid Rager would most definitely be a professor. Further evidence of her teaching chops came last week as she embarked on educating fellow ZED Headz through a series of informative videos.
If you missed any of Mrs. Roid Rager’s lessons, check out her YouTube channel.
Lucky Maiden Runs For a Fourth Time
On July 24, Lucky Jack and Zombie Racing are at it again with the fourth iteration of their community led Lucky Maiden tournament. The tournament runs side-by-side the ZED RUN Maiden.
According to the Lucky Maiden team, the first three instalments of the series have seen 1300 racehorses participate for over 25 ETH in prizes.
To find out more about Lucky Maiden 4 read the full tournament info here.
‘Cracking the Code’ with Eric Wong
Longtime ZED Headz will tell you there are few community members with a better understanding of the game – specifically, breeding – than Eric Wong. He takes the time to document his trials and tribulations on the racetracks to help other stables.
If you missed his recent Medium blog outlining his adventures in hunting success, give it a read.