ZEDGE July Leaderboards: Racehorse and Stable Profit Leaders
Beat the Arb: Racehorse and WETH Prizes Won on the Arbitrage Run Show
Up Next - Sit n Gos: More opportunities to race, guaranteed entry & bigger prize pools
Winners Circle: Stable Milestones, Tournament Victories & more
ZED RUN Trivia: 3rd Party Tournament Winners
ZEDGE July Leaderboard
Congratulations to the following 100 stables and 100 racehorses for earning their way to the top of the ZEDGE profit leaderboard for July!
Stable Profit: https://zedge.run/leaderboards/profit/stables/2023-07/
Racehorse Profit: https://zedge.run/leaderboards/profit/horses/2023-07/
Every month you can view the fastest speeds at each length as well as top racehorses & stables by profit!
Are you on the leaderboard for August? You can find out here and check back next month to see how far you’ve climbed!
Beat the Arb by Arbitrage Run
Donkey Teeth and Kevin of the Arbitrage Run Show aired their first ever ‘Beat the Arb’ stream where users compete for their share of the Arb Community Fund.
Both racehorse prizes and WETH prizes were given out to attendees, so make sure to subscribe to their channel here to be notified of the next one!
Up Next - Sit n Gos …
More Opportunities to Race: Embrace the thrill of racing in more tournaments, more often. No more repetitive qualification rounds!
Guaranteed Entry: Lock in your spot with confidence. Once you’ve paid the buy-in fee, your entry is guaranteed, no more worries about missing out.
Bigger Prize Pools: Brace yourself for adrenaline-pumping showdowns giving you the opportunity to win big.
Launching next month, Sit n Go Tournaments are designed to augment the current core gameplay experience by providing more opportunities to race on demand. They play a crucial role in our endgame strategy, creating a dynamic ecosystem where both maxed-out and ageing horses will find new opportunities to shine.
Tournaments For Everyone
Set to launch with three Sit n Go tournament types, each with different formats and payout structures. The initial launch targets casual players, but our endgame-style Sit n Gos are already in the works, exploring potential conditionals and different buy-in tiers. We're leaving no stone unturned to ensure everyone finds their perfect race.
Open to all racehorses within a class - no exclusions, racing fees will be 10% with a 50/50 split between the treasury and ZED, keeping the ecosystem thriving.
Moreover, we're mindful of how the current Weekly Premier engagement loop might impact older horses so, we're committed to incrementally adding higher stakes Sit n Go opportunities for them.
Stay tuned throughout August for more updates, behind-the-scenes playtest footage and all the detail around formats, number of entrants, buy-in amount, XP rewards and segmentation as we get closer to the big day.
Got feedback/questions? Reach out to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Congrats DoxninerRACING on reaching 1k and winning their first-ever tournament!
Wisconsin Single Barrel cracked 1 ETH in profit for the stable on ZED RUN!
Chubby Stables cracked the top 10 for July monthly profit!
Bluenose Racing secured their 5000th win on the platform!
The Champ Factory took down their first C1 tournament final with Double Malt!
ZED RUN Trivia Third Party Tourney Edition
Have you kept up with 3rd party tournaments hosted lately by ZEDGE, ZLEAD, ZED RUN Control, and more? Below are racehorses and stables that have shined in recent community events!
- Which racehorse (owned by Spotlight Stables) placed first in ZEDGE’s ‘Level Up’ open racing challenge during Season One?
- Which stable won OTBrun’s ‘Danshan vs World’ tournament?
- Which racehorse (owned by Derekw10) finished 1st on the leaderboard for ZEDGE’s ‘Hot Hoofs’ challenge during Season One?
- Which racehorse (owned by ManR S) won ZLEAD’s free discord-exclusive tournament this week?
- Which stable won ZLEAD’s latest Madness tournament?
Last Week’s Answers:
- Hold the Tears (Class 2 < 250 Race Finalist)
- Cheese and Melon (Class 2 < 250 Race Finalist)
- No Running (Class 4 Free Weekly Premier Finalist)
- Ice Ice Maybe’ (Class 3 Maiden Stakes Finalist)
- Television (Class 3 < 250 Race Quarter-Finalist)