InnoGames Introduces Tournaments To Elvenar
A new feature called "Tournaments" has been added to Elvenar. The feature will offer players a chance to participate in a new tournament every week, with each tournament lasting a few days. Each tournament will be tied to a specific province type. The more of a specific province a player has completed, the more that will be open during its related tournament.
The difficulty level of a tournament is dependent upon the distance of a province as well as its level. The higher the difficulty, the better the rewards.
Full information on the tournament feature can be viewed in the first portion of the episode of InnoGames TV located above.
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