Chess Played Quick is Chess.com’s event series where top chess streamers complete bounties for prizes.
Quick Bot Battles Bingo Edition Chess Set start on June 13 at 10:00 a.m. PT/7:00 p.m. CEST. For two hours, streamers will do their best to beat as many bots and complete as many bingo bounties as possible. The event features a $10,000 prize fundwith $2,500 going to the top three players and the remaining $7,500 going to bingo claims.
Streamers will have two hours to beat as many bots as possible, with prizes for the top three players. Players must beat the bots in “challenge mode”.
This edition of Chess Played Quick also introduces a new bounty bingo format, with 150 bounty-related prizes up for grabs.
- The bonuses are presented in the form of a “bingo card“.
- Each box on the bingo card contains a challenge, with players having to complete a horizontal or vertical line (diagonals don’t count) to claim bingo.
- 150 bingo requests in total are rewarded.
- If more than 150 bingos are claimed, the event standings determine who wins the prize.
Bounty rules and details
- There are 24 bounty on the 5×5 bingo card, with a free bounty cell in the middle.
- There are three levels of difficulty for bounties: easy, normal, and hard.
- Players do not need to send real-time clips to claim bounties. Instead, they must fill out a Google form containing proof that they have completed enough bonuses to claim the bingo.
- Players have no more than 48 hours to complete the Google Form and claim their bounties.
- Any type of proof is acceptable as long as it clearly shows that the bounty has ended.
- Unless otherwise stated, all bots must be played in challenge mode and players can choose any color they wish.
In the event that more than 150 bingo claims are made, the event ranking (number of bots defeated) determines who wins the prizes. For example, if 200 valid bingo claims are made, we will distribute prizes for all valid bingo’s claimed by the highest ranked participant, then for all valid bingo’s claimed by the second highest ranked player, and so on. to 150 complaints. are rewarded.
The total prize for this event is $10,000, of which $2,500 goes to the top three and the remaining $7,500 goes to 150 bingo claims. If more than 150 bingos are claimed, the event standings determine the winners.
$2,500 is for players who have defeated the most bots in two hours.
- 1st: $1,250
- 2nd: $750
- 3rd: $500
Bingo Bounty Prizes
$7,500 is for 150 bingo claims, with each bingo worth $50. Note that bingo prizes do not necessarily go to the player who submits the proof first, but rather to the players who placed highest in the speedrun. If more than 150 bingos are claimed, the event standings determine the winners.
Note that players have 48 hours to submit proof of completed bounties.
We will reveal the bonuses and bingo card once the event has started.
This edition of Chess Played Quick takes place on Monday, June 13 from 10:00 a.m. PT/7:00 p.m. CET. The event will last two hours and players will have up to 48 hours to submit proof of their bounties.
To participate in the event, you must complete the official application form below. Registration closes 48 hours before the start of the event.
Players must submit their Bounty Proof of Completion form within 48 hours of the end of the event. The official evidence submission form is below: