Your SuperBru picks earn different kinds of points:
If you correctly predict the outcome of a match (the correct winning team, or a draw), you will earn a Win Point.
During round robin / league games, the WP is typically valued at
But, it can rise to 1.5, 2 or 3 in knockout stages to reflect the greater difficulty in picking winners amongst more competitive teams.
If you miss a pick, you can still earn a WP through a default pick. A default is a pick for the team the community most expects to win. You are eligible for 4 default picks in Varsity Cup.
If your margin prediction is within 5 of the actual margin, you will earn a Margin Point valued at:
You can earn a MP even if your outcome is wrong in close situations: e.g. if you pick the Blue team by 2 and the Red team wins by 1, your margin prediction is 3 away from the actual margin and you qualify for MP. Any pick of the Blue team by more than 4 would not qualify.
If you get the outcome right and your margin prediction is the closest in your pool and within 15 points of the actual margin, you will score a Bonus Point valued at:
But, if more than one player qualifies, the BP is shared, down to a minimum value of 0.25pts.
Because each pool contains different players, your pick might be the closest in one pool but not in another. You'll earn BP in the first but not in the second.
If you join a pool late, your existing picks will be carried into the pool but you won't earn any historic Bonus Points. Instead you'll see DNQ (Did Not Qualify) in the results displays.
The Bonus Point is only used inside pools: not on the global or country leaderboards.
Grand Slam Point
If you correctly predict the outcome of every match in a round, you will score a Grand Slam Point. GSP value can vary by round. In Varsity Cup the GSP values are:
|1.00 pt||From Round 1 to 9|
|0.00 pts||From Round 10 to 11|
There is no GSP if there are fewer than 4 matches in a round and it is typically not used in knockout rounds.
You won't qualify for a GSP if you default (miss a pick but get a default pick for the most popular team) on one or more games in a round.