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Welcome aboard the Cricket Revolution (CR) community. Please go through the community guide below for a detailed outlook on all of CR’s online and multiplayer features.
CONTENTS
1. Account Info
1.1 Steam Account
1.2 CR Account
1.3 Country Team
1.4 Patches
2. Ladder Info
2.1 Leaderboards
2.2 Individual Ladder
2.2.1 Player Levels
2.2.2 Rookie (Level 1 to Level 5)
2.2.3 League A (Level 6 to Level 15)
2.2.4 International (Level 16 to Level 25)
2.2.5 World Elite (Level 26 to Level 50)
2.3 Clubs ladder
2.3.1 Club levels
2.4 Countries ladder
3. Statistics
3.1 Account Homepage
3.2 Batting stats
3.3 Bowling stats
3.4 Match history
3.5 Note on stats tracking
4. Achievements and Records
4.1 Halls
4.2 Awards list
4.3 Records
5. Clubs
5.1 Forming a club
5.2 Joining a club
5.3 Future tournaments
6. Revolution Online
6.1 Pavilion
6.2 Playing a game
6.2.1 Ranked/non-ranked
6.2.2 Host
6.2.3 Join
6.2.4 Invite
6.2.5 Quick match
6.3 Friends panel
6.4 Channels
7. Forums
7.1 Rules
7.2 Feedback

1. Account info

Each player will have two accounts: a steam account and a CR account, both of which will serve a different purpose.
1.1 Steam account
You need a steam account to be able to purchase, download, and install the game. If you are not already registered with Steam, you can do so here .
1.2 CR account
In order to have complete access to all of the online features of CR, you will need to create an account on our website. Once you have done so, your online cricketing career begins! You will be able to play multiplayer games on Revolution Online (RevOnline); post on our forums; and create your personal profile on our website on your way to cricketing glory.
1.3 Country team
When creating a CR account, you will be required to select a team. Your team cannot be changed once your account has been created. To request a change of team, you must write to the community manager. All teams have equivalent gameplay and talent point attributes.
1.4 Patches
Based on your feedback and continued testing on our part, we will be releasing new patches from time to time in order to implement balance changes, add new features, and fix bugs that are reported. Patch announcements will be made on our website and change logs will be posted in our forums. You do not need to manually install any patches for CR; your game will automatically be patched the next time you log on from your Steam client.

2. Ladder info

Climb the ratings ladder and stay ahead of others to make it to the top of the leader boards. Gain points by beating your opponents; lose and your rating will drop.
2.1 Leaderboards
These are tables that display the top ranked players, clubs, and countries for various categories. These rankings are based solely on the rating of those players/clubs/countries within their ladder, with the highest rated player/club/country taking the top ranks. Vie for the top position in the respective ladder to gain bragging rights and the top spot light in the most comprehensive online cricket game rankings to date!
2.2 Individual ladder
In the individual ladder, player ranks are based purely on their individual rating. If you want your ranking to increase at a faster rate, try your luck against higher level players. Alternatively, you could take the easy way out by beating weaker opponents. However, keep in mind that if you lose against a player who is ranked much lower than you, your ranking will fall significantly.

2.2.1 Player Levels: Starting as a Rookie, gain levels in each class to qualify for the next one. There are a total of four classes: Rookie, League A, International and World Elite. While the number of rating points required to jump through levels within a class are constant, the ladder is modeled such that it’s harder for players at the top to level up.

2.2.2 Rookie (Level 1 to Level 5):
When you begin playing on RevOnline, you start off as a Rookie. Most players who fall under this class are beginners and thus, not very high skilled. Don’t take them too lightly though, there might be exceptions. Rookies must gain 5 levels to qualify for League A status.

2.2.3 League A (Level 6 to Level 15):
League A players are fairly experienced with CR and have got what it takes to distinguish themselves from Rookies. Eventually, this is where most of the average skilled players would lie. League A players must gain 10 levels to qualify for International status.

2.2.4 International (Level 16 to Level 25):
With practice and dedication, many will be able to level up enough to reach the International division. Having put in a lot of effort, these players will have the skill that comes with it and will probably be able to beat most players on RevOnline. Being an International player is something you can boast about to your casual gaming friends. International players must gain 15 levels to qualify for World Elite status.

2.2.5 World Elite (Level 26 onwards):
Only the most hardcore gamers will have what it takes to become a World Elite. One will have to be equipped with in-depth knowledge of cricket, and have the talent to apply it to CR to achieve this status. Almost always, you will see a name of one of these professionals pop up as the tournament winner. World Elite players have a level cap of 20 within their class.
2.3 Clubs ladder
Just like the individual ladder, there is a separate Club ladder and each club has its own rating.

2.3.1 Club levels:
Whenever two players from different clubs play a ranked match against each other, their club’s rating will be modified. The change in each club’s rating depends on the rating point gap between both the clubs prior to the match.

We will be expanding on the club ladder and associated tournaments as the community matures.
2.4 Countries ladder
Each player’s team belongs to a particular country. Whenever you play a ranked match against someone whose team represents a different country, the country ratings change. Countries with the highest rating take the top places in the country rankings.

3. Statistics

The thing that cricketers care most about; and we serve them to you on a plate to track, compare, and compete! We keep track of all the data generated when a game is played. This is then recorded and stored in our database and displayed in your profile. Watch your online cricketing career sky rocket and your batting average swell as you dominate the leaderboards!
3.1 Account Homepage
Your account homepage is the ‘Main’ tab in your profile. This displays only the most basic information: level, rating, class, country, current club, and the result of recent matches you’ve played.
3.2 Batting stats
Under the ‘Performance’ tab, you will find detailed stats for all the batting innings you’ve played. The stats for 10/20/50 overs are kept separate, and so are those of different classes (rookie, league A, etc.).
3.3 Bowling stats
Right below the batting figures are detailed stats for all the bowling innings you’ve bowled. Just like the battings stats, these are also stored separately for different formats of the game and for different classes
3.4 Match history
Match history shows a summary of the overall result of games played for each format and class.
3.5 Note on stats tracking
All stats for a player’s performance get filed under the class category that the player was at during his match. Hence, a player will have different Rookie, League A, International, and World Elite stats during his online career. Additionally, when two players of different classes play a match, all stats for that match are stored in the lowest common class between the two players. For example, if an International Level 25 player plays against a League A Level 14 player and beats him, the International player’s League A stats get updated; not his International stats.


4. Achievements and Records

CR offers a variety of Awards and Achievements for certain goals that you achieve during the course of your online cricketing career. Only ranked games played on RevOnline count towards the accomplishment of these goals. Add color to your profile by unlocking as many awards as you can!
4.1 Halls
Get your name listed in the awards and achievements halls by being one of the first one to grab a specific award or by winning it the highest number of times. There are separate halls for different kind of awards. Win the highest number of awards to make it to the top of awards leader board.
4.2 Awards List
Find a complete list of Awards and their description here. There are multiple categories of awards with varying difficulty across all three cricketing disciplines of batting, bowling, and fielding.
4.3 Records
Set records for the world to see, whether it’s the highest team total, highest individual batsman score, highest number of total runs scored, most economical bowler or the highest wicket taker.


5. Clubs

A club is basically a clan with a number of players, and has its own rating. Join a well reputed club to add value to your profile, or create a club of your own and lead it to join the ranks of other top clubs.
5.1 Forming a club
Log on to our website and you’ll see an option to form a club. In order to create a club, a minimum of 3 players must become a part of it. Till that happens, your club will be listed as being inactive and the system will not record its stats. Similarly if at any point in time the number of players in a club falls below 3, it will be considered inactive and will be removed from all rankings until it recruits the required number of players. Also note that you can only form a club once you're a League A player.
5.2 Joining a club
In order to join a certain club, you need to send a join request to that club. Once the captain of that club accepts your request, you become a member of the club.
5.3 Future tournaments
In the near future, we plan on arranging tournaments on RevOnline not just for individual players but also for clubs. Make sure your club has the necessary talent required to defeat rival clubs if you want to claim all the exciting prizes.


6. Revolution Online

RevOnline provides you with a platform to play online with players from all over the world.
6.1 Pavilion
This is the interface you see when you connect to RevOnline. Consider it as RevOnline’s homepage. You can see a summary of your profile, change your squad settings, or play a quick match when at the pavilion. Read the live news from time to time for any updates or information from us.
6.2 Playing a game
Once you’ve connected to RevOnline, you can play a custom game with anyone by either hosting a game or joining someone else’s server.

6.2.1 Ranked/non-ranked:
If you are the host, you have the option to choose whether the game should be ranked or friendly. A ranked game counts towards all leaderboard rankings, awards, and records since all the statistics from that game get stored. A non-ranked game does not have any effect on your stats. Treat it as a practice game or a friendly match.

6.2.2 Host: Host a game and wait for another player to join. Being the host, you get to select the settings (stadium, ranked or non-ranked, pitch type, weather, lighting and overs). If there is another player who wants to play on a similar set of settings, they should join your game. Please refer to our hosting guide (coming soon) to get details on how to be an effective and good host and avoid common problems that members face when hosting.

6.2.3 Join:
You should be able to see a list of games in the lobby. Join the one which has the kind of settings you would want to play on. You don’t want to start a 50 over match if you have a flight to catch!

6.2.4 Invite:
Invite a friend, a rival or just about anyone to join your game.

6.2.5 Quick match:
This feature searches a random opponent within your skill set and with similar settings to yours. Note that you will only be matched with a player from your class or a class above you.
6.3 Friends panel
The friends panel at the bottom of your screen allows you to add friends so that you can communicate with them without having to be inside the same channel. The friends panel offers you some interesting features: 1) Quickly invite your friends to play directly from the panel 2) Leave offline messages for your friends to synchronize matches and game timings with them 3) You can message your friends directly from the friends panel even if they are within a game

6.4 Channels
Channels are like chat rooms where all the users that have joined can talk to each other. There is an upper limit to the number of people that can join a particular channel at one time. Each channel will have a number of moderators, so make sure you follow the channel rules or else you might get kicked.

7. Forums

The official forums will be your primary means of communication with us and with other CR users. Discuss strategies, report bugs or any other problems, ask for help or just stick around to gel in with the community. Follow the link on our website and use your CR account to start posting!
7.1 Rules
Before you start posting, please make sure that you’ve read the forum rules that can be found here. Violating any of these could lead to a temporary or maybe even a permanent ban.
7.2 Feedback
Our team highly values any feedback or suggestions you provide. If you feel any feature in CR or on our website needs to be tweaked, added or removed, do let us know by posting in the feedback forum.


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