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Codeta Release SkillScore Performance Aggregator

Posted on May 17, 2018 | 11:43 am
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Fancy yourself as one of the most skilled live blackjack players on the web? Know someone who is? Or are you just interested in finding out how you stack up against other players? Well now you can, with Codeta live casino, and their innovative SkillScore system.

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Using statistical analysis, broken down into big wins (the ratio of winning amounts to wins) and dedicated wins (winning to lost bet ratio), Codeta can put your gambling performance into one single number that can be compared with others. They are currently running a competition, which finishes on the 20th May 2018, but they have promised they will run more of these in the future. This one has a sweet €650 cash prize as well, so if you think you are in with a shot it might be well worth looking at. Especially since most online casino tournaments run on pure volumes of money wagered or won, rather than an aggregated skill metric!


The prizes are as follows:

1st. €625~
2nd €500
3rd €375
4th €250

Your SkillScore can also be used to target content, such as guides and tips for players whose score in a particular game drops lower than the average – or incentives for achieving a certain level. Only Evolution Gaming Live games at Codeta collect your statistics, and your score starts being counted after 30 games with at least one win. So casual or completely new players needn’t worry about being shown up with a ridiculously low score. This is a truly innovative concept and one that can only really be lauded – well played Codeta!

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