Rules of Play and Participation:
Create a lineup (1.200 ¢ budget) every matchday from all available players to win money in a duel against the entire community. SPITCH is based on real events and evaluates athletic performance using a defined points catalogue. To participate in SPITCH the following rules apply:
- You can join a matchday at any time, even if it has already started.
- You can participate at least 1x in each pitch that is displayed to you. You will be shown how often you can participate in each pitch.
- You can only participate with a valid lineup (see chapter “Lineup”).
- Your participation is only valid for the displayed matchday.
- A matchday begins with the first match (kick-off) and ends with the last match (final whistle).
- Your team must consist of eleven players.
- Players can only be placed in the position defined by SPITCH.
- You are allowed to line up a maximum of six players from a club.
- You must choose a captain (his points count double).
- Players cannot be lined up during a current matchday if their club has finished the match (with final whistle).
- You may change players (including the captain) already lined up during the current matchday if their club has not yet started the match (before the whistle).
- If you are already participating and line up a player from an ongoing match, you will only receive points for this player from this point on (saving your lineup). Points that a player has collected up to that moment are not taken into account.
- Each manager has a budget of 1.200 ¢ million at the beginning and thus 1,200 manager points. For each 100.000 € used, 0.8 manager points are deducted. So you can start the matchday with positive or negative manager points. Example: If you invest 800 ¢ in your players (line-up), you have 400 ¢ left. So you start the matchday with 200 plus points.
- Corrections after the end of the matchday (final whistle last match), are not taken into account.
- Corrections during a matchday can be taken into account until the end of a matchday (final whistle last match).
- The individual players of the opponent’s lineups (top 3 and last place of the winning zone) can only be seen as soon as the corresponding club plays (kick-off).
The points catalogue defines the number of points a player receives for each real event. For example, if one of your lined up players scores a goal, he receives 200 points for you. If one of your players fouls, 15 points are deducted.
In general, our Terms and Conditions apply exclusively.