Our game administrators like to have as much fun as you do with PlaySqorr, and will offer unique combinations of head to head matchups where the players have a Handicap.
Handicapping adds a projected total point offset between the sides of a matchup. This is the number of points scored by which one side must defeat the other side. The Handicap value for one side is always the inverse of the value for the other side as an example:
- Handicap matchup example: “T. Brady QB -4.5 vs. R. Wilson QB +4.5”.
This would mean that T. Brady's total score at the end of the match would need to exceed R. Wilson's by greater than 4.5 points in order for you to Win (if you selected T. Brady). Here is an example with some hypothetical points scored (assuming T. Brady has a -4.5 point handicap):
- T. Brady scores 20 points and R. Wilson scores 15 points. T. Brady is the winner of the matchup.
- T. Brady scores 19 points and R. Wilson scores 15 points. R. Wilson is the winner of the matchup.