There are 6 predictions that a user needs to make for every upcoming live match of a sport.
Predictions will concern simple concepts such as runs, wickets, catches, economy rate, etc, in cricket, and goals, saves, passes, tackles, etc, in football, and other similar concepts in other sports.
These predictions are put up as questions in a card design (shown below) with 2-3 options.
The user needs to predict which option will come true in the match. If the prediction comes true, the user gets 10 points. If it doesn’t, he loses 4 points.
User needs to look for the two numbers in Green & Red to identify how many points he will gain & how many points he will lose for each match respectively.
To predict, the user needs to swipe the card - Swipe right selects the right options, swipe left the left option and swipe up selects the third option (the one on the bottom). You can also select the option by clicking on the option choice.
The questions for any upcoming match are typically put up 24 hours before the start of the match unless one of the teams involved in the match is playing the previous day. Then the questions are put up within 2 hrs of completion of the previous match.
Users are allowed to make their predictions up to 1 hr before the start of the live match (in case of sports like Football, Basketball) and 10 mins (in case of Cricket). The last time to make predictions for a match is also indicated next to the match on the home screen.
Results of the predictions are updated within 2 hours after the competition of the match.
If a prediction of the user turns out right at the end of the match, the user gains 10 points and if it is false, the user losses 4 points.