Earn money playing your favourite games via eSportcave

by Johnson Daniel
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When you’re good at it, playing games can be a lot of fun. What’s even more interesting is when you can earn money while playing games. These days, there are numerous platforms on the internet that provide this opportunity.

Today, we’ll look at eSportcave, a skill-based social gaming app that allows you to win real cash prizes by playing games you enjoy.

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Although we all know that the primary goal of this platform is to allow users to win real cash prizes by playing games they enjoy, there is some additional information you should be aware of before registering on the platform.

eSportcave is accessible via an app and is only available to Android users at the moment. Another thing to take note of is the types of games you can play on this platform. In as much as they claim to offer different genres of games in their collection, the only game available to users at the moment is the ‘Whot Cave game.’

You win cash as a user by wagering your game, the winner takes all at the end of a challenge, and winners can withdraw their winnings. However, this does not make eSportcave a gambling app, and games on eSportcave are based on skills, not games of chance.

How to get started

  • Download and install the eSportcave app from here.
  • Launch the app, and sign up for an account (Use this – t3nC88u9 as your referral code while filling out the sign-up form).
  • Your account should be ready for use after completing all of this.

You should get a registration bonus after completing registration. Previously, new users got N500 registration bonus but currently, users now get N250 for registering. You can use the registration bonus to play a game and grow your money.Earn money playing your favourite games via eSportcave

How to play WHOT on eSportcave

Things to note:

  • To enjoy a seamless gaming experience while playing WHOT! on the eSportcave app, you must have a strong & stable internet connection and be located in areas where your phone reception is excellent, as the eSportcave app may occasionally freeze if you do not have strong internet.
  • At each turn, each player has a turn time countdown of 20 seconds to play a card or pick from the stack pile; if a player misses his/her turn, they automatically miss their turn to play.
  • During a game, you can increase the stake amount at any time to increase the total prize to be won. The opponent has to accept the “raise stake” offer within 10 seconds, for the new stake to be applied to the stake balance.

1 on 1 Match Mode:

The 1-on-1 battle is a game of death that leaves only one winner standing and the rules applicable are as follows:
Card Effect Explanation
1 HOLD ON The same player plays again.
2 PICK TWO The next player must either play another two(to defend) or must draw two cards from the stock instead. After cards have been drawn for the two(s), the next player can play any legal card.
5 PICK THREE The next player must either play another five(to defend) or must draw three cards from the stock instead. After cards have been drawn for the five(s), the next player can play any legal
8 SUSPENSION The next player misses a turn.
14 GENERAL MARKET All players except the person who played the 14 must immediately draw one card from the stock.
Note that in a two-player game (2 players), there is no difference between “HOLD ON” and “SUSPENSION” since there is only one opponent to skip.

Variations:

The rules supplied with the cards also describe a short game without scoring: there is just one deal and the first player to get rid of all their cards is the winner.

Tournament Games:

The tournament challenge takes a slightly different approach. The game is played until a player declares all his cards, the remaining participant’s cards are then calculated and the player with the highest points is eliminated. This continues, until the “Finale” where only two players face off in a final challenge of 1 on 1. The winner of the final is declared the winner of the tournament.

Special Cards:

Card Effect Explanation
1 HOLD ON The same player plays again.
2 PICK TWO The next player must either play another two(to defend) or must draw two cards from the stock instead. After cards have been drawn for the two(s), the next player can play any legal card.
5 PICK THREE The next player must either play another five(to defend) or must draw three cards from the stock instead. After cards have been drawn for the five(s), the next player can play any legal
8 SUSPENSION The next player misses a turn.
14 GENERAL MARKET All players except the person who played the 14 must immediately draw one card from the stock.
In the multi-player tournament game(4 players), the use of the 1 and 8 varies. “HOLD ON” means all the other players wait while the same player plays another card while “SUSPENSION” means just the next player misses a turn.
The next card played after a “HOLD ON” or “SUSPENSION” has to follow the normal rules – it must have the same symbol as the 1 or 8, or the same number (causing another hold on or suspension) or a wild 20WHOT! card accompanied by a call for the shape that should be played next.
A player whose hand is reduced to two cards must warn the other players by saying “warning.” A player with just one card must warn the others by saying “last card”. Any card symbol or number can win the game.
Star cards count double when scoring. To help when calculating the score, the star cards show two numbers: the large number is the number of the card, used in play; the small number is the point value of the card, used in scoring.
If you cannot or do not wish to play a card at your turn, you draw one card from the draw pile instead; having drawn a card, you are not allowed to play a card on this turn.
If the draw pile runs out, all except the top card of the play pile are shuffled to form a new draw pile, and play continues.

Deal:

Deal and play are clockwise and the turn to deal passes to the left after each hand. The card shuffles randomly and is distributed clockwise to all players. The system deals 7 cards to each player, one at a time, and puts the rest of the pack face down to form a draw pile.
When a WHOT! card is played, the player must name a suit (symbol). The next card played must be a card of the named suit or another Whot card.

Scoring:

The play ends when a player wins by getting rid of all their cards. The other players score penalty points for the cards left in their hands. Circles, squares, crosses and triangles count face value, stars count double (the penalty value is usually printed inside the small stars), and WHOT! cards count 20.

The player who has the highest count or more penalty points drops out, while the game continues. The last player left is declared the winner of the Tournament.

How to withdraw

Before you can withdraw from the platform, you must have a balance of at least N500. You can request a withdrawal of your winnings by clicking the “Cashout” button on your homepage. Withdrawals are processed instantly, but there may be delays depending on your bank.

There is still one more way to earn from eSportcave, which is using its referral program. There is a reward of 250 coins which is equivalent to 250 Naira for every successful user referred to join the platform using your referral code. You can get your code by heading to Home > Settings > Share the fun.photo 6001056051639728879 y

Lastly, if you lose all of your money after playing a game, you can try again by either funding your wallet or referring people to join the platform using your referral code.

 

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