Winner gets 32xp.
Is that statement really true during challenges? I have a feeling it means, "If you win, you get 32xp". If the opponent wins, the opponent shouldn't get 32 xp for winning against a person very much lower in terms of level than him. If you win however, you SHOULD get 32 xp. Am I wrong? If no, why is it written in that manner? It should be changed. If yes, it is unfair because higher level people can challenge lower level people and keep getting 32+ xp for winning each challenge. Tell me, I am really confused with SoloLearn's xp system!
7/24/2018 9:07:32 AMSatyam
7 AnswersNew Answer
This is what I found: https://www.sololearn.com/faq/#q13 I don't think both player win (or lose) the same points (which is also not true for Elo rating). In my experience, none of the "winner gets 32xp" challenges I have played were against opponents who were more than 1 level lower than me. Challanging lower level opponents most commonly gave me 1xp. I also think it's not about the level, but the participants' xps in the language of the challenge--levels are just easier to see.
I was also confused with the statement!! I think the statement is probably wrong!! Winner might be me or my opponent but if my opponent is junior than me by level!! then I will get less XP and he will win he will get more XP!! I think this should be considered by SoloLearn authority!!
Jukka Kuusto that's like gambling!
Yes, playing challenges is gambling with your xp.
Lower level user probably pitches in fewer xp in the pot, e.g. lower level 12 xp + higher level 20 xp = winner takes all 32 xp