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I'm trying to figure out how reward xp from challanges are determined. I often find myself againt players with double level than me. These matches are quite good and the rewards are quite generous. But every once in a while I'm in a match where I will get only 1xp if I win, and a huge chunk will get deducted if I lose. Happens with opponents both higher or lower level than me. What are these edge cases? I usually ignored challanges with less than 10xp reward, but recently I'm getting way more of these.

12th Aug 2017, 2:48 PM
Salekin
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Simple. Xp are giving base on the difference of xp between two challengers on a particular course. Let say HTML for example, the difference in HTML xp between the two. The one with the higher amount of xp will lose more if he fails the challenge. No matter the level the person is. You can be in level 10 but you have only 500px and someone else is in level 12 with 200xp. If you lose (the one with 500xp and level 10), you will lose a higher amount of xp because you have more HTML xp than your challenger no matter the level. Hope its clear
12th Aug 2017, 3:04 PM
Rudy Petgang
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yeah I really appreciate your question dude.... because , I too felt like this when you are new to one language challenge and if your opponent is familiar with that by challenging more and more... that challenge match will be like (32xp) when you win you'll get nearby 31 XPS when you are lose you'll lose only few (1xps) .. according to my knowledge this is the current scenario....so don't worry buddy ðŸ˜Ž keep learning and keeeep coding....
12th Aug 2017, 3:01 PM
Mac
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I see. So, the matches where the reward was shown 32 xp to me, did my opponent get only 1xp if they won? It sounds unfair for them. In that case, the more progress someone makes the rewards will get smaller gradually. Is it so?
12th Aug 2017, 3:12 PM
Salekin
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Exactly
12th Aug 2017, 3:19 PM
Rudy Petgang
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