Rules

Official Game Rules
  1. Set-up
  2. A league is comprised of 6 teams. Each team has a roster of 30 films that have been released over the course of the 2019 calendar year (Jan. 1st 2019 - Dec. 31st 2019). Your goal is to score the most points in the season.

  3. Season Length
  4. The scoring season runs from Jan. 1st 2019 - March 4th 2020 (Oscars)

  5. Scoring
  6. Points are awarded via the following 3 categories:

    • Box Office
    • One point per million dollars

      • If your film makes $23 million at the Box Office, it’s 23 points. If it makes $230 million, that’s 230 points.
        • Only domestic box office is counted.
        • The points aren’t rounded up. If your film makes $22,999,999 at the box office, it’s 22 points.
    • Metacritic Scores
    • Points are also awarded or subtracted for your film’s Metacritic Score. Scoring is determined using the following scale:

      • 96-100 = 150 Points
      • 86-95 = 100 Points
      • 76-85 = 75 points
      • 66-75 = 50 points
      • 56-65 = 25 points
      • 45-55 = 0 points
      • 35-44 = -25 points
      • 25-34 = -50 points
      • 15-24 = -75 points
      • 5-14 = -100 points
      • 0-4 = -150 points
    • Oscars
    • Oscar bonus points are awarded using the following scale:

      • Best Picture
        • Nominated - 50 Points
        • Win - 150 Points
      • Best Director / Actor / Actress
        • Nominated - 25 Points
        • Win - 50 Points
      • Best Supporting Actor / Actress / Screenplay Categories
        • Nominated - 15 Points
        • Win - 25 Points
      • All Other Categories
        • Nominated - 5 Points
        • Win - 15 Points
  7. Draft
  8. Draft order will be randomly assigned. Teams will draft in a snake-like fashion for the first 15 rounds of their rosters. The remaining films for their roster can be picked up over the course of the season.

  9. Rosters
  10. A player can have a maximum of 30 movies on their roster. There is no minimum. The first 15 films in their roster will be selected during the draft. The remaining films can be picked up over the course of the season via free agents, the waiver wire, or trades.

  11. Signing Movies
  12. A player can add a movie at any time. If they already have 30 movies on their roster, they must cut a movie.

  13. Cutting A Movie
  14. Once a movie has been released in the US (limited or wide release), that movie CANNOT be cut or traded from a player’s roster. The deadline to cut a movie is 10 am PST the day before the movie’s scheduled release date. For example, if a player wishes to cut a movie scheduled to be released on Friday, July 6th, they must do so by 10 am PST on Thursday, July 5th.

  15. Trading
  16. Movies can be traded amongst players. Multiple movies can be traded at once. Players involved in a trade do not have to send over the same number of movies. For instance, Player A can trade three (3) movies to Player B in exchange for just one (1) movie. The trade deadline is December 1st, 2019 at 12:01am.

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