Zed Run Delays Six-Horse Races

Zed Run Delays Six-Horse Races

Zed Run announced it will be postponing its new six-horse paid racing format in a schedule update posted early this morning in the project's Discord server.

This initiative, which had been slated to go live today, will be delayed while the team addresses an issue that was "discovered in the tourney set up that impacts these races."

When this new format does go live, here's what stable owners can expect, according from a tweet the project posted on August 11:

  • New 3-D visuals
  • Class points will still be earned and lost in Top Six races. A winning horse will receive seven points for each six-horse race won, as opposed to 12 points in a full 12-horse race.
  • Race results will still count towards a racehorse's stats

This is not the only format innovation that Zed Run is exploring. The project has hinted at a new head-to-head style race, though the timeline for these races going live remains unknown. The team also recently introduced an "All 12" payout structure where prize pools are less top-heavy while paying out a larger percentage of the entry pool.

More about Zed Run

The NFT horse racing ecosystem, Zed Run replicates the multi-billion dollar equine industry on the blockchain, where horse owners can buy, sell, breed, and race digital horses. Based on Novus Earth, Zed Run horses are made up of four different bloodlines: Nakamoto, Szabo, Finney, and Buterin, all with varying degrees of rarity, scarcity, and purity. 

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