FAQ

  • What is this?
  • This is a place where you can have a friendly competition based on reality TV shows. Your goal is to try and correctly predict the contestant(s) who are the most likely to get eliminated each episode. The premise is simple but do you think you really know who will be going home next?
  • Do I have to pay anything?
  • No, you do not have to pay anything to play on this site. However, in the future, there may be premium features available that you can pay for such as private leagues, no ads, etc... However, you can play the entire concept without spending a single dime.
  • How do I play?
  • Each episode will allow you to rank the contestants from 1 to the total number of contestants available for that episode. Contestants that you think have the highest likelihood of being eliminated should be ranked on the lower end of the scale, such as 1 or 2. Contestants that you think have the lowest likelihood of being eliminated should be ranked on the higher end of the scale, such as 20.
  • What do the pick numbers mean?
  • The pick numbers represent how confident you are that the contestant will not be eliminated during the course of the episode. The higher the number, the more confident you are that contestant will not be eliminated.
  • How does the scoring work?
  • Once the contestant(s) is eliminated and the episode has completed, the admin(s) for the site will update the episode with who went home within 48 hours. All of your non eliminated contestant scores will be tallied up and that will be your score for the episode. The exception would be if there are back to back shows, then the scores will be tallied shortly after the airing of the episode.
  • How can a contestant get eliminated?
  • This can vary from show to show, but there are a couple of possible options.
    • Elimination through the show's normal means, such as being voted off by the cast.
    • Medical evacuation, such as injury.
    • Leaving due to a family emergency at home.
    • Quitting.
    • Physical altercations with another contestant, such as fighting.
    • Removed by the production crew.
  • What happens if nobody is eliminated during an episode?
  • If nobody is eliminated during the episode, everyone will get all of the points for the week. This will, of course, likely mean that a double elimination will be in the following episode and will likely shake up your leagues quite a bit.
  • What happens if multiple contestants are eliminated during an episode?
  • Nothing different than if a single contestant were to go home except that your overall total for the week will be lower.
  • What constitutes an elimination?
  • For a contestant to be deemed eliminated, they have to be removed from the main area of game play for the remainder of the episode.

    For example: Contestants that are eliminated, but are saved by any means, are not eliminated from the episode. However, players who are voted out but go to Exile Island, or another "secondary area", are eliminated from the episode.
  • What if a contestant comes back?
  • If a contestant comes back, they will still retain their eliminated status in the episode that they were eliminated in, but will be available for ranking starting with the next full episode after their return.

    Example: If a contestant is eliminated in episode 2, but return to play in episode 3, they will be available for ranking in episode 4.
  • Why can't I have a private league?
  • Private leagues will be in an upcoming update and will be a premium feature.
  • Why are leagues capped at 10 people?
  • This is to keep leagues small and fun. In the future, private leagues will be available and, if you're a premium member, you'll be able to create a private league with as many of your friends as you would like. All of the global leagues are unlimited so the competition will be fierce but the bragging rights of winning will be great.