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Every new team starts with level 0.

By collecting Prestige you can advance to the next level. You get prestige for victories in friendly games, for winning tournaments and leagues.

Each additional level requires more prestige. The overall prestige values ​​to be achieved are:

Level 1: 10,

Level 2: 30,

Level 3: 50,

Level 4: 75,

Level 5: 100,

Level 6: 125,

Level 7: 170,

Level 8: 230,

Level 9: 300,

Level 10: 375,

Level 11: 500, 650, 800, 1000, 1250, 1500, 2000, 2500, 3000, Level 20: 3750,

Level 21: 4500, 5500, 7000, 9000, 12000, 15000, 18000, 21000.25000, Level 30: 32000,

Level 31: 40000, 50000, 62000, 75000, 100000, 125000, 150000, 200000, 250000, Level 40: 300000,

Level 41: 350000, 430000, 540000, 670000, 800000, 1000000, 1250000, 1500000, 2000000, 2500000, Level 50: 3000000 (it takes some time until someone achieves this, but in principle the levels go on indefinitely)

When you reach a new level you always get 10 rubies. This is worth a lot at the beginning and is pretty quick if you consistently collect prestige through victories in beginners' tournaments.

Up to level 23, a new item is unlocked in the shop with every ascent (you will receive a corresponding message).

There are tournaments with level limits. The JuniorCup is only accessible up to level 14, the Amateur Cup C to 17, Amateur Cup B to 20, Amateur Cup A to 23. Always play the most valuable cup possible in order to gain as much prestige as possible.

Up to level 14, teams are considered beginners, up to level 24 as silver teams, up to 29 as gold teams, from level 30 as platinum teams. This makes a difference in the challenges that are received with different frequencies, in the free items that can be picked up up to 30 times in the store, and for the items that you get when you exchange player cards. Finally, the 'Unity' morale event is limited to beginner teams (up to level 14).

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