In-Game Oracle

External Source of Truth

Imagine having an impartial arbiter watching every gameplay ever played. It doesn't only seem necessary for competitive gameplay – it is necessary.

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The External Arbiter

Every competition leads to a final result that requires agreement from all playing parties. The fairness of the final settlement is ensured by the trustless nature of the entire process, thanks to key infrastructure elements.

The In-Game Oracle serves as the external source of truth, providing the system with an impartial arbiter that verifies all the data in real-time.

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The Threat of Malicious Behavior

Multiplayer games, whether turn-based or settled in real-time, rely on players' inputs to shape or interact with the game environment. Competition in such an environment is based on a player's ability to gain an advantage over other participants.

The gaming world, even at the highest level, constantly battles against malicious actors who attempt to gain an unfair advantage over others. Anti-cheat mechanisms are developed to create fair environments for players to compete in and invest their resources, whether time or money, to become more competitive. However, poor design mechanics or exploitable infrastructure can lead to malicious behavior that making anti-cheat systems useless.

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Ensuring Fairness with In-Game Oracles

Fairness of the gaming process and the final result in on-chain games built with Elympics is ensured by both the Server-Authority design and In-Game Oracle verifying and validating the gameplay.

This design allows game servers to act as the ultimate authority in determining the final result, eliminating the risk of manipulation on the client side. By using the Server-Authority approach, developers can introduce an additional entity which secures and validates all players' inputs in real-time, ensuring that no malicious behavior goes unnoticed.

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Paid Competitive Gaming Made Secure

By enhancing the trustless nature of the system, developers can create environments in which Paid Competitive Gaming can be effectively implemented.

The mechanism centered around player's skill level adds an additional layer of excitement and motivation for players to participate in the game, with a reward system built upon the shared pool model. By incentivizing players to take risks, developers can foster a competitive environment where skill and strategy are rewarded.

The trustless environment, integrated with the external arbiter in the form of In-Game Oracle, helps create a secure and fair gaming experience in which players can confidently put their tokens at stake, knowing that any malicious behavior will not be tolerated.

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