Chess Played Quick – Puzzles (Bingo Edition): All information
Chess Played Quick is Chess.com’s event series where top chess streamers complete bounties for prizes.
Quick Chess Game – Puzzles (Bingo Edition) start on September 22 at 9:00 a.m. PT/6:00 p.m. CEST. Streamers will play a series of puzzle challenges to complete bingos and collect their bounties. The event prize pool is 2,000 Twitch subscriberswith 70 bingos up for grabs and extra prizes for top scorers in Puzzle Rush, Puzzle Survival and Puzzle Battle.
Streamers will have two hours to complete a series of challenges and fight to stay on top of the leaderboards in Puzzle Rush, Puzzle Survival, and 5-Minute Puzzle Battle. As in the previous edition of the CPQ, there will be no ranking categories for this event.
- The bonuses are presented in the form of a “bingo card”.
- Each box on the bingo card contains a challenge.
- Players must complete a horizontal, vertical or diagonal line to claim bingo.
- This event has a total of 70 bingo games, each bingo is worth 20 subscribers.
Bounty rules and details
- Please note that only Twitch streamers are eligible to win prizes.
- The bingo card is a 5×5 grid, with 24 bonuses and a free cell in the middle.
- Players must complete a Google form with proof that they have completed enough bounties to claim bingo. They don’t need to cut proof in real time.
- Participants have up to 48 hours to complete the Google Form and claim their rewards.
- Any type of proof is acceptable as long as it clearly shows the bounty the player has completed.
- If the proof a player submits does not prove that they have completed a bounty, we will not accept the bounty. Once we have decided to disqualify a bounty, we will not accept any further proof from the player that they have completed the bounty.
- Chess.com staff will provide a new account to each participant.
- If more than 70 bingos are claimed, Puzzle Rush’s daily 5-minute leaderboard will serve as the tiebreaker.
We will post a detailed list of all bounties here once the event begins.
This event includes 2,000 Twitch subscribers as prize funds. Each bingo is worth 20 subscribers, totaling 1,400 subscribers. The remaining 600 subscribers go to the top three players on the Puzzle Rush, Puzzle Survival, and 5-Minute Puzzle Battle leaderboards:
- 1st: 100 subscribers (x3)
- 2nd: 60 submarines (x3)
- 3rd: 40 submarines (x3)
The event starts on September 22 at 9:00 a.m. PT/6:00 p.m. CEST and lasts two hours.
If you are a Twitch streamer and would like to participate in this edition of Chess Played Quick, complete the official application form below. Registration closes 48 hours before the start of the event.
Participants do not need to send their proof in real time. Instead, complete the proof submission form below within 48 hours of the end of the event if you wish to claim a bounty. Important: you must complete the form for each bingo you want to claim (do not try to claim them all at once).