BEAT MY TEAM (BMT) is a fantasy sports game played with Player Cards and Player Card Packs!
On each player card, you will find the following important information:
Player’s position, i.e. a forward (FWD), midfielder (MDF) or defender (DEF)
The level of the player card in BMT. There are 10 player card levels. The higher the level, the higher the GP multiplier. To upgrade to a higher level, collect more player card copies.
: The player’s name and team the player is currently playing for
(round flag icon) – The football competition that this player participates in, i.e. in this case Spanish La Liga.
Important note for players with multiple competition participations: There are players that participate in more than one competition. For example, Messi participates in the Spanish La Liga, in UEFA Champions league and in the World Cup. In these cases, the flag icon shows the player’s national league. You can use the same player card, in all competitions the player participates in.
(in this case x10) – Is a multiplier and shows the number of goal points you get for every goal this player scores. In this case if Griezmann is on your lineup and scores a goal, you get 10 goal points on your contest leaderboard.
(in this case, 0.51) – This is the Average Goals per Match this player scored. It’s based on all his participations during this and last season. Important! Please note that some largely unknown players might exhibit a higher GP than other, more well-known players, because they might have very few participations.
– Player cards have 5 rarities. Common, Rare, Top, Legend for players and Epic for all coaches. The rarer the card, the more valuable & powerful it is.
: At the bottom of each card you can see a grey icon representing player card copies and two numbers, in this case 1/2. The 1st
number is the number of card copies you have since the last player upgrade and the 2nd
number is the number of player card copies you need for the next player upgrade.
When you have collected enough player card copies, as shown on the right, i.e. 3/2, which means that you needed 2 card copies to upgrade and you now have 3, then the upgrade bar changes to blue color, and a green arrow appears, indicating that you can upgrade this player.