You can win big by participating in the BlueStacks World Cup event. Play your favorite games on BlueStacks to earn cards that have a certain token value (points). You can collect cards to acquire points by playing games, trading or buying cards, and redeeming points to win rewards.
All users who wish to play games on BlueStacks and win big this FIFA World Cup season.
BlueStacks versions affected
All versions of BlueStacks
What is BlueStacks World Cup?
You can participate in daily events on BlueStacks and collect cards. Each of these cards represents a player from the 32 National teams playing in the FIFA World Cup 2018. Each player card has a rarity (Common, Rare, Epic) and a token value depending on their popularity, skill level etc. The token value of your collection increases as you collect more cards.
If you complete a full team roster, you receive a 10% bonus of the team’s combined token value.
You can choose your favorite team from the 32 teams participating. Completing your chosen team’s roster rewards you with a 15% bonus of the team’s combined token value.
How can I start playing?
You may start playing by launching our BlueStacks World Cup website WC18. On our website, you will find the option to Get started. Refer to the image below.
Clicking on Get started will open the following prompt and clicking on Start Winning will give you an option to Download BlueStacks.
What are the rules of the Game?
The BlueStacks World Cup event is divided into 3 stages. The Group Stage, The Elimination Round (Round of 16 and Quarter Finals), and The Final 4 (Semi-Finals and Finals). Each stage follows the real schedule of the FIFA World Cup 2018 with a few days before and after it.
There will be 3 stages of rewards with a limited number of GUARANTEED winners for each stage, with the rewards increasing after each stage, and the people winning decreasing all leading up to a Grand Prize.
Each stage will have a token requirement that the users must race towards. The users able to cross it will be eligible for the rewards of that stage.
Users, after crossing the required token value, must maintain it till the stage ends for it to be valid. Failure to maintain the value will move the reward to the next one in the queue. So be careful, and don’t trade away or sell cards after making it to the reward value.
How can I collect cards and where can I view them?
You can collect cards in 3 ways: Play, Trade, Buy.
While playing games on BlueStacks, cards will be dropped randomly and added to your collection. The longer you play games, the greater are the chances of card drops.
Participating in BlueStacks Quests (Quests change weekly) gives you a chance of getting better cards and even card packs.
If you get duplicate cards and want to trade them out to complete your team, you can do that in the “Trading Square” in Pika World.
There are no rules to Trading, and you are allowed to be as greedy or charitable as you want. Have the skills to trade 3 commons for an Epic? Go for it.
You can buy a variety of BlueStacks World Cup card packs from the Store. Each pack has its own specialty. Some might give you a large number of cards, but not enough highly rated cards, while some may give you fewer cards, but with guaranteed Rares or even Epics.
If you have duplicates or are looking for specific players that you just cannot seem to find you may find it at Marketplace. It is a community driven market where you can buy and sell individual cards. You can also buy card packs and cards with Points, and you earn points by completing actions on BlueStacks.
Cards collected can be viewed in “Home” in Pika World, under the World Cup tab. You can change your chosen team after each round, keeping it competitive to the very end.
What can I win?
- Stage 1 - 500 Hoodies (Country Choice)
- Stage 2 - 200 Jerseys (Out of selected countries)
- Stage 3 - 10 Signed Pele Jerseys/Cleats
We genuinely appreciate your choosing BlueStacks. We hope you enjoy using it. If you have any further questions, please contact us at support at bluestacks dot com. Thank you very much.
Last updated on June 11, 2018