Data League released!

Hello,I am pleased to announce that Data League v0.1.0-alpha.2 has been released!
Source code: Challenge League · GitHub

  • 1vs1, 2vs2, 3vs3, 4vs4, 5vs5 challenge mode (captains mode)
  • match leaderboards
  • custom duration for the match (1-48 hours)
  • 1vs1 quick matchmaker search
  • league main leaderboard
  • match result submits with score and proof link
  • automated check that match result consensus is established

Data League Roadmap:

  • improved reward calculation
  • performance improvement
  • multi-server discord matches

P.S. If you’d like to contribute please contact me at GitHub: @dkozlov



@dkozlov This looks interesting but because it’s a fork of the game server it’s not really easy for the community to use.

Is there a reason you couldn’t implement this logic as part of library that developers can pull in to load features in their Go code or JavaScript code (or both)?

From what I can tell a lot of the functionality would be a perfect fit to be provided in that way. A good example of an experiment we’ve done like this was the party system prototype ahead of our official realtime parties feature:

nakama-unreal/party.go at master · heroiclabs/nakama-unreal · GitHub

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Hello @novabyte! It was originally implemented as part of library challenge-league/nakama-plugin-challenge-league (nakama plugin) which was the recommended way according to the nakama documentation.

I am using nakama plugin as backend API and GitHub - challenge-league/nakama-go as client side frontend. In my situation client side is a discord bot that calls nakama backend API.

Regading the fork of the game server: if you look at changes (v0.1.0 · challenge-league/nakama@de15bea · GitHub) you will see that I have not modified the server but I have added the required dockerfiles and changed go.mod due to incompatibility with go.mod in my nakama-plugin.

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@dkozlov I see I think I understand how you’ve laid out your code now. Your features are packaged as a library that can be consumed by game teams. I think there’s some improvements that could be made I’ll try to spend some time on a pull request if I get the chance over the next couple of weeks.

Thanks for the contribution to the community. :beers:

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