# City Competitions

• In the City Competitions, where 5 cities compete, the scoreboard has info that isn't 100% clear. I understand the total tonnage hauled, but next to it in parenthesis, for example (+ 94t).

What does that second number stand for, and how is it supposed to inform my actions in the competition? (and when I go to the next screen, it's usually not the most, nor the least of the goods delivered)

Thanks in advance for any help!

• The second number shows the tonnage of the last 5 minutes.

• In addition to hilti's response : you can use that info to know more precisely which good might need help in the next few minutes. (because you can deduce how many trains are actually on each good right now).

en pause indéterminée - away from the game until next interesting server

Likely coming back for clash!

• Masters Robbed us. We did not get the worker we just won in the worker auction. Masters 19

• Thanks for the help, this thread can be considered resolved!

• Remember: you should listen "Caller"and haul appropriate RG. You see only statistic data, strategy is the most important for winning competition. To spoil waiting time is very common mistake. E

• Remember: you should listen "Caller"and haul appropriate RG. You see only statistic data, strategy is the most important for winning competition. To spoil waiting time is very common mistake. E

you're assuming there is a caller

• I have another question.
How we can know when city competition start?
I play on Orign Journey - Matterhorn and I cannot find when start City competition.
and whats best strategy for city competition?

• You'll find the city-competitions in the competition menue. They're generated 14 to 16 hours before the event so you have to look there around 11 PM the day before.

• Hello. In city competition, when your town has upped, is the tonnage of the new goods hauled takin into account ?

• There is a simple formula to find your

competitors:

(City level city / average city level of all cities) * (number of connected players city / average number of connected players)

The results of each city will be sorted from high to low.

Then you put together groups of five citys and thats it.