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    Posted: 13 Oct 2016 at 6:26pm
This is a quick step by step guide intended to get you started on the game without going into any real detail.  For more detail, there are screen by screen guides as well as the "About" guides which tell you a lot more about the game.

1)  Register.  The obvious start is to register to play the game.  You must provide a valid email as this is where you will receive game updates and notifications.   You should receive an email and you will need to click on the link to complete the registration.  If you do not receive the email, then you can go back to the registration screen and click on the resend email link.  Failing that, you can try registering again with a different email address - always worth a try as certain email servers will block certain types of traffic.  If this still does not work, send an email from the email address you are using to rooqboxing@gmail.com and I will verify you manually.

2) Login to the game.  When you log in the first time and click on the forum link, a forum account is automatically created for you, allowing you to make threads, send PMs etc on the forum.  You do not need to log in to the forum separately - a single log on handles both the game and the forum.

3). Enter the game.  Clicking the Enter Game link takes you through to the Managers Office "Overview" screen.  The first time you hit this page, you will be prompted to create a Promotion.  It is not necessary to do this straight away.  A lot of the pages such as the Rankings and Amateur pages allow you to view without having created a Promoter.  Feel free to have a browse.

You will also see a notification bar for Hints.  If you have a look in here first, you will get some advice on where to create your promotion.

***HINT: for all screens - you will see a golden question mark at the end of the navigation bar.  This takes you through to the detailed help thread for that screen***

4)  Create a promotion.  Enter a promoter name, and choose the country and region where the HQ will be based.  The cost of setting up and maintaining a HQ differs depending on the country.  E.g. it will cost much more in USA, UK and Japan than it would in Cameroon or Yemen.  The choice of HQ will also influence whether certain boxers will want to sign with you.  Once you have created a HQ you will automatically be assigned 4 fighters from that country (though not necessarily that region).  You will automatically get a promotional licence for the country of the HQ (meaning you can stage shows there).   Additional licences can be bought for other countries.

5)  Optional - buy another licence.  You can buy a licence to promote in any other country.  This is automatically renewed each year until you cancel.  A licence is a mandatory requirement for staging a show in that country.

6)  Check out your fighters.  You can do this by clicking the Stable link in the main navigation bar, or by clicking on the "#num fighters" hyperlink which currently shows "4".  From the Stable screen you can click on any of your fighters to open a new window showing that fighters details.  Note that at this point you dont know a whole lot about your fighters.  The stats will be gradually revealed in the coming weeks.

7)  Assign trainers.  For each fighter you need to find and assign a trainer.  There are a few links which can take you through to the Find Trainer screen.  e.g. in the Next Fight section and the Trainer details section. 

8) In the Find Trainer screen you can search for the trainers with the attributes you desire.  Note that there are different "class" trainers and your fighter will not be of interest to the best trainers around.  However, have a search and see what you can find.  There are a few things to consider when choosing a trainer so it is well worth clicking on the golden question mark to get more info.

9) At this point, you might want to put one or more of your fighters into an Exhibition fight.  These types of fights do not go on the fighters record but will gain novice fighters some experience, and give you a chance to see a fight report.  You can request this from the pro boxer detail screen by selecting the "Schedule Exhibition fight" in the dropdown.  You can request certain style/stance opponents, but this is not necessary.  The AI will make the match automatically and it will be processed in the next game processing.  Note that after an exhibition fight, your fighter needs 3 days to recover before he can start preparing for his next fight.

***Note - game processing happens every 3 hours. You can see how long until the next game processing in the top right corner of the screen***

9) Go to Shows > Schedule Show to create your first eBoxing show.  It is advisable to book a show in 3 or 4 weeks time choosing the home town of one of your fighters.  At this point you might as well select one of the smallest venues available so you can get an idea of how many tickets your fighters can actually sell.  With every trainer's gym in the game doubling as a tiny venue you should be able to find somewhere with capacity around 100 to put on your starter fighters against bums.  

10)  On booking a show you will be taken to the Show Detail screen.  At this point you need to confirm the ticket pricing.  The default ticket pricing should be fine at this point so just confirm the prices.  This has to be done before you can schedule any fights on the show.

11)  Go to each of your fighters and schedule a fight.  Your trainer will recommend the types of fight your fighter needs at this point in their career.  You can go to the Schedule Fight screen and choose your newly scheduled show, make it a non-title (as your fighter wont qualify for any title fights yet anyway), choose the number of rounds (probably 4 or 6).  If you wish you can also check the Recommended option which basically means the trainer will suggest opponents (if any are available).  This is a bit quicker than trying to find a suitable opponent by style, stance and checking out their record and well worth doing at the start of a fighters career as the trainer has the best chance of picking out the most beatable opponent.  Try getting an opponent as close to the show venue as possible to keep expenses down.  Confirm the purse and then confirm the summary when it comes up.

12)  Now you can wait.  The fight will be simulated on the selected show date.  In eBoxing world, 1 game day takes 3 hours.  So a 24 hour period is 8 days.  Therefore, if you have scheduled the fight to take place in 3 game weeks, thats around 2.5 real days away.

13)  No...literally don't just wait.  Theres plenty more you can do!  You can now have a scout around for more fighters to sign from both the amateur and pro worlds.  However, only the stats of the most highest class fighters are revealed to the point where you might want to make a decision to sign, so it is well worth hiring a scout or two.

14)  In the Scouting - Find Scouts screen go and find a scout.  The higher class the scout the more expensive they are.  Also, location matters as each scouting trip will require expenses to be paid, so you dont want to hire an Australian scout and then fly him out to Europe or the Americas everytime. Once you have chosen a scout, confirm to hire him.

15)  Now you can either set up a scouting task for your scout - e.g. send him to a certain country, region or city to look for fighters, or you can search for a fighter yourself, find one you are interested in knowing more about and assign the scout so that the fighters stats are gradually revealed (by selecting the Scout Fighter option in the fighter detail screen drop down).

16)  After a number of game days, scouted fighters stats will start being revealed.  It takes around 6 game weeks to pretty much fully reveal a fighters stats. 

17)  When you are ready to sign a fighter this can be done from the fighters detail page by selecting "Sign a fighter" from the drop down and putting in an offer.  They will get back to you within 3 game days.

18)  The first end of game day processing after starting your promotion, a Sponsorship offer should come through.  You might as well accept this however poor it seems.  You get a new sponsorship offer every 6 game months.

19) Each promotion also starts with an Amateur Boxing Club linked.  This is set up in the processing after you create your promotion and comes with 4 starting fighters.  Fights are automatically made for your ABC fighters - you do not get to schedule any yourself.  However, one thing you can do is set up an "ABC Challenge" and go head to head against another club.  Winning an ABC challenge earns points and rep for your club while losing one, will lose you points.  ABCs also get points when their fighters win other fights, or are selected for a tournament.

20)  This should be enough to get you started...but while you are waiting for your first fights or signings, there are plenty of guides to read...

Edited by administrator - 15 Jul 2020 at 2:09pm
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