On the Account page, you can change your username and email address, and select your country. Your username is what shows up in the lists of top ranks. Your email address is where your prize is sent, if you’re one of the month’s top ranking players.
The ‘Judging Type’ option allows you to choose between several different ways of self-judging (or having an independent jury judge) which of two image choices best matches the impressions you received when remote viewing:
The ‘Normal’ option presents the two image choices together.
The ‘Descriptions’ option displays text descriptions of the two images choices instead of the images themselves. Judging by descriptions will let you avoid ever seeing the incorrect image choice at all, so you are less likely to pick up impressions of the incorrect choice when remote viewing. The drawback is that you might receive impressions that match aspects of the image that aren’t included in the description.
The ‘Rate Tags’ option presents a list of words and phrases (called ‘tags’). Some of the tags describe an element or aspect of the correct target image, while the rest describe parts of the incorrect image choice. Using the slider below each tag, rate how well that tag matches the impressions you received (that is, how likely the tag describes the correct target image that you remote viewed). Judging by rating tags allows you to select between the two image choices without seeing either one, so you are less likely to pick up impressions of the incorrect choice when remote viewing. The drawback is that you might receive impressions that match aspects of the image that aren’t included in the tags.
The ‘Scrambled’ option presents the two image choices in scrambled form, as if they had been cut into small squares and rearranged. This way, you can avoid seeing the actual target image until the feedback stage, but will still be able to make out most of the colors and shapes from the scrambled image choices.
The ‘Independent Jury’ option sends your sketch/notes to other members of the RV Tournament community to do the judging for you. Using this option, you can completely avoid being shown the two image choices, and you will see only the correct target image the next day. You can read more about Independent Jury judging here.
The ‘Description’, ‘Rate Tags’, ‘Scrambled’, and ‘Independent Jury’ options may be worth trying if you find that your remote viewing sometimes produces a good match to the wrong image choice. So far, people have had the most success with the ‘Independent Jury’ and ‘Rate Tags’ judging types.
If you’re one of the top ranking players at the end of a month, you’ll be sent a prize. You can choose how you’d like to receive that prize, here. If you live in the United States, you’ll have the option to receive your prize as an Amazon gift code. No matter where you live, you’ll have the option to receive your prize as a PayPal payment. There is also the option to waive your prizes, for those who would like to help support RV Tournament.
Normally each player’s correct target image for a round is determined randomly. Because of this, two players may not have the same correct target image. Normally that’s not a problem, but it can be if two players who are close (for example friends or significant others) have different target images. In those cases, details about one player’s target image will sometimes show up in the other player’s RV session; two players who are close often seem to share a telepathic link! When these two players have different target images, this link can give them information about the wrong image, but if the players have the same target image, the link can actually help them out.
If you are close to someone else who plays RV Tournament, it’s easy to make sure that you both get the same correct target image in each round. To do this, both of you can set your “Group Name” to the same word or phrase. You can choose anything as your group name, just make sure that each person you want to share the same daily target image with also has their Group Name set to the same thing. Group Names are not case sensitive. Note that Group Names only work for players using the Normal or Scrambled judging types; for other judging types each player is assigned a random pair of images.
Connecting to Facebook, Google or Apple
You can also connect your RV Tournament account to your Facebook account from the Account page, if you’d like. If you do so, your Facebook profile picture will show up in RV Tournament, including in the lists of top ranking players. Your RV Tournament account will also adopt the same username and email address as your Facebook account, but you can change those if you’d prefer. Alternatively, you can connect using your Google or Apple account.
Connecting to your Facebook, Google or Apple account will let you use the same RV Tournament account on more than one device, and to continue using the same account should you replace or lose access to your device.