The SuperWalk team has held more than 100,000 exercise records through the operation of walking and running apps.
Based on this analysis, we found that community-based challenges can significantly contribute to the formation of users' exercise habits. We developed the Crash Challenge to continue exercising more interestingly by providing a feeling of being connected through competition, comradeship, and consensus with community holders.
What is Crash Challenge?
- It is a community-based challenge system that achieves a target distance or target number of participation days during a set period.
- Users can participate in the always-on Crash Challenge by paying $WALK for participation.
- Users can earn $WALK as a challenge participation reward.
- The types of community challenges will be expanded to include various missions in addition to Crash Challenge.
- Example #1. Team Crash Challenge - Divided into Blue/Red/White teams to determine the competition based on the average distance of each team, number of days of participation, etc
- Example #2. Dureun Dureun Jjakgung Challenge - Two people applied in pairs, and the day when both left the exercise record is recognized as a success. Successive consecutive days with higher number of days wins.
- Example #3. Vandalrun Challenge - Competition in participation days by walking or running for more than 10 minutes every day for 15 days, half a month. The top specific percentage of participation days wins (in the event of a tie, compensation is given preferentially to users who are far from accumulated over the period)
- The maximum number of simultaneous challenges is limited to three.
Crash Challenge Type
- Based on consecutive days of exerciseNo matter how busy you are, you can pay 10 minutes a day. The days of walking or running for more than 10 minutes are combined to form a continuous number of days.(Examples) 3, 5, 7, 10, 15, 30, 50, 100 days
- Based on daily steps(Examples) 10,000 steps, 15,000 steps, 30,000 steps, 50,000 stepsOther than that, it will be released later
- Challenge RewardsThe higher the difficulty level or the smaller the number of people achieved, the greater the reward.