Races see players compete to achieve certain objectives in the fastest time possible.
A Race will start at a specific time and once a player has achieved the objectives they are added to a leaderboard in the time order that they completed them. For example, players compete to win a game in 9 different modes in the same game as fast as possible from the time that the Quest begins. Once all 9 games have been won in each mode, players will be placed on the leaderboard. The fastest to achieve this will be on top of the leaderboard and win the biggest share of coins.
Time Trials differ from Races in that players have a certain time frame in which to complete the objectives of the Quest. Taking the example as above, to compete to win a game in 9 different modes in the fastest time possible, the clock will begin at a designated time and will stop after 72 hours. All players who enter the Quest will have the full 72 hours to complete it. The PlayVIG app will timestamp the beginning and end of each game. Once a game has been won in each mode, the PlayVIG app will add the times for each game together to produce the player's final time which is then added to a leaderboard. Players can attempt the Quest as many times as they like within the 72 hours to improve their final time. The best time will be the time that is posted on the leaderboard. After the 72 hours has lapsed, each player's position on the leaderboard will determine how many coins they win.