In Hay Day the derby is about to get bigger and a little more competitive! Leagues come with more tasks to complete and horseshoe prizes to win. The higher you and your neighbors level up in the leagues, the better your rewards will become.
Let’s enter the Derby Stand
First, you’ll choose a task to unlock the other tabs. The last tab represents the leagues. There are 5 leagues in all, each represented by a different color and position. Your neighborhood horse will move up and down league positions depending on your neighborhoods rate of success. You’ll then be ranked when the derby ends.. Neighborhoods placed in the same league will then compete against each other.
Finishing a derby in the top 3 positions, will move your neighborhood horse to an even higher league. Finish in the bottom 3, or not reaching the first horseshoe checkpoint your neighborhood horse will be lowered to it’s previous league position. All other neighborhoods will remain in the same place.
- In green, the rookie league is where everyone begins. Here, you can complete the normal 5 tasks, with the chance to win 5 horseshoe rewards.
- The blue, novice league, has 6 tasks available with 6 possible horseshoe rewards.
- The purple professional league comes with 7 available tasks and 7 possible horseshoe rewards.
- The expert league is represented in gold. Here, players have 8 tasks available with 8 possible horseshoe rewards.
- The top league is for the best of the best…. and that is coming soon!
Your neighborhood horse indicates your current neighborhood league placement. You’ll find your own League Color wile moving through other Derby tabs, like when you take tasks, or the horseshoes you can collect.
Feeling a little overwhelmed by participating in the derby every week? You can now choose to opt in or out. Go into your game’s Settings, tap on Advanced Settings and scroll to Derby Settings. The green check mark means you are participating in the derby. No check mark means you have opted out of the derby. By opting out, you will not be able to complete any tasks or receive derby rewards. Deciding to opt out or back in during a running derby will only be effective once a new derby begins.
Derby Task Log
Another new Derby feature, is the Derby Task Log. Found in the last tab of the neighborhood chat window, this feature allows neighborhood members to keep track of each others task count and derby participation. Leaders and co-leaders may choose to display the task log by editing the neighborhood settings.
Don’t forget to find out more about the derby leagues in the games FAQ section by entering the game Settings and tap on Help and Support!