Splinterlands allows players in Bronze 3 league and above to earn reward chests by playing ranked battles. Focus (Daily) Rewards allow you to earn chests every 24 hours. Season rewards can be earned over the course of a season, and claimed at the end of every season.
Each Focus Quest will end at Midnight UTC for all players. After that, your reward chests earned through that Focus will be able to be claimed. Just above the timer of the daily quest, the focus quest can be found.
Every battle you win, you earn Reward Points (RP). There are two types of Rewards Points:
Focus Points - simply earned by winning ranked battles, though using the specific element/ability in your daily Focus will allow you to earn more rewards. (circled in blue).
Season Points - earned by winning any battles over the course of a season (circled in blue).
Once per active daily focus, you can choose to change the current daily focus to a new daily focus. You can do this by clicking on the "New Focus" button (circled in green). As of the update on September 12th, 2023, rolling a new Daily Focus will no longer reset your focus points, as the timer no longer resets after the change where all players focuses end at midnight UTC.
After the timer counts down to 00:00:00 (Midnight UTC each day), you can claim rewards by clicking on the "Claim" button. Upon claiming, you will see the reward chests you've earned on a black screen, similar to opening packs. Clicking on the chest will reveal the reward for that one chest. Clicking the "Reveal All" button will open them all at once.
- Stake SPS and learn about Reward Multipliers from SPS Staking
- Learn about the formula for calculating FP/SP (rshares) points here.
- Also see the Splinterlands Docs: for more information on Daily Focus Rewards.
- Review Why Didn't I Receive Any SPS for My Ranked Battle? for a look at the items that may be preventing you from earning rewards.
- Reward point bonuses from Guild buildings are also affected by the 7 day probationary period when first joining a guild; this affects a number of other things as well, outlined here.